Black panthers intimidating voters video
And there was testimony by one person who was trying to vote that the one guy held up his arms and physically blocked him from going that the polling station.Now, I mean, you tell me: is that or is that not voter intimidation?But Maddow’s comment to Letterman framed Fox’s coverage of the issue in political, rather than legal, terms.
4 by standing outside a polling place wearing uniforms of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense.In reality, Fox’s coverage focused on legal, racial and media-related issues, rather than the electoral impact on Obama. There’s a new investigation of politicization at the Justice Department.Shabazz held a nightstick, and the two men were accused of making intimidating remarks to both white and black voters. 7, 2009, two weeks before Obama took office, the Department of Justice filed a civil action accusing the two men, as well as the New Black Panther Party and its leader Malik Zulu Shabazz, of engaging in voter intimidation.Although none of the defendants responded to the complaint, the department later dropped its case against all but King Samir Shabazz, the one with the nightstick.
The transcripts showed that indeed there was lots of coverage on Fox.