Raising the question for investigation into the possible legal implications was fine, we should be…
Louis Weeks
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Okay, Mr. Weeks. Explain how the Black Panthers were intimidating voters (let me remind you that I was at some of those voting places)? Here’s my view (I am entitled to a view right?). First of all there was no voter intimidation by the Panthers, it was a proactive approach to voter suppression that you and other Republicans seem to support. The only reason that you and other Republicans would see that as “voter intimidation” is because they didn’t allow you and groups that you support to be in those areas to threaten or intimidate minority voters from voting the way that you think that they should vote.

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