Okay, Mr. Weeks.
Erik Nash
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Replace the big Black guys in pseudo military garb holding weapons with White people looking the same way, could a Black person feel threatened if large White men with weapons was standing in front of the polling location looking angry?

What exactly was the weapon for?

Even if we accept your claim that things like asking for ID is attempting to restrict voting, all of it is administrative, not physical so what possible function does the weapons in the hands of the Black panthers in front of the doors possibly be addressing?

Was there reports of White people storming polling locations and attacking voters? Just give me a logical explanation for the need to be armed and “standing post” as a clear and obvious physical threat “to someone”?

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