Saturday, July 3, 2010
Obama/Holder DOJ Sides With Black Panther Criminal Thugs: Say Bye Bye To Whites' Voting Rights
There just happened to be an unlikely eye witness to the whole incident. The famous civil rights attorney Bartle Bull was there at that Philadelphia polling place when he witnessed members of the New Black Panthers brandishing a billy club, blocking the entrance to a polling place, and issuing verbal threats, specifically to white voters seeking entrance to the polling place in the national election in 2008. Bartle Bull is a liberal and lifelong Democrat and is knowledgable about voter rights. He was a campaign manager for both Robert Kennedy and Jimmy Carter. In the 1960s Bartle Bull worked as a civil rights attorney on the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law seeking to enforce the Voting Rights Act of 1965 in Mississippi, ensuring blacks' right to vote and protecting blacks from voter intimidation. J. Christian Adamson who was a DOJ attorney working on the case has just recently resigned over the corrupt nature of the dismissal of the charges and statements falsely characterizing this case. He has come forward to tell the truth and explains the details here.
Here is Bartle Bull being interviewed by Megyn Kelly on America Live