Black Panthers Get Free Pass On Voter Intimidation

The Washington Times

Jan. 15, 2010

By Jerry Seper

The Democrat-controlled House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday rejected by a 15-14 vote a resolution of inquiry that would have forced the Justice Department to tell Congress why it dismissed a civil complaint against members of the New Black Panther Party who disrupted a Philadelphia polling place in the November 2008 election.

The party-line vote had been sought by Rep. Frank R. Wolf, Virginia Republican, who, along with Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas, ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, said they have been unable to get information from the department on the complaint’s dismissal.

“I am deeply disappointed that the Judiciary Committee defeated my resolution of inquiry on a party-line vote. There has been no oversight, no accountability and certainly no transparency with regard to this attorney general and this Department of Justice,” Mr. Wolf said.

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4 thoughts on “Black Panthers Get Free Pass On Voter Intimidation

  1. Somebody needs to sit Eric Holder down and explain to him that we have laws in this country that are applied equally. He like obama is a racist slug. Yep, let’s rip the CIA and the FBI but let the black thugs do their thing. What is to keep the BP’s from turning out in force along with ACORN and big labor to intimidate voters bring a stun gun. Don’t leave home without it! J.C.

  2. This pretty much gives them a free pass. Wonder how the next election will turn out?

  3. The administration has gotten a free pass for breaking federal laws why not help out their friends criminals, communists,and terrorists the media doesn’t care nor does congress and the courts.

    • This administration is going to set this country back at least 50 years or more. People aren’t going to trust anyone in government or in the court system for a long time.

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