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What Message Did We Send the New Black Panther Party?

For those of you who were wondering what lesson the members of the black hate group, the New Black Panther Party, took from the Justice Department’s dismissal of the voter-intimidation lawsuit against them that it had already won in Philadelphia, there is nothing more illuminating than the posted words of one of the defendants. Michelle Malkin had a good column about this over the weekend. Here is what one of the defendants has said according to Malkin (the original post has been censored so it can appear in the family-friendly NRO):

I has waited all my life for the day that Strong Black men could stand outside a voting poll in a Honk neighborhood and beat republiKKKan voters with a baseball bat to keep the mother*#^*@%s from voting for they racist candidate and walk away scott free and be a hero in the Black community…..and that day finally here.  It time we up the ante on these white mother*#^*@%s and take it to the next level. 

The shameful behavior of the Justice Department in the face of such malignancy is truly disgusting and a scandal that should outrage the American people, members of Congress, and civil-rights groups. Funny thing though — no members of the majority party who control Congress have said a word about this and neither have any of the “traditional” civil-rights groups who are normally up in arms over claims of voter intimidation. I guess that intimidating, threatening, and hurling racist epithets at certain voters is perfectly acceptable in their eyes. This case is truly revealing in more ways than one.


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