NAACP Anti Voter-ID March Requires Participants To Carry ID

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Over the weekend the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People held a march in North Carolina to protest voter-ID laws which the group says are racist. In order to join the march, however, participants were asked to bring a valid photo ID.

An NAACP flyer promoting the “Moral March on Raleigh” listed several “dos and don’ts” for the more than 20,000 participants who showed up to the event of Saturday.

Among simple tips like “look out for the elderly and the young” and “wear a hat and very comfortable shoes,” the event organizers listed one item that seemed out of place for an anti-voter-ID protest: The requirement that participants carry an ID at all times.

You can’t make this stuff up:

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H/T: Pundit Press

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