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New Black Panther Party Considers Going To Polls To Prevent ‘Intimidation’

September 18, 2012 by  

New Black Panther Party Considers Going To Polls To Prevent ‘Intimidation’
The New Black Panther Party might be at the polls in November.

The New Black Panther Party might be at the polls in November. National chairman of the New Black Panther Party Malik Zulu Shabazz said in a recent radio interview that they might show up at the polls to prevent “intimidation against our people.”

During an interview on WABC Radio’s “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” Shabazz was asked about the Democratic National Convention, President Barack Obama and the election in November.

Shabazz said there is obviously less excitement in 2012 than in 2008. “Many in my community don’t have the same enthusiasm.”

He went on to call Obama “a disappointment,” and said that the Democratic Party is taking the black vote for granted.

Although Shabazz is not happy with the present administration, he said the black community should consider Obama and the Democratic Party “the lesser of two evils.”

According to Shabazz, the New Black Panther Party will consider forming a presence at the polls so that black voters will not be intimidated.

In 2008, members of the New Black Panther Party made an appearance in Philadelphia. Two members were charged with voter intimidation, but charges were dropped.

Bryan Nash

Staff writer Bryan Nash has devoted much of his life to searching for the truth behind the lies that the masses never question. He is currently pursuing a Master's of Divinity and is the author of The Messiah's Misfits, Things Unseen and The Backpack Guide to Surviving the University. He has also been a regular contributor to the magazine Biblical Insights.

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  • Harold Olsen

    What this racist SOB is really saying is that he and his animals will try to intimidate anyone who won’t vote for Obama to either change their minds or not vote at all. Cops need to be there and remove these bastards from the voting sites. If that happens, though, Holder most likely will have the cops arrested.

    • KG

      Just like what the Republicans have been doing with all of this so-called “voter fraud” legislation. The only “voter” fraud and intimidation I see is from the people who are complaining about it. They KNOW that if a majority of voters actually voted, they would LOSE. The last presidential election proved that.

      The day of the election, I’m renting a bus and picking up as many people I can to vote. That’s the way you win.

      I’m as ‘white’ as they come. But I know my history. And I look forward to seeing my black brothers and sisters at the polls. I believe in America, but an America we can ALL participate in.

      Power to the People
      Solidarity Forever
      E Pluribus Unum



        I THINK BY NOW, YOU KNOW I AM “Uncle Tom.”



      • Kim

        Wendy Rosen, Democrat, running for 1st Congressional District in Maryland, is the poster child for voter fraud. She is registered to vote in Maryland and Florida, and she voted BOTH places in the last election. As soon as the news hit the papers she withdrew from the race. How many other people do you think are registered to vote in multiple districts? If it can happen in a small town in Maryland, it is happening everywhere. Grow up, Democrats know every sleazy trick in the book, and they will pull out all stops at the polls this November, including having our votes counted by a Soros related company.

      • Warrior

        Go get em tiger, make your handlers proud! And the wheels on the bus go round and round……. Oh, don’t forget to pass out the “red” shirts.

      • Mike

        Thats a great idea Kg,, And I know you will very patriotic and safe when yu ask for picture id from all your riders,, thats just in case you have someone voting twice,, or voting in the name of a dead person, or someone carrying a weapon to the polls,,or maybe a convicted felon,,or maybe an illigal person sent to this country to make our system of elections fail as they have over and over in the past,, you sound like a very sensable person,, dedicated to our constitution,, You might even be somewhat educated as well

      • Gary L

        KG, you are as dumb as they come. Utterly, utterly, obtuse.

      • gunner689AI

        they might be your brothers and sisters but they’re no kin of mine.

      • GRusling

        I’m a very old white man, and I’ve NEVER seen anyone near a polling place trying to “intimidate” minority voters! I’m sure that happened in the past, all across the South in the days when the KKK was prominent and active, but those days are long gone and have been for most of my long life! What we have now is the OPPOSITE of the Klan, in organizations like the Black Panthers. If such a group showed up in my neighborhood, standing outside with weapons to intimidate voters of any color or political persuasion, Poll Watchers would quickly call the Police and they would be removed, just like any and all other political operatives are denied “near premises access” to our polling places.

        Friends, we need to take responsibility for our own government and our own safety. If ANY group tries to intimidate voters showing up at the polls, call the Police and have them removed. Any one of us can accomplish that with little or no difficulty. It’s illegal in any and every State to impede access to our polling places, so make up your minds and get it done…

      • eddie47d

        All Americans are “kin” Gunner. One for all and all for one or do you have a different vision of who is an American.

      • GRusling


        Why do you object to “Voter ID?” You have to prove you are who you say you are to cash a check, use a credit card or board an airplane, so what’s the difference? Certainly you don’t want some “unidentified person” writing checks on your personal bank account, do you? Why would “voting in your place” be any less a theft of your identity? Don’t tell me “voter fraud” is unheard of in your neck-of-the-woods because almost every voting district in these United States has someone charged with EXACTLY THAT in virtually every election cycle. Without some requirement for identification whoever shows up FIRST on election day and just CLAIMS to be you, gets to vote in your place! When you show up later (say, after work) to vote, YOU’RE EXCLUDED because the “record” shows that you already voted!

        Just because this may never have happened to You, personally, doesn’t mean that it hasn’t happened to someone else, and knowing how easy it is to find out who NEVER votes, how often do you think such a thing happens all across America?

        It happens, my friend, and on a regular basis, ESPECIALLY in Presidential Elections, and if you don’t know it, that only means you’ve failed to stay informed. The fact that there are few prosecutions and even fewer convictions only means it’s extremely difficult to determine “WHO” actually perpetrated the fraud. The same is true in most other cases of identity theft, where the “perpetrator” is usually long gone from the scene of the crime before the “theft” is ever discovered. A photo ID requirement would certainly minimize this particular problem, so why not take advantage of this “fix” which would cost almost nothing to institute…

      • Benjamin Fox

        Fact, polls have been won by voting the dead, the illegals, that is the reason those who hate the system say ID cards are a burden on this or that class of people, yet they need one to drive a car, get welfare, a bank account or food stamps, get off this crap, it is about voter fraud and nothing more. Have seen the undercover video’s where a people were even ask more then their names and that leads to voter fraud. You lefts cry wolf every time you don’t get you way, grow up and come into the real world KG.

      • KG

        Mr. Horton, in my union there is brotherhood. At one time, you had to be white and related to someone to get in. But now, there is a wonderful thing happening in the Union movement. As Republicans become more vocal in their opposition to unions, members are more unified than ever.

        One of the best Journeyman I ever worked with grew up in South Central LA. He was the most professional craftsperson I ever saw. And he taught me more about life as well as the trade. After working with that man, I became determined to never let race, color, or ethnicity to affect my relations with people.

        Despite what the “pundits” would have you believe, Racism is STILL a big problem in America. As well as abusive employers. Unions are still needed as well as “Affirmative Action.” And the biggest voter intimidation is happening in state legislatures – thanks to Karl Rove, Citizens United and any other “conservative” outlet.

      • Gordon

        I don’t know anybody that is against any citizen of any race, color, or creed voting. All we want is an honest vote count of ONE vote per each citizen who is actually alive when they vote.

      • Gordon

        What I am fuzzed about is the 50% of the voters that have no clue whatsoever what the true issues are. They vote for a pretty face, fancy speaking ability, nice words that somebody besides the speaker has written, race, religion, or someone who promises them the moon.

      • Gordon

        My state has a 100 foot law. No electioneering or standing around passively intimidating people within 100 foot of the door. period. MINIMUM Class A misdemeanor pushishable by JAIL time.

      • Gordon

        I will go directly to the poll keepers, and if something is not done instantly, I will dial 911. Try me.

      • Kinetic1

        Perhaps you have forgotten about 2004 when Walden O’Dell, chief executive of Diebold Inc. and the manufacturer of electronic voting machines said to Ohio Republicans in a fund-raising letter that he is “committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the president (Bush).” Maybe we need a “Soros owned company” just to insure that the vote is honest?

      • http://yahoo gator

        NOBODY would intimidate ANY voters in my town, if the police didn’t handle it, somebody else would.
        the nbpp are as racist as they come.
        i’ve ALLWAYS had to show my ID at the polls, never bothered me, but then i was a LEGAL VOTER.

      • Buster the Anatolian
      • http://PersonalLibertyDigest Tattoomama

        Actually, you couldn’t be more wrong. You need to quit drinking the kool-aid and instead learn to read things other than obama propoganda, I would suggest that you start with this article from the Wall Street Journal. It totally rebuts the contention that voter ID laws are racist in nature and restrict minority voting.

      • Pat

        Voter fraud is real and it is not done by the republicians, it is done by the democrats, just like the Black Panther hoods that intimidate voters. We need a White Tiger association but then we would be racists, right? You cannot say you know your history and vote for Obama, what about the history of the last four years????????????

      • Mary J

        You seem to talk with sense. Why can’t everyone talk with some sense?

      • duckyack

        KG–You are despicable, and you don’t have a leg to stand on regarding voter fraud! You are ignorant of the facts, but the problem with people who “don’t think” and are like you, is that you believe your own opinions are logically supportable. In a public debate, you would appear foolish. You are name-callers, you lack respect for others, and you don’t realize you have no dignity. You are not only ignorant, you are narcissists without any comprehension. That is a mental health issue, and I advise you to seek help. And I mean that in the best possible light.

    • wandamurline

      I don’ think “his people” are the ones that are being intimidated at the polls….think he got it crossways. After the termination of the KKK, that is not being done by the white people to the bl@cks….it is vice versa.

      • eddie47d

        The KKK have not been “terminated” almost every state has a chapter and they still spout the same silly garbage. They continue to get into fights and intimidate people wherever they go. Some are ordinary folks but most are on the fringe. The NBP also have ordinary citizens in their organization but the leaders are definitely on the fringe and looking for trouble. Now get down to the facts Wandamurline there was no proven intimidation at that polling place. No one was the denied the right to vote and that is the only issue. It didn’t happen and you can assume all you want about the way you want it to be. One of those two lived in that apartment building and neither stopped someone from going or coming .

      • Benjamin Fox

        wandamurline: It was white people that stopped the KKK and I’m glad, it’s only the blacks with their hands out who still think there is a KKK around every corner. Instead of being at the polling places they will soon be in the welfare line under obozo.

      • brett

        ben fox: the kkk is very alive and real. the aclu is going to represent them in a law suit because they wanted to adopt a highway in n.c.

    • ray harper

      let those racist idiots come to spokane, washington. I am pretty sure those jungle bunnys wont be able to handle the heat, trust me, we believe in our freedoms. Before obama, I never would have uttered a racist slur, but obviously he wants us divided, so i choose the side of white, christian males.

    • niccko

      Navy seals and army rangers might be a better deterrent





    • http://N/A CintiCB

      GOOOOOOOOOD point!!!

    • brett

      wow… really, loon. good luck with aristocracy over democracy!

  • twizzler

    Almost every election for the last ten years some a$$hat has been at the polls trying to handout his crap to me and I just tell him to f-off and get the hell away from me. They switched polling places and a new crop of them are at the new one. I carry a weapon to the poll. I don’t take it in but it goes with me. I don’t take intimidation very well.

  • peter

    Is he intending to go there to prevent intimidation or to intimidate? These people do not even know who they are or what they are all about. Always trying to attract attention to themselves, just like gay’s, thrusting their soddy rights down everyones’ thraots, like they are the only one’s who have any rights!

    • Benjamin Fox

      Peter; that would be special rights as they have the same rights as everyone else except for the way they have sex. Marriage? Who’s the girl and who’s the guy or do they take turns? And women, if they are women, why do they need the toys?

      • niccko

        Animals have more sense than the homo’s and gays. Animals did not have to have any formal sex ed classes.

    • brett

      these people? are we not all god’s children?

  • Glen

    And who will prevent intimidation by them?

    • czman75

      That would be Mr. Smith and Mr.Wesson, Mr. Colt, Mr. Sig Sauer, Mr. Glock and a few others…

      • Benjamin Fox

        Well said czman75; I know those guys and nobody to mess with. LOL

  • jon roberts

    try that intimidation in texas you friggin pukes,you will have your lights put out bubba !!!

    • Benjamin Fox

      Everyone should be like Texas, I may live in a state away from yours but, feel the same as you do.

  • hambone

    if that’s the case, shouldn’t the skin heads or the kkk do the same?
    It’s the same thing. No one should be afraid to go and vote if they want to and vote for whomever they wish to. as long as the voters aren’t dead or illegal or and animal.

  • JimboNC

    The real intimidation is when the lights go out, the voting machine screens go blank, and the people get reeeeeeaaaalllll nervous as they head for the exits. Those with concealed weapons scare the beejeezus out of the rest, civil unrest is just around the corner and martial law is peeping in the door. Don’t SPOOK so easy there, folks! Stand your ground, stand for your rights, and VOTE! Bullies back down, fast, once confronted.

    • brett

      crazy man, just crazy.

  • Kgintovt

    Hey look, Obama has his own legion of black-shirted goons! Hitler had them, too. They were called the Gestapo. And we all know the history of their wonderful accomplishments.

  • LC

    So what! It’s only a big deal if you make it one. Just take the pamphlet, thank them, tell them your on the same team and vote however you want. Their not gonna know. If you profess to be against them, then the intimidation starts in. Just agree, get inside, blow them off, vote and go on your way. NO BIG DEAL!

    • gunner689AI

      you coward.

      • JOE FELS

        Hey Gunner you nailed it….

      • eddie47d

        How does that make him a “coward” Gunner? We do have free speech and assembly in America and you can choose to participate or ignore.

    • Nadzieja Batki

      Twisting language, eddie47d, now that your handlers will punish you for failing to intimidate PLD.

    • Benjamin Fox

      I won’t take their propaganda, won’t let them think they win and spit at their feet as I walk by, if they don’t like it they can do what they think is right and I’ll do the same as things happen.

    • LC

      Everyone has a right to have their opinion. If thats theirs, and I don’t agree, that should be mutually agreed between two rational,sane adults, we should be able to agree to disagree. But since so many are childish in their thinking, bent on blaming,closed minded and narcissistic, the stronger mentality has to adjust to circumvent the feeble minded.
      That being said, if you tread on me ar mine, I will execute my rights just as well as I suspect any of you would!




      • http://yahoo gator

        hey chris, i do beleive LC was speaking of his and our ‘CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS’. read it again horton.



  • Jamie Cameron

    at least their wearing their pants at the waist not the knees.


    So they want to be there so that no one is intimidated…Gee i wonder what the main stream media and the pres and his administration would say if a white organization showed up to make sure no indimidation against caucasions……We all know the answer to that…So the n.b. p. p. really mean is that they are there to intimidate caucasion voters just like they did in Philly……This should not be allowed at all ..If they are at your polls stand up to them and dont back down…They are just as hatefull and destructive along with being extremely racist like there brothers in the Klan and other hate groups….Misery likes company and they all need to hang with each other……..I thank God that he has shown me restraint and at the same time to stand up against the gates of Hell and i wont back down…Just one man’s opinion…..Oh by the way the word hang in this statement means next to each other…Not like some will take it …..

    • Benjamin Fox

      Black Hitler thugs, well this Marine isn’t afraid of them in anyway and when they step on my freedoms, I fight back and it won’t be pretty.

      • JOE FELS

        Semper Fi from an Army of one…….right along with you

      • LC

        There is no stepping on anyones freedom here. Unless you prevent them from their right to protest. You go pass them and vote whatever you like. Anyone who would be intimidated or disrepectful of their presence is showing bias and that could be considered racism and maybe even a hate crime if any other action is taken except, walk on by. Pick your battles wisely. This one reeks of divide and conquer overtones in my way of thinking.

      • Nadzieja Batki

        LC, who gives them the authority to even be at the voting locations?

      • http://yahoo gator

        hey Ben, are those uniforms from the ‘continent’ of africa?; or are they ‘kenyan’ uniforms?; shouldn’t someone check maliki shabaam’s passport?

    • brett

      rambling but well enough.

  • texastwin827

    And who is going to “protect” other voters from the Black Panthers? We already know it won’t be the Attorney General.

    • eddie47d

      As long as they stay the required distance from the polling place entrance it becomes a non issue. They would actually have to stop someone from either going in or coming out. That didn’t happen in 2008 and more than likely won’t happen this year.

      • Benjamin Fox

        Nobody should be able to stand outside a polling place with a weapon, if they can then I will bring mine and they had better keep their distance. They want to scare older white people from voting, they are terrorist and homeland security should lock them up and send them to Gitmo for trial. This crap needs to stop and obozo-in-chief is the main problem. If they show up at my polling place I will show up to make sure they don’t intimidate anyone or they will pay the price.

      • brett

        b.s., b.s.,b.s.!!!!!

  • http://none Theshadow

    Preventing intimidation of black people? Caucasians don’t dress up in uniforms to go vote! Their remark is nothing but a cover up and an excuse to dress up like some kind of sudeo military they think will prevent the white man from going to the polls.

    We’re not that stupid and we know what their up to. If they want trouble; we know how to kick ass just as well as they think they do. If they threaten anyone with their nightsticks we’ll bring an eqaulizer!

    • Nadzieja Batki

      So now we are made to believe that two legged predators in monkey suits are there to bring security to voters. Normally voters are dressed in various displays of T shirts, jeans, pants, shirts, mismatched, misshapen clothing of varied price ranges.

  • FreedomFighter

    Maybe the KKK should go help them, maybe they will kill each other we can all be rid of the racists extremists.

    Laus Deo
    Semper Fi

  • HDMania

    These Panthers are full of [expletive deleted]…whitey dont go to the polls to hassle the blacks or intimidate them..just an excuse for them to pull their crap..Nat Geo had a show on them last night..basically they are no different then the KKK..only their skin color is different

  • Tom Cook

    Should these vicious Trayvonesque negroes show up where I vote, I shall notify them that I have the means of self-defense which I will use, and it won’t be one of their baseball bats.

    • Gordon

      “Weapons” laws are broadly interpreted. For sure firesticks are not allowed anywhere near a polling place, which at voting time technically become “government property” which 99.9% outlaws weapons. Threatening to inflict harm towards anyone who is doing any type of intimidation towards you will get YOU arrested for terroristic threatening. Sucks huh?

      • Gordon

        I remember the 60s when “poll watchers” placed themselves around the immediate area and prevented anyone from messing with any voters. Where are those now when the black pansies are hanging around?

  • Strighttothepoint!!!!!

    I Don;t care if they are black,white,or whatever they are,these thugs should be busted big time!!!!!They are breaking the law!!!!!!

    • brett

      bla, bla!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Franklyn Molina

    And black people wonder why they get descriminated against…

  • Ed Weber

    Please,please come to Alabama and stand in front of my polling place.

    • brett

      k.k.k, k.k.k……

  • royal

    The problem is not intimidation at the polls, it’s voter fraud by election board and poll workers that vote multiple times for the deceased, people who have moved from the area. If anyone wants to be a part of purging voter rolls, then become a member/volunteer of a grassroots org called, “True the Vote”.

  • Jimmy the Greek

    Good and when the white groups show it may get interesting .

  • Charles

    As far back as 1960, I heard about voter fraud being perpetrated in Cook County in Illinois. There were stories, verified, of dead people voting. Now, fifty years later, the democrats claim that it has never been a problem. Of course it isn’t a problem. All of the illegal votes went to the democrats. They aren’t concerned.

    • Gordon

      That’s correct. I grew up in the next county and that is where the Poll Watchers protected people.

    • brett

      b.s. fraud has yet to have been proven in any worth while substance. chico dead is so old!

  • Charles A.

    Alright, because of this, I am going to apply to be a Judge of Election. If any of these scum show up at my polling station, I will immediately call the police. I will not put up with their intimidation under the pretense of “preventing intimidation.”

    • Gordon

      My state says 100 ft from the door. If it were up to me there would be a chalk line drawn at 100ft, AND outside of that line citizen poll watchers there to protect the voters.

  • Jay


    • Karolyn

      What a load of crap! He hasn’t taken over anything. This EO is an addendum to previous orders. What she listed is in the section of definitions and does not signify anything but the definitions of those things. All he did id relegate authority.

  • brett

    fact: days before the election, there were rumors that white supremacists were going to block blacks from voting (believe it or not, the city of brotherly love still has deep racial issues, and the kkk still exist in pa.).

    fact: as you can see, people are free to enter and leave the polling place unobstructed including the man you see in the sport coat and glasses (chris hill) who called the guy filming with the phone (stephen morse). the man in the sport coat said in an interview that even though he felt intimidated, it did not stop him from walking in between the two guys we see being filmed and entering the polling place.

    fact: the workers in the polling place said that the two men out front had been out there for a few hours and felt no need to call the police.

    fact: when police arrived shabazz was not arrested, but asked to leave. the other man (jerry jackson) was allowed to remain because he was authorized to be there.

    fact: other than statements from hill and morse (both republicans and fox affiliates) the police and district attorney’s office received no complaints.

    fact: the d.o.j. still under republican stewardship filled charges. despite testimony by j. christian adams, christopher coates, and abigail thernstrom (all republicans) the charges were dropped because no one was ever able to produce any evidence that any voters were too scared to cast their votes.

    i don’t agree with the actions, beliefs, and opinions of shabazz. but this is making mountains out of mole hills just for divisive propaganda.

    • Nadzieja Batki

      Actually you are agreeing with the actions of shabazz while you pretend you don’t.

      • brett

        i do not have an issue with his wanting to protect the polling station, i meant his over all actions etc.

    • Dennis48e

      This happened several years ago. You are the first to post these “facts”. In light of the time it took for these “facts” to come to light I doubt very much they are facts anywhere other than in your mind.

      • brett

        i’m most likely the first to independently research this, which by the way, i first did several years ago. tired of seeing this dead horse beaten.

  • Joe C

    just like to know what if the KKK stood outside the polls when David Duke ran, what would be the outcome ? There is a double standard that has been present for decades. This borders terrorism, and should be dealt with .

  • FWO21

    I believe a Spain-owned company is gonna count our votes so it doesn’t matter if we follow the rules, or whether someone is intimidating us or whatever; it just matters which way the Spain-owned company’s wind blows. You could check into black box voting dot org and see for yourself.

  • brett

    not surprised that the nut gallery has retired.

    • Nadzieja Batki

      Then why are you here, Nut?

      • brett

        just joining the crowd!

  • brett

    come on bob livingston, put up or shut up.

  • Nadzieja Batki

    Why are you making an issue of unsubscribing? We we would not have known or cared that you were here. Immaturity made you draw attention to yourself?

  • black as coal

    hispanics take lesson from the blacks. by all means necessary!

    • gunner689AI

      What lesson; sit on your ass, make babies, and collect welfare for the next several generations ?

  • Shirley

    Why does he think President Obama is a disappointment?
    He had a lot to deal with when he took office.




    • niccko

      Yah,,,he had a heavy schedule….golf…beer summits, learn to bowl, vacations..spend time with family…fund-raisers….golf…golf…golf..hoop-shoot..busy busy busy!!

  • http://oooooooooo john

    as not seen on tv via eric holder.

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  • gunner689AI

    God help them if they show up at our polling place. tehy’ll be bringing a stick to a gun fight. I strongly encourage anyone who has them show up at their polls to intimidate voters to get a few friends and take the trash out. Their big mouths, bad attitudes and Nazi uniforms aren’t bullet proof.

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  • gaetano

    If you go to vote and see a so called black panther, tell him that you want to GO in and vote for obama but you are afraid, then ask him to escort you in. when you get in VOTE FOR ROMNEY AND THEN LAUGH IN HIS FACE.

    • Mary Jo Goode

      Thats a stupid thing to do.

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  • Patrick crowley

    Memo to New Black Punksters: Watch out for Navy SEALS at the polls on election day, boyz. The intimidation that occured during the 2008 election will be casually observed by a group of retired military personnel to make sure Americans vote for the candidate of their choice. If Americans want the BOY Blunder out of the White House, and the New Black Panthers don’t like it, they can deal with a SEAL. When confronted, watch run from the SEALS like the little Black Sambos they are.


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