Democrats intimidating voters
He said his organization is not coordinating with the Trump campaign or any official GOP organizations.
Instead, it is partnering with another group called Vote Protectors to conduct exit polls and plans to compare those responses with the voting machine results in 7,000 precincts nationwide.“We seek only to determine if the election is honestly and fairly conducted and to provide an evidentiary basis for a challenge to the election if that is not the case,” Stone said.
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In 1857, the Supreme Court, with seven of the nine justices being Democrat, decided that Dred Scott was not a citizen, but property.
Chief Justice Roger Taney, appointed by Democrat President Andrew Jackson, referenced in his decision that slaves were "so far inferior ...
In a federal lawsuit filed in Cleveland, the Ohio Democratic Party accused Trump and Republicans of conspiring to threaten, intimidate and prevent minority voters from casting ballots in the perennial battleground state.
The complaint cited comments Trump has made at rallies in Ohio and elsewhere.“In the months leading up to the 2016 election, Trump has made an escalating series of statements, often racially tinged, suggesting that his supporters should go to particular precincts on Election Day and intimidate voters,” the Ohio lawsuit alleged.
The state party said that absent court intervention, voters would be subjected to “intimidation, threats, and perhaps even force at the hands of vigilante ‘poll watchers’ and ‘ballot integrity’ volunteers on Election Day.”Ohio Republican Party spokeswoman Brittany Warner called the lawsuit “a publicity stunt” and said the party is not involved in such voter intimidation.
that the Negro might justly and lawfully be reduced to slavery for their own benefit." After the Civil War, Republicans pushed through the 13th Amendment, adopted Dec. Once Southern Democrats were forced to free their slaves, they effectively attempted to re-enslave them by passing "black codes" and "Jim Crow" laws, which required former slaves to be "apprenticed" to "employers" and punished those who left. 22, 1865, Republicans denounced Mississippi's Democrat legislature for enacting "black codes," which institutionalized racial discrimination, even stating: "No freedman, Negro, or mulatto shall carry or keep firearms or ammunition." On Feb. Thaddeus Stevens introduced legislation to give former slaves "40 acres and a mule," but Democrats opposed it, led by President Andrew Johnson. by which they were punishing one class of men under different laws from another class." Along with "Jim Crow" laws, Southern Democrats attempted to keep former slaves from voting. 8, 1867, Republicans granted voting rights to former slaves in the District of Columbia by overriding President Andrew Johnson's veto.
On April 9, 1866, Republicans in Congress overrode President Johnson's veto and passed the Civil Rights Act of 1866, conferring rights of citizenship on freed slaves. On July 19, 1867, Republicans passed more legislation protecting voting rights of all freed slaves after overriding again President Andrew Johnson's veto.