There’s been an incredible amount of discussion, without any evidence, by the media and Democrat Party about suppression and voter intimidation of the black voter in America. What about the videotaped intimidation of a white GOP worker by two black poll-workers? Does that matter to the mainstream media?
Arthur Schwartz shared a stunning video this morning of a white male poll worker who was turned away from the polling place in Philadelphia where he was reportedly supposed to be working.
“You’re not letting me in?” the white male poll worker asks people who are allegedly poll workers at a voting precinct in Philadelphia.
“No!” says a black man, pointing at him as he stands in front of the doors blocking the doors to the precinct. “Call the police!” the black man standing in front of the door warns.
“I have a city-wide voter certificate,” he explains.
“It’s not for this location!” the black woman standing next to him tells the poll watcher.
“You’re not coming in here, just go!” she tells the certified Republican poll watcher.
“This is the city of Philadelphia,” he tells them, begging them to read the certificate that explains he can go anywhere in the city of Philadelphia.
Is it okay for election officials to intimidate Republican poll watchers?
Watch the incredible scene here:
Several reporters are chasing down a story about a call that @SenBobCasey had w/ Philadelphia City Commisioner @DeeleyforPhilly during which he told her that dems are counting on her “to do the right thing.”
Exactly what does that mean, Bob?
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) November 3, 2020
In this tweet, Will Chamberlain shares a photo that is allegedly the poll watcher, Gary Feldman’s Philadelphia Poll Watcher certificate.
We’ve worked as poll challengers in Michigan, and have traveled to multiple locations known for voter fraud in one day.
Here’s the poll watcher’s certificate
It makes clear that it allows the holder to watch at any polling place in the city pic.twitter.com/0lRgIFekKg
— Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) November 3, 2020
Philadelphia is no stranger to voter intimidation. In 2008, armed New Black Panthers stood outside of a polling place in Philadelphia, intimidating voters.
On May 21, 2020, a former Judge of Elections was convicted for his role in accepting bribes to cast fraudulent ballots and certifying false voting results during the 2014, 2015, and 2016 primary elections in Philadelphia.
Domenick J. Demuro, 73, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty during a sealed proceeding on March 16, 2020, before U.S. District Judge Paul S. Diamond to conspiring to deprive persons of civil rights, and using interstate facilities in aid of bribery. The court unsealed the matter today. Sentencing is scheduled for June 30, 2020.
During his guilty plea hearing, Demuro admitted that while serving as an elected municipal Judge of Elections, he accepted bribes in the form of money and other things of value in exchange for adding ballots to increase the vote totals for certain candidates on the voting machines in his jurisdiction and for certifying tallies of all the ballots, including the fraudulent ballots. Demuro further admitted that a local political consultant gave him directions and paid him money to add votes for candidates supported by the consultant, including candidates for judicial office whose campaigns actually hired the consultant, and other candidates for various federal, state and local elective offices preferred by that consultant for a variety of reasons. Demuro also admitted that the votes he added in exchange for payments by the political consultant increased the number of votes fraudulently recorded and tallied for the consultant’s clients and preferred candidates, thereby diluting the ballots cast by actual voters.
“This defendant abused his office by engaging in election fraud for profit,” said Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. “Today’s conviction makes it clear that the Department of Justice will do all in its power to protect the integrity of elections and maintain public confidence in all levels of elected government.”