By Gary P Jackson
As reported earlier the violent Black Panther terror group has taken over numerous polling stations in Philadelphia physically removing COURT APPOINTED Republican poll watchers and are out in the streets of Ohio.
We’re now hearing former Navy SEALs have arrived on the scene to restore order in these besieged districts.
@SalenaZitoTrib And Fox News reporting Navy Seals are showing up in Philly—
Barbara R (@PeriwinkleDsgns) November 06, 2012
@jilllane awesome!! Thank you Navy Seals! Love our military!!—
Danielle Jackson (@Daniellelynn21H) November 06, 2012
Democrats bring in the UN and the Black Panthers to watch the polls. Republicans bring in the Navy SEALs. #Merica—
Tyler Hunter (@tylerhunter23) November 06, 2012
Here’s an article on SEAL Team 6 November:
Call them “Seal Team November 6.” Special operations veterans, including former Navy Seals, Delta Force will be called back into action on Election Day to make certain there’s no voter intimidation at the polls.
Philadelphia is a prime target.
Former Navy Captain Benjamin Brink is leading the operation. “The nation saw the video of members of the Black Panthers in Philadelphia intimidating people trying to vote in 2008,” Brink told me when I interviewed him during my radio show on IQ 106.9. “We are going to try and make certain that nothing like that happens this year.”
Brink claims to have over a hundred former Army Rangers, Navy Seal, Delta Force, Green Berets and others who have volunteered for duty. The idea of Navy Seals and Black Panthers getting into it at a Philly polling site gives a whole new incentive for casting a ballot. “Our guys aren’t easily intimidated,” adds Brink.
Don’t let the bravado fool you. The mission, according to the Captain, is to observe and report, not to engage. “We are going to watch for intimidation, videotape it, if possible, and report it to the proper authorities.”
Benjamin Brink lives in the St. Louis area. He served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. It was the video of the Black Panthers and the battle over voter ID laws that inspired him to start his clean election movement called “Get Out the Vet.” The group also works to make certain those serving overseas get ballots and that those ballots are counted. “There are men and women fighting right now so that we have the right to vote in free and fair elections,” reminds Brink. “We are just doing our part to make certain democracy works the way it is supposed to.”
Although Philadelphia will get special attention, the special-ops veterans will also be overseeing polling sites in cities like Cleveland, Miami and Las Vegas—big cities in swing states that have had a history of reports of voter intimidation.
Twitchy has more.