Texas Warns Globalist Vote Observers They May Be Arrested
October 29, 2012
Following a warning issued by the Attorney General of Texas that members of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) will be arrested and prosecuted if they violate state laws, the Obama administration has declared the international group above the law.
The United Nations affiliated group has dispatched election monitors from Europe and central Asia to polling locations around the United States to document “voter suppression activities by conservative groups,” The Hill reported last week. “Liberal-leaning civil rights groups met with representatives from the OSCE this week to raise their fears about what they say are systematic efforts to suppress minority voters likely to vote for President Obama.”
The OSCE plans to send observers to a number of states. Here is a list of the states targeted.
Democrats and liberal groups believe voter ID laws disenfranchise poor and minority voters while Republicans insist the laws prevent voter fraud. The Justice Department challenged the law after the Texas Legislature passed a photo-ID requirement. The federal government insists there is no requirement in Texas until a court case on the issue is resolved.