Skip to comments.‘Can’t make this up’! NC NAACP tells voter ID protesters to bring photo ID to Moral March
Posted on 02/08/2014 1:28:32 PM PST by Islander7
Leftist activists, including members of North Carolina NAACP, are in Raleigh, North Carolina, today for the so-called Moral March. Their mission? To screech about everything from abortion restrictions to fast-food wages.
North Carolina blogger extraordinaire Sister Toldjah has a must-read Moral March primer on the Moral Monday movement and its hateful organizers.
As bused-in protesters and professional agitators prepared to promote their progressive causes including oh-so-racist voter ID requirements the state NAACP told participants make sure to have photo ID handy at all times. According to the Important Dos and Donts for Marchers!!! you should bring a drivers license, passport or other valid photo id to the march.
(Excerpt) Read more at twitchy.com ...
How racissss. Don’t they know only evil white conservatives are able to apply for photo IDs?
I’d show up without an ID and loudly raise hell about it.
The NC NAACP wants more abortions to take place..gee NAACP, tell me again who is trying to eradicate the black race again
Dem Marshals ... De be real powerful people!
("F" in "hypocrites")
Maybe it’s a voter registration drive? /S
Next, we’ll have racial purity/identity tests. “Bring a government form over your signature which shows which racial identity you have chosen.”
Rather ironic, I would say. Weapons grade stupidity could also be an apt description.
Because it’s not really about voter ID, they know it, and they don’t care who else recognises their hypocrisy, as long as they’re achieving their ultimate aims. That holds true of the entire left. I think they actually like to blatantly lie just to show that they can and get away with it-just to establish the power they now have by rubbing people’s faces in it.
Bunch of racist idiots ready to do anything stupid to claim further victim status.
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