The man with the nightstick responded, “Uh, security,” and asked why he was taking pictures.
He told them, “I think it might be a little intimidating that you have a stick in your hand.” He continued, “I am a concerned citizen, and I’m just worried that …” “So are we, and that’s why we’re here,” the Black Panther with the nightstick interrupted.
Everybody wants that, but I hear these horror shows.
I hear these horror shows and we have to make sure that this election is not stolen from us and is not taken away from us.
As local officials fend off 'rigged election' claims from Donald Trump, the site was a peaceful one on Monday, Oct. Along the cul-de-sac outside Guild House West on Monday afternoon, a Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging worker loaded meals onto a hand truck.
She would soon wheel it inside a Fairmount Avenue apartment building that several hundred seniors call home.
in North Philadelphia, made national headlines when members of the New Black Panther Party were seen outside its polling place on Election Day 2008.
After he saw a Black Panther brandishing a nightstick to threaten voters, a poll watcher called police.