This is the testimony of Christopher Coates before Congress on September 24 2010
, regarding the dismissal of the Obama "Justice" Department's open-and-shut voter-intimidation case against the New Black Panthers and other matters. It goes into detail about the history behind this strange action: a voter-discrimination case against one Ike Brown, who discriminated against white voters in Noxubee County, MS, and how many of the career attorneys in the Civil Rights Division (CRD) of the Department of Justice refused to work on a case where racial minorities weren't the victims, but the perpetrators. See also pages 17 through 19.
Pay particular attention to pages 14 and 15. At least 8 states, with the full consent of the Obama DOJ, have failed to remove any ineligible voters from their registration lists in at least 2 years. This is Chicago electoral fraud writ large. All the people who've moved out of their districts, or died, or lost their voting rights due to conviction for felonies, will nevertheless remain registered voters. We can assume that they will "vote" in droves for candidates with "D" by their names.
This calls for action. At the very least, poll watchers should be on-site to take pictures or video of voters and note them along with their names. This will provide evidence if those voters are challenged, or if prosecutions for fraudulent voting are justified later; perhaps elections can be invalidated to prevent fraudulently-elected candidates from taking office. The corruption of Chicago must not be allowed to go nationwide; if anything, these measures should be deployed throughout Chicago and other districts with a history of such fraud with e.g. facial-recognition programs to verify identity and flag anomalies to shut down the machine and put its operatives in jail. This means everyone from the lowest illegal voter to the President himself. It also indicates that the Civil Rights Division needs to be emptied and reconstituted from the ground up, preferably with someone like Christopher Coates as its head.
I am sad to think of what must be done if this fails. Our three preservers of freedom are the soap box, the ballot box and the cartridge box. The first has fallen victim to "free speech" zones and "hate speech" measures (the whole COUNTRY is a free-speech zone under the First Amendment, and the only speech which needs defending is speech someone dislikes); if the second falls to fraud, only the cartridge box remains. This is a daunting prospect indeed.