Black people are too stupid to register to vote before election day. They’re under-educated and aren’t smart enough to understand and follow election rules. They’re also too stupid to be able to vote in the district in which they live.
Before you encourage every race hustler in America to picket the Manor, consider that I don’t share those absurd beliefs. They’re the official position of the United States Department of Justice under Eric Holder and Barack Obama.
In 2011, soon to be ex-Attorney General Eric Holder, defending his decision to dismiss a case the Department of Justice had already won against several New Black Panthers that intimidated white voters at a polling place, brandishing a club and saying things like “you’re about to be ruled by a black man, Honkey,” referred to them—and by implication—all Blacks, as “my people.”