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PostSubject: Stop Voter Intimidation: Keep UN Monitors Out of US Polling Places   Mon Nov 05, 2012 6:50 pm

Stop Voter Intimidation: Keep UN Monitors Out of US Polling Places



It's an election issue that's been under the radar. Not much
attention has been given to what can only be described as a troubling
attempt to intimidate voters and poll works on Election Day.

A
United Nations-affiliated group called the Organization for Security and
Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has announced it is sending dozens of
monitors from around the world to monitor the Presidential and
Congressional elections in the United States.

That's right. The
United Nations will have people looking over the shoulder of poll
workers and voters as they go to the polls next week.

If that's not disturbing enough, consider the fact that many liberal organizations are actually encouraging this group
to set-up shop and monitor the election in key swing states like
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Texas and Wisconsin - states that could
determine the outcome of the Presidential race.

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott
quickly put this international group on notice warning that "groups and
individuals from outside the United States are not allowed to influence
or interfere with the election process in Texas." He was even more
direct with a promise to criminally prosecute those U.N. "monitors" who come within 100 feet of a polling place.

And, now officials in Iowa
are taking action as well. They are warning these so-called election
"monitors" to comply with Iowa state law - don't come within 300 feet of
a polling place’s entrance - or face arrest. "Iowa law is very specific
about who is permitted at polling places, and there is no exception for
members of this group," said Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz.

We applaud Texas and Iowa for their efforts to reject this
intimidation tactic. It's absolutely appropriate to put these "monitors"
on notice: they are not above the law - and they will face arrest and
prosecution if state election laws are violated.

What's
astonishing is the fact that this U.N. organization is actually offended
by the promise to enforce state election laws. The head of that group
called "the threat of criminal sanctions" against their observers
"unacceptable" and actually claimed the United States has an
"obligation" to invite these observers in to monitor the election.

Absolutely absurd.

The fact is this U.N. organization has no business monitoring the U.S. election. Period.

We're
urging every state Attorney General in America to follow the lead of
Texas and Iowa: tell this international group they are not welcomed at
our polling places and that if they don't respect election law, they
will face the legal consequences. Add your name now to our Petition to Stop U.N. Monitors and Voter Intimidation.

Jay Sekulow

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