Thursday, December 29, 2005

The U.S. Justice Department is suing a Mississippi county Democratic Party chairman for discriminating against white voters

Washington Times:

The lawsuit alleges Ike Brown and local elections officials in Noxubee County challenged whites' voting status, rejected their absentee ballots and instructed voters to choose candidates according to race, ABC News reports.

It is the first time the Justice Department has claimed that whites suffered discrimination in voting because of race.

Brown called the lawsuit "bogus," and said it was politically motivated.

"We support the black candidates because we're sure they're going to vote in the liberal interest," Brown said.

Isn't that called racial profiling?

Lawsuit Alleges Discrimination Against Whites in Mississippi


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