But he said his men will not provoke confrontation, but rather "watch for intimidation, videotape it, if possible, and report it to the proper authorities.” Watch the results pour in like a pro with Fox News.com's Election Command Center Zack Stalberg, president and CEO of the Committee of Seventy, a Philadelphia government watchdog group, said his group had received no complaints as of midday Tuesday regarding the presence of New Black Panther Party officials at polling stations.
One of the constant refrains heard from liberals in their attempt to diminish the importance of the New Black Panther scandal is that there is no evidence that any voters were intimidated or prevented from voting.
Fox News.com's Joshua Rhett Miller contributed to this report.
Andy Mc Carthy has an important story over at National Review Online that does an outstanding job of demolishing many of the myths being propagated about the New Black Panther voter intimidation case.
From their appearances, they seem to be intimidating and could be classified as hostile. Rick Leventhal of Fox News was at the scene of the incident.
He asked one of the men “guarding” the doors: “Is there any reason why you’re wearing that uniform?