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At which point I said, ‘OK, we’re not going to get in a fist fight right here,’ and I called the police.” A poll watcher with the University of Pennsylvania asked the men who they were with. Here are some facts about that incident: The polling place was in a heavily black, heavily Democratic district. Recently, motivated entirely by their selfless concern for others, they have been very worried about an incident in Philadelphia in 2008, when two members of the laughable fringe radical outfit the New Black Panther Party stood outside a polling place in fatigues and sort of vaguely brandished a nightstick and looked intimidating.monitoring the behavior of white voters at a polling place. It’s almost like Roman believes that black people intimidating white voters is bad, but white people intimidating black voters is a defense of America’s democratic traditions.A justice-department investigation of the incident failed to turn up a single voter who said he or she was intimidated by the New Black Panthers. People who can’t speak American,” one Trump supporter said, while describing his marching orders to the Boston Globe. Which, from a certain angle, is fair enough, I suppose.Appearing on CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday, the commission's vice chair, Abigail Thernstrom, said, "We have no direct evidence that [the NBP activists] actually intimidated anybody, stopped them from voting."Thernstrom even characterized the case, in a recent column published by the National Review, as "small potatoes."Of Adams' charges that DOJ is discriminatory in prosecution, Thernstrom said, "We certainly have no direct evidence that anybody in the Justice Department said 'We're not going to prosecute this case because we have racial double standards: We protect blacks, we don't protect whites.' "I think the evidence is extremely weak," Thernstrom told anchor Bob Schieffer.