Texas To UN: We Will Arrest Your Election “Monitors” If They Step Foot In Our State!

Posted on October 25, 2012


Texas (The Gaslamp Post) – Honey, get the kids, we’re moving to Texas!

From the sounds of things, Texas is the only state left in our union that still has any balls.  It was announced earlier this week by state authorities, that they will not take kindly to any UN presence in their state on election day, this year.

Just try it…

The announcement was intended to send a message to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, we don’t need or want you here – if you show up, expect to be arrested.

This announcement of course drew fire from the international organization, who believes themselves above any nations sovereignty.

“The threat of criminal sanctions against [international] observers is unacceptable,” Janez Lenarčič, the Director of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), said in a statement.

“The United States, like all countries in the OSCE, has an obligation to invite ODIHR observers to observe its elections.”

State AG Greg Abbott really got them going in his letter to the UN partner, when he made the bold, and blatantly American statement that the OSCE has no place in their state, and “are not authorized by Texas law to enter a polling place.”  Abbot then told them flat out that Texas would consider it a “criminal offense for OSCE’s representatives to maintain a presence within 100 feet of a polling place’s entrance.”

Although the UN group has been observing elections here since 2002, which was a mistake just as much then as it is now, they believe that the real irritation to their presence are the hot button issues from both sides of the aisle this year.

Republicans uncovering voter fraud and therefore pushing for voter ID laws, and the Democrats claiming that there is no voter fraud, nut that the laws are aimed at keeping minorities from voting, are what is really fueling this anti UN sentiment.

Either way, November 6th of this year might prove to be real interesting.

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