From the WP citation.
"Abigail Thernstrom, a commission member and a senior fellow at the conservative Manhattan Institute, called it "small potatoes" and said conservatives should pursue more important issues against the Obama administration. The case, she pointed out, invokes a narrow and rarely used provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which has been used successfully to prosecute only three times since its passage.
"If you want to criticize [Attorney General] Eric Holder
, there are lots of grounds on which to criticize him," she said. "Why waste your breath on this one?"
Thernstrom said that she did not find Adams's testimony convincing and that the facts of the case raised doubts in her mind, noting that the Black Panthers were standing in front of a majority-black precinct
that had voted overwhelmingly for Democrats in previous elections -- not a prime spot for intimidating white voters.""
From the Blaze citation.
"UPDATE: The Right Scoop notes this important piece of information
, which casts extraordinary doubt on the call:
This doesn’t make the call fraudulent, but it does make it unverifiable and therefore moot. Chris Plante reported in the following segment that caller ‘Mike’ did not stay on the line during the break for Plante to get his phone number."
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