Opposition Growing to UN Monitors; Thousands Reject Election Day Intimidation Tactic

 United Nations-affiliated group called the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) to show up at U.S. polling places on Election Day – especially in the swing states where the outcome of the Presidential race could very well be determined – to “monitor” our election.

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott made it clear these U.N. “monitors” are not above the law and will be prosecuted if they come within 100 feet of a polling place. The good news is that other states are following the lead – Iowa and Georgia – planning to strictly enforce state voting laws.

What’s especially troubling here is that liberal political organizations are the center of this intimidation tactic. They have encouraged OSCE to come to our polling places and set-up shop. The groups call the work of this international monitoring organization “valuable” and stated that “we believe it is particularly important that safeguards, including election monitoring, are in place in key areas around the country, and believe your presence would be particularly critical in districts in Colorado, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin.”

What’s even more incredible, now countries like Belarus – a dictatorship – are expressing their concern about the integrity of our elections. It’s unbelievable – criticizing our electoral system. This from a dictatorship. Let’s not forget this U.N. organization has called the “threat of criminal sanctions” against their observers “unacceptable” and actually claimed the United States has an “obligation” to invite these observers in to monitor the election

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