The strongest example yet of the hypocrisy is in North Carolina where Democrats were mad about a Republican voter guide being passed out.The response to a perfectly legal voter guide by one North Carolina Democrat official is to call it a (bold emphasis added): cheap psychology is being used and some voters dont know any better and think the culprit is being sincere.
Fearing this call would lead to Trump supporters intimidating voters, particularly minorities who are more likely to support Democrat Hillary Clinton, the Ohio Democratic Party filed a lawsuit and initially won their case in federal court on Friday. Trump has called on his supporters to act as “election observers” in certain areas of the country to help prevent fraud. — Lawyers for Democrats around the country are filing lawsuits claiming Republicans and the campaign of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump are pushing supporters to intimidate and confront voters on election day.Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in a statement that she voted to deny the Democratic party's case because Ohio already has laws in place to stymie voter intimidation.Trying to block or harass voters at the polls harkens back to the intimidation of black voters in modern US history, especially in the formerly segregated South.
Democrats said the true purpose of the project, called Stop the Steal, was to intimidate minority and urban voters.