Republicans say six black men wearing NAACP t-shirts intimidated voters at a Villa Rica North precinct in Carrol County, Georgia this morning.
Carrol County Republican Party Chairman Terry Agne filed a formal complaint against the NAACP with Georgia's Secretary of State Karen Hendel this afternoon.
According to the GOP's complaint obtained by Townhall, "Six black males all over six feet tall wearing yellow jackets with the letters 'NAACP' displayed on their jackets and who wearing picture name badges entered the precinct. Two males stood guard at the front doors and the other four men proceeded to walk in and browse around the judges tables and thus leaning over the judges while voters filled out their voter forms, thus in violation of voters rights laws."
The complaint says the men were not poll watchers and that the GOP believes the men intended to take similar actions at other voting precincts.
"We are demanding that the NAACP supply their names immediately without delay so that charges will be forthcoming against these individuals," the complaint concluded.
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