NAACP ‘discriminates’ at its own rally
The NAACP sponsored a march and rally last month, and according to the Washington Times, required participants to carry photo ID:
Participants in a march and rally sponsored by the NAACP got a list of “do’s and don’ts” when they assembled last week. “DO wear a hat and very comfortable shoes” and “DO bring photo identification (driver’s license, passport or other valid photo ID) with you and keep it on your person at all times.”
Left off the list was “DO as we say, and DON’T do as we do.”
This is the same outfit that is among the loudest and shrillest critics of the requirement in North Carolina and about three-dozen other states that voters must present identification with a photograph.
The NAACP insists this requirement is discriminatory, even though the requirement applies to everybody.