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The UN has no authority in Texas! That’s the message Texas AG Greg Abbot sent the United Nations about their plan to send observers to the US for the election in two weeks.  Abbot sent a letter to the OSCE  (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) warning the organization that its representatives  

“are not
authorized by Texas law to enter a polling place”
and that it “may be a
criminal offense for OSCE’s representatives to maintain a presence
within 100 feet of a polling place’s entrance.
 

Good for them!

The OSCE issued an interim report
last week saying that “recent state-level legislative initiatives to
limit early voting and introduce stricter voter identification have
become highly polarized.”

Abbot’s letter offered a response to the OSCE report:

“The OSCE may be entitled to its
opinions about Voter ID laws, but your opinion is legally irrelevant in
the United States, where the Supreme Court has already determined that
Voter ID laws are constitutional,” Abbott wrote. “If OSCE members want
to learn more about our election processes so they can improve their own
democratic systems, we welcome the opportunity to discuss the measures
Texas has implemented to protect the integrity of elections. However,
groups and individuals from outside the United States are not allowed to
influence or interfere with the election process in Texas.”

The UN was not happy with its greeting from Texas:

“The threat of criminal sanctions against [international] observers is unacceptable,” Janez Lenarčič, the Director of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), said in a statement. “The United States, like all countries in the OSCE, has an obligation to invite ODIHR observers to observe its elections.”

In letters to Abbott and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose State Department invited the 44 election observers, Lenarčič reiterated that the group is only there to observe the elections.

“Our observers are required to remain strictly impartial and not to intervene in the voting process in any way,” Lenarčič said in a statement. “They are in the United States to observe these elections, not to interfere in them.”

The other 49 states should also tell the UN inspectors to stay away (for you Democrats that the other 56 states).   This organization of anti-American and terrorist states have no place coming to observe our elections. Despite four years of Obama…this is still the last best hope for freedom in the world.  Or as we like to say her in New York, “Hey UN…Observe this!”

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