Stacy: U.N. Election Observers express shock at Americans refusal to submit

Apparently the Democrats, President Barack Obama and Organizing for America are so threatened by the very existence of True the Vote that they’ve called their buddies at the U.N. for reinforcements. Mind you, True the Vote only exists because of the discovery of rampant voter fraud on the part of Democrats uncovered by activists whistle blowers like Anita Moncrief.  Caution: Whiny Baby Alert!

The OSCE announced earlier this month that it would send 44 observers to polling places around the country on Election Day in order to monitor possible disputes that could arise in the voting process. The move came in response to a petition from liberal-leaning voting rights groups, including the NAACP and ACLU, that suggested the OSCE’s presence could help combat what they fear will be a concerted effort to suppress votes from supporters of President Barack Obama.

Upon notification that Election Observers would be dispatched nationwide, Texas responded with threats to arrest any U.N. Observers attempting to interfere with their processes.

The Texas attorney general warned the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe that its election observers could be arrested and criminally charged if they come within 100 feet of a polling place on Election Day.

Exactly who decided that we should submit our sovereignty to United Nations election observers? These are not representatives elected by citizens of this country, rather they are employees of the Elections Department, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights. This organization, which affectionately refers to their employees as OSCE/ODIHR election observers, is based in Warsaw Poland.  Check out this response to the hue and cry from Texas:

The ODIHR Director shared his concerns in a letter to United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.


“The threat of criminal sanctions against OSCE/ODIHR observers is unacceptable,” Lenarčič said. “The United States, like all countries in the OSCE, has an obligation to invite ODIHR observers to observe its elections.”


The ODIHR Director also stressed that any concerns or reports that the election observers intended to influence or interfere with the election process were groundless. He underlined that OSCE/ODIHR election observers adhere to all national laws and regulations, as well as a strict code of conduct.


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

Apparently, we owe their unwanted attention in part to an overzealous reaction on the part of Democrats to the United States Supreme Court’s ruling on the recounts after the hotly contested reelection of George Bush.  This simply must not stand.  Who cares if it’s been going on since 2002?  First order of business after this election is to call our Congressmen and Senators and urge them to have a vote on our participation in this scheme.   For now, you can join me in emailing this nosy bunch of foreigners.  Here’s the email address of the Spokesman for ODIHR Director Ambassador Janez Lenarčič (nice title), Thomas Rymer: .  Light him up friends!!

About Stacy Washington

Stacy Washington is a fourth generation military veteran and popular conservative radio and TV commentator known for her views on education reform and pro-life issues. She's making her way in the heart of the Midwest with the help of her husband, three kiddos, StormCloud Greybunny (a rabbit), and Snowball, possibly the cutest Maltese puppy of all time. Find her online at

31. October 2012 by
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Comments (4)

  1. Thank-you, Stacy! Letter sent! God bless you!

  2. Email sent. Thanks for the information!

  3. Stacy, I am a Texan who has read our Atty. Gen. Gregg Abbott’s entire letter & I can tell you that it was professional, polite, respectful & yet very firm in saying that our Texas election laws & authorities are well able to handle any complaints that may arise in our polling places without the need for outside monitoring groups, be they American or foreign. I want to believe that the OSCE is just in a different paradigm in their countries of origin, & fail to realize that our national election system, ‘tho not perfect is nowhere near as corrupt as many other nations in the world. However, I’m inclined now not to be so gracious after reading that they have actually complained to Sec’y of State Clinton that we have an OBLIGATION to allow international monitors! Their arrogance offends me & I am further offended by knowing that SOMEONE in govt. now or in the past opened the door for such monitoring groups without the American people even being asked if they wanted them here or not! Who was it in this admin. or in past admins. that gave that OK! I’d really like to know!

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