Irony: Black accused of suppressing white vote in Miss.

what's thatThe Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee of Noxubee County, Miss. – Ike Brown – is accused  of paying and organizing notaries, some of whom illegally marked absentee ballots or influenced how the ballots were voted; of publishing a list of voters, all white, accompanied by a warning that they would be challenged at the polls; of importing black voters into the county; and of altering racial percentages in districts by manipulating the registration rolls.

To run against the county prosecutor — one of two white officeholders in Noxubee — Mr. Brown brought in a black lawyer from outside the county, according to the supporting documents, who never even bothered to turn on the gas or electricity at his rented apartment. That candidate was disqualified.

READ THE NY TIMES article:  U.S. Says Blacks in Mississippi Suppress White Vote