Angry voter threatens Registrar, says he needs to 'keep the n***** out of office'
A Monroe, Louisiana man is facing a felony terrorizing charge after a racially charged, profane exchange with his Registrar of Voters and police officers who would later arrest him.
75-year-old Wade Williams, arrested Wednesday morning, was angry that he hadn't yet received his voter registration card. According to the Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office, Williams threatened a state official over the phone that he would "empty his shotgun," stating an urgent need to vote to "keep the nigger out of office." On the way to be booked at the Ouachita Correctional Center, Williams reportedly "continued his 'tirade' about niggers and also stated that he had a shotgun, but had hidden it at his residence."
The affidavit also states that Williams was informed over the phone that he would be able to vote simply by showing a form of identification at the polling place.
No specific political candidate was named in the affidavit, available to view at The Smoking Gun.