At the group's regular meeting in Houston, its leader, Catherine Engelbrecht
, talked about the New Black Panther Party.
But after the clip ended, Engelbrecht
showed a picture of a house in Houston.
"Houston has a new neighbor," Engelbrecht
A month before the 2010 general election, Engelbrecht
spoke at a tea party rally in The Woodlands.
called Harris County
"ground zero" in the election.
Four years after the raids, Engelbrecht, the head of the King Street Patriots, said she stands behind her statement at the 2010 rally in Harris County: "If we lose Houston, we lose Texas and if we lose Texas, we lose the nation."
said, is why the county needs to "keep the voter rolls clean."
expressed disappointment with the outcome of the Houston Votes investigation.
But because of secrecy around the probe, she
didn't know whether Abbott's
office or the Harris County district attorney took a "hard look" at the allegations.
"In many respects, it was the classic sound and fury signifying nothing," she