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Meeting on Corruption in Albany – July 21

Our two featured speakers were Paul Rodriguez, Republican, Conservative and Independence candidate for State Comptroller and Matteo Moran, Manager of External Affairs at Manhattan Institute

Blair Horner of the NY Public Interest Research Group and Brad Lander, City Comptroller were also invited.  Blair had a scheduling conflict and Brad’s manager did not respond.

Other Speakers
1. Alex Syrov presented a clear frontline news from Ukraine.
2. Katherine James asked for members to join the “amen corner” on Friday, July 29, 9:30 at the Richmond County Supreme Court, 32 Central Avenue.
3. Yuon Tai Bak reported his June primary election integrity findings, and is looking for volunteers to convass the August 23 primary.  His email is jmgytb@hotmail.com.

4.  Angelo King (R,C) candidate for State Assembly, 27 District.
5. Martha Rowen (Medical Freedom) candidate for State Senate, 26 District
6. Arkadius Tomaszewski (Medical Freedom) candidate for State Assembly, 44 District.
7.  Juan Pagan (R,C) candidate for US Congress, 7th District
8. Ruben Cruz (R,C,I) candidate for State Senate, 16th District
9. Chris Sperber (R,C) candidate for State Assembly, 11th District
10. Aamir Sultan (R,C) candidate for State Assembly, 10 District
11. Robert Bobrick (Medical Freedom) candidate for State Assembly, 47 District
12. Helen Qiu (R,C) candidate for State Assembly, 65 District
13.  Steve Speer (Medical Freedom) candidate for US Congress, 10th District
14. Marvin Jeffcoat (R) candidate for City Council, 26th District
15.  Mesidor Azor (R) candidate for State Assembly, 43rd District Special Election

Important Dates
– July 15, 2022 (First draft of the City Council lines)
– July 29, 2022 (Kathrine James’ lawsuit before Richmond County Supreme Court)
– July 31, 2022 (Family Fun Day BBQ sponsored by Republican Patriots)
– August 19, 2022 (Schedule announcement on redrawing the State Assembly line)
– August 22, 2022 (Northern Manhattan Republicans)
– August 23, 2022 (Congressional/Senate Primaries)

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Welcome

Is white supremacy the biggest threat to America ?

President Joe Biden said that the biggest threat to America is white supremacy. He says it all the time but he never backs it up with Department of Justice statistics.He has been to the inner cities of our country where minorities are murdering each other in extremely large numbers? Cities like Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Baltimore, N.Y., L.A. and mostly blue cities (democrat cities) run by left wing leaders with no common sense with “no bail” laws for recidivists who keep on committing felonies over and over again after they are released without bail and most never return to court until they are caught another time committing another crime and then released again. President Biden as he always says “Folks I know the deal” He does but why doesn’t he do something about it or at least talk about it.

Has the President not been aware of the numbers of Americans being killed by fentanyl coming from China, 90 percent transported through the southern border killing 100,000 plus black, white and brown Americans a year yet the press and the government never talk about it. Don’t those black lives matter? Or only when a black person is shot by a white cop.

What about black families where 70% of the fathers are missing from the home and mothers are either married to the government or out there working hard to make a living to support their families by themselves?

Our leaders don’t care about the destruction and death of our minority brothers and sisters in the minority communities inundated by crime mostly due to the sale and distribution of drugs like fentanyl. Young men trying to make money with no father figures to guide them in the right direction. These mostly young men are defending their drug territories and in the process killing each other.

When you hear the cry of white supremacy by political leaders like President Biden that this is America’s biggest problem, they never give statistics from the Department of Justice, the FBI or the U.S. Attorneys’ office. Why? Because white supremacy is a small problem, they know it and these lies are to distract the minority communities from the real problems and try and draw them to vote for Democrats.

Close the border, reduce the flow of drugs and the killings will go down dramatically. Keep the border open and you have “Pandora’s box”. Black leadership is not doing anything to save the lives of their young black brothers and sisters. The press rarely talks about it. And “the beat goes on”. Can we say black lives don’t matter unless you are killed by a white cop?

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Candidates

Republican Primary – June 28, 2022

Governor
Lee Zeldin
Rob Astorino (Spoke 1/26)
Andrew Giuliani (Spoke 1/26)
Harry Wilson
x Skiboky Stora
x Derrick Gibson (Spoke 1/26)
*Mike Carpinelli (Spoke 1/26)

Lt. Governor (no primary)
Alison Esposito (Zeldin)
x Michael J. Grace (Astorino)
*Anthony Cibelli (Gibson, Spoke 1/26)

Attorney General (no primary)
Michael Henry
*Joseph Holland
*John Sarcone III

Comptroller (no primary)
Paul Rodriguez (to speak at club on July 21)

US Senate (no primary)
Joseph Pinion
*Aleksander Mici
*Mark Szuszkiewicz (Spoke 1/26)
*Joshua Eisen
*Pat Hahn (Spoke 1/26)

* Candidate did not file designating petition due April 7, 2022.
x Candidates ruled off the ballot

Anthony Cibelli, Mike Carpinelli, Pat Hahn, Mark Szuszkiewicz, Derrick Gibson, Andrew Giuliani at club’s January 26, 2022 meeting.

County Committee races
✅ Nirmal C. Paul (048/24)
Rina B. Bhuyain (048/24)
✅ Peter J. Spanopoulos (048/24)
Steve B. Schwartzberg (048/24)
✅ Ira Chazen (058/24)
✅ Anthony J. Zingale (058/24)
Andre S. Sarouna (058/24)
✅ Elena Chin (062/24)
✅ James F. Coppola (062/24)
Biane Peralta (062/24)
✅ Eileen F. Korby (017/25)
✅ Sol Korby (017/25)
Natasha Niemiec (017/25)
Maria A. Molesso (017/25)
Christopher L. Hanson (001/26)
✅ Felix W. Henckel (001/26)
✅ Caroline S. Vereline (001/26)
✅ Donald E. Keating (012/26)
✅ Philip S. Grillo (012/26)
Richard P. Zaslow (012/26)
Annie Zaslow (012/26)
Hemant M. Shah (014/26)
✅ Anita Diana (014/26)
✅ Thomas Diana (014/26)
Thomas Nguy (021/26)
✅ Robert J. Bishop (021/26)
✅ Suzanne L. Chronowitz (021/26)
Alan Laufer (021/26)
Marjorie E. Schulberg-Ulmer (054/26)
✅ Jeffrey M. Ulmer (054/26)
Ellen Laperna (054/26)
✅ Joseph J. Laperna (054/26)

Field Reports
(1) Some Republican voters were given Democrat ballots at PS101, PS99, West Side High School and Hunter College. (2) Several voters who changed their voter registration to Republican could not vote Republican. (3) Pollsite at PS682 did not have Republican ballots.  (4) Changed ED boundaries also meant changed pollsite in several cases.  No warning was issued, and many pollsites were further away and more difficult for seniors to walk to.  These incidents are being checked by our Election Integrity Committee.

Comments on low voter turnout by Gary Tilzer.