100 Plus Reasons to Vote for Joe. Can Anyone Connect the Dots?
1. While Joe was running for President Jill his wife said America needs him so vote for Joe.
2. Joe said we need an adult in the White House so vote for me.
3. Nancy says he is doing a great job so vote for Joe
4. If you think his ability of picking his staff by identify politics rather than their qualifications is wise then vote for Joe
5. If you like someone to be politically correct then vote for Joe.
6. If you like someone who selects department heads, White House executives, Ambassadors, and cabinet members by their gender, sex preference, ethnicity, color or being the first or combinations of any of these rather than their qualifications then vote for Joe
7. If you like someone who thinks it is OK for men to compete in woman’s sports and allowed into woman’s private spaces including their showers, bathrooms and dressing areas then vote for Joe.
8. If you think that trans-men who compete in woman’s sports that deprive woman of winning in competitions, thus losing scholarships and recognition for their hard work and achievements is fair and politically correct not to mention demoralizing them, then vote for Joe.
9. If you favor China over America as Joe has demonstrated vote for Joe.
10. If you like someone who spends too much time on vacation more than any other President then votes for Joe.
Retired business owner and Economist, with degrees including: General Management, from CUNY; Finance, SUNY New Paltz; Operations Management, SUNY Albany.
He is a 911 First Responder, Publisher of the Political Patriot Newspaper, Father of 4, lives in Calverton, New York.
He has waged many Political campaigns in Suffolk County, NY for the past 12 years. In 2022 he started to conduct free Public Seminars helping more than 500 people who refused to be vaccinated and lost their jobs to re-apply and fight for unemployment benefits. Has made significant legal attacks upon the Covid Vaccine Mandates and Mask Mandates. He continues to research and document the negative effects of the Covid Vaccines and boosters. He could be reached via Telegram @GregFischerUS. (Rumble with permission from NYCForYourself)
John Gilmore has been an advocate for 20 years working on issues related to autism, developmental disabilities and vaccine injury and rights, including access to health care, insurance coverage, epidemiology, special education, civil rights and liberties, vaccine safety and consent issues. He is a founder and Executive Director of Children’s Health Defense New York Chapter. And he serves as the Executive Director of the Autism Action Network, a national 501c4 non-profit organization that works on issues related to autism, developmental disabilities, civil rights, and vaccine policy. He is the founder of the Autism Community Walk, and serves on the board of the New York Alliance for Vaccination Rights. He lives in Long Beach, New York, with his wife and his adult vaccine-injured son who is diagnosed with autism. He has a Master’s degree in public policy from the University of California, Berkeley. (Rumble with permission from NYCForYourself)
Bobbie Anne Flower Cox has been a New York attorney for almost 25 years. Formerly with a large, international law firm, Attorney Cox is now the principal at Cox Lawyers, PLLC. She has extensive experience suing government entities on behalf of her clients, particularly with regards to unjust property valuations. She recently won a historic lawsuit against New York Governor Kathy Hochul and the NYS Department of Health, striking down their unconstitutional quarantine camp regulation. In so doing, Attorney Cox has saved millions of New Yorkers from suffering the probable effects of illegal forced quarantines by a tyrannical State government that is truly out of control. Shamefully, Governor Hochul and Attorney General Letitia James plan to appeal. (YoutubeRumble With permission from NYCForYourself)
1. Pledge of Allegiance 7:29
2. Reading of club’s Mission Statement (Jim Strawhorn)
3. Roll call of officers and board members (Vic Starsky)
4. Reading of club’s 7/21 minutes (David Kemp)
5. Report of the Financial Secretary/Treasurer (Yuon Tai Bak)
6. Committee Reports
– Election Integrity – August 23 Primary (Yuon Tai Bak)
– Queens Infrastructure (Danette Rivera)– Nominating and membership (October 13)
7. Old Business
– Non-Citizen Voting (Kathrine James, July 27, 2022)
– Redraw State Assembly line (September 16, 2022)
– Proposed City Council lines (Ruben Cruz)
– Congestion Pricing Hearing (online comment until September 9)
– 4 Proposals on the November ballot
– Middle Village GOP (Craig Caruana)
– South Queens Republican Club (Sept 20)
– Bridge to Life 30th Anniversary Gala (Sept 25)
– Queens Village Republican Club (Phil Orenstein)
– Northern Manhattan Republicans (Edwin de la Cruz)
– Blexit Foundation (Dion Powell)
– Marijuana litigation plaintiffs wanted (Haris Bhatti)
– Square Deal (Joe Concannon)
– Conservative Republican Alliance (Chris Wright)
– Free Yankees vs Pittsburgh Pirates tickets (September 20, 7 pm)
– 50/50 Raffle (1. 3 steins, 2. 2 weeks Taichi lessons by Master Joan, 3. Influence, New And Expanded: The Psychology of Persuasion, by Robert B. Cialdini, Ph.D. – a classic – practically an encyclopedia on the subject of persuasion, 4. How To Work A Room, Fully Revised and Updated: The Ultimate Guide to Making Lasting Connections – in Person and Online, by Susan Roane – also a classic – the title speaks for itself)
9. New Business – CQRC investigates COVID and November ballot Candidates
– Tom Zmich, 6th Congressional
– Robert Bobrick, 47th State Senatorial (Manhattan)
– Martha Rowen, 26th State Senatorial (Brooklyn)
– Cynthia Acevedo-Nelson, 70th State Assembly (Manhattan)
– Arkadiusz Tomaszewski, 44th State Assembly (Brooklyn)
– Steve Speer, 10th Congressional (did not speak)
– Danniel Maio, 15th State Senatorial (did not speak)
– Next two meetings are on October 13 and November 8 at Anshe Sholom Chabad in Kew Gardens.
10. Adjournment 9:38