June 26, 2020 — Albany Democrats have finally realized they cannot ignore the slaughter that happened in New York nursing homes during the COVID Lockdown under Governor Cuomo’s leadership. The public outrage and the media attention has grown too large, and Democratic leadership has announced it will be holding hearings into the matter.
However this is not an independent investigation, which is what really needs to happen. This is Democrat theater in an election year. Democrats don’t want to be voted out this coming November, and they know if they don’t place a cast-of-characters on the stage to scold for the slaughter of over 6000 senior citizens in nursing homes they may lose their seats to challengers in the general election come November.
I have ZERO FAITH in the outcome of these hearings. Nevertheless they are an important milestone. They likely mark the moment that public perception of Cuomo takes a stark turn for the worse, as it should. This will lay the ground work for further investigations; independent investigations possibly at the federal level. Besides Cuomo there is also a focus on his Commissioner of Health Howard Zucker. Many believe Zucker is merely Cuomo’s lapdog but as I learn more about him that narrative is wearing thin.
Zucker is a member of the elite and powerful Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), formerly worked for the World Health Organization (WHO), and has long been a shill for Big Pharma. Howard Zucker is a political and medical insider among the global elite and is certain to be serving the agendas of Bill Gates and others who want to see mandatory adult vaccination and increased authoritarian control over the populace. As of today, my bet is Zucker kept crucial information away from Cuomo so the Governor would have plausible deniability if an investigation ever arose.
“Reimagine” Your Children Never Going to School Again
June 9, 2020 — Brad Hoylman seems to be completely fine with “the new normal” of children learning remotely and not attending in-person education in school buildings. However the people of New York don’t seem to be ok with this. Over 9,000 New Yorkers have joined a Facebook group called NY Parents & Teachers Against Distance Learning.
“No school in New York State is going to be open in the Fall, ” said Liz Glass broadcasting on her social media platforms. Glass is a candidate for New York Senate in district 27 running against Brad Hoylman. Glass references the Cuomo and Gates plan called “Reimagine Education.” She states her opponent Hoylman is in agreement with it. I asked Glass how she knows Hoylman is in support of expanding remote learning.
“Everyone should call him and ask him!” responded Glass. That’s a good idea!
CALL HOYLMAN HERE – Phone: (212) 633-8052 (leave message)
cc: firstname.lastname@example.org (if you are comfortable doing so, please cc me. I will not share or publish any information, I just want to get a count on how many emails went to Hoylman)
Call and ask Hoylman where he stands on expanding remote learning in NYC. Call and ask him if NYC schools will be opening in the Fall. Call and ask him what he is doing to advocate for you and your kids, and email all of that to him as well.
Liz Glass is 100% against the plan to “reimagine” education at a distance and, even more so, is 100% against placing The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in charge of what our educational system will look like. Gates failed miserably with common core as a national curriculum in America. Why are we trusting an organization who has already failed our country to “reimagine” what school will fundamentally be?
Governor Cuomo has announced a panel of educational experts to “reimagine” education which will be interacting with members of The Gates Foundation. The COVID Lockdown served as a trial run for remote distant learning, and it appears the goal this September will be to do a more structured “launch” of remote distant learning.
Cuomo can force New York State to do this because Brad Hoylman (and many others in Albany) voted YES to giving Cuomo emergency powers in Senate bill S7919 that lasts until April of 2021. Cuomo just has to say remote learning is still necessary due to the “public health emergency” – whether that is true or not. This law allows him to do as he pleases like a King. Hoylman willingly and gratefully gave away all of his power to the Governor.
With New York State financially broke, it is highly likely discussions of teacher lay-offs will be on the table across the state this summer. Bill Gates is certain to swoop in and “save the day” with millions in funding conditioned on the implementation of more remote technological “solutions” for New York. This may save some teachers and staff in the short run, but ultimately it will lead to the destruction of the teaching profession, teacher unions, and ultimately the middle class status most teachers gain from their employment.
The head of the NYC Teacher’s Union, Mike Mulgrew, is already on record saying we are going to have to implement a “hybrid instructional model of sometimes in person and sometimes remote.” According to Liz Glass and her sources, we won’t even get that. We are headed to full-time remote learning this Fall and officials are only saying school may open to keep everyone calm.
Thousands of students – especially those with disabilities – are struggling immensely with remote learning. The socialization that school offers is invaluable to many students and families. Not to mention the billions of tax dollars paid every year by New Yorkers to fund the school system.
Privately and quietly I personally know Superintendents and Chancellors of school districts throughout New York are discussing all of the following:
Having half the students attend school each day – have ‘A’ & ‘B’ days
Purchasing thousands of masks for students
Delaying the opening of in-person school until October
Delaying the opening of in-person school until 2021
**Interestingly when I published this report on June 9th, the same day Chancellor of NYC schools Richard Carranza released a list of possible plans for September and he left open the possibility that school will not reopen in the Fall.
Is there a chance we may never again have in-person education in New York again?
June 8, 2020 – Andy Marte is challenging Julia Salazar for her New York Senate seat in Brooklyn’s 18th District. If you can volunteer to help his campaign he needs the help now, as there is only 2 weeks left till the Democratic primary in New York on June 23rd.
On June 5th the arrest of Julia Salazar’s communications director, Michael Carter, caught Marte’s attention. It further supported his long held position that Salazar and her team are too radical to implement the necessary changes that Brooklyn really needs:
Here is what Marte had to say on the situation:
“This is a long standing radical strategy, to get yourself arrested. Why is a state government staffer out in the street taunting officers that are trying to keep peace?”
“If you look at Carter’s Facebook page he’s friends with Rep. Ilhan Omar, AOC and other vehement Democrats. These people altogether have done nothing better than Donald Trump; dividing this country in the interest of party and ideology over unity. The low income and working class people of the 18th District don’t need looting and vandalism, they want stable, good paying jobs, affordable housing, an upgraded health care and education system. Above all, they want safety and small businesses to return to their hands and away from large, monopolistic corporations.”
Recently Marte was in Albany lobbying for the repeal of 50-a. This is the law that allows public servants like police officers, correction officers and firmen to have the privacy of their records protected from the public. I told Marte he is viewed as being supportive of the police, so why is he calling for 50-a to be repealed?
“NYPD support and 50-a repeal are not mutually exclusive. I’m in favor of bringing transparency to police brutality. Why should abusers be protected in any employment? Especially legally protected. However, my support of the repeal is conditioned on having a system in place for police records. Blanket release of police documents is a threat to the lives on officers and to the public.”
Marte is a man who understands the subtlety of legislating change for his constituents. He understands you need to listen to the people in the community; not the press, not big corporations, not special interests, not those with hidden agendas, but the actual people he lives among.
Vote For Andy Marte on June 23rd in the NY Democratic Primary:
Senate District 18, Brooklyn: Cypress Hills, East NY, Bushwick, Bed Stuy, Brownsville, Ocean Hill, Greenpoint, Williamsburg
With his Dictator powers lasting until April of 2021, and dangerous fast-tracked COVID vaccines said to be available in the fall of 2020, if Cuomo leaves the Governor’s office there is no one who will have a shot at enforcing such a Draconian dictate. I believe Cuomo is going to fail at this, but he’s the only person with any shot. He’s already proven his allegiance to Big Pharma.
Back on June 13, 2019 Cuomo orchestrated the repeal of the Religious Exemption to vaccination in New York for children to attend school. The law was repealed in under 7 hours with absolutely no public comment from New York citizens. Few people recognized just how significant and horrifying that day truly was.
It laid the groundwork for what we are facing now – forced vaccination of the entire New York populace, both children and adults. It is of interest that Senator Brad Hoylman – who sponsored the repeal of the Religious Exemption to vaccination – also supports forcing every New Yorker to inject the COVID-19 vaccine. Hoylman is up for reelection on June 23rd.
The President of the United States ultimately has very little say in local vaccine mandates, as it is a power that was not specifically given to the federal government in the Constitution. Therefore the power resides with the States for each state to do as they see fit. Normally it would be the entire legislature in Albany that would determine if mandatory vaccination of every New Yorker would become law. But today Cuomo has the power to force vaccinate every New Yorker with the mere stroke of his pen!
Governor Cuomo is operating under an emergency powers declaration – S7919 – which allows him to create or remove any law that he declares is standing in the way of addressing the COVID-19 situation. Now that the NYSBA is giving their legal opinion that forced vaccination of every New Yorker should happen, and is legal, there is no way Cuomo is leaving New York to slight his buddy Sleepy Joe Biden and face Trump.
Just watch Cuomo everyday in his press conferences. The man simply LOVES being “King of New York” far too much. New York is very important to Big Pharma. I’ve received emails from all over the country and the world saying all eyes are on NY & NYC as we battle for medical freedom. The problem is that of the nearly 20 million New Yorkers many millions of us will not take the COVID-19 vaccine no matter what. How many exactly are there who will refuse? 1 million? 2 mil? 3 mil? 5? 10 ???
I’m really not sure.
The question is whether New York has reached a totalitarian tyranny where the will of millions simply won’t matter. I do not think we have reached that point yet. Do you?
May 30, 2020 — Brad Hoylman helped move NYCHA residents towards privatization as well as close St. Vincent’s Hospital, all while pretending to represent the wishes of his constituents.
Hoylman is the former General Counsel to the Partnership for New York City, which represents corporate interests in NYC, not the people’s interest. While Hoylman has pretended to stand up for the people’s rights he has done nothing to stop these corporate interests from having their way in Senate District 27.
In fact just 3 months ago in February Hoylman was pretending to protest in support of NYCHA residents while allowing privatization to creep in.
This year, Big Business interests are pressuring Mayor Bill de Blasio to end public housing as we know it, including in State Sen. Hoylman’s (district 27). And State Sen. Hoylman has not once denounced the mayor or the mayor’s plans. Like last year, Fight For NYCHA reasonably expect State Sen. Hoylman to put on a big show about how much he supports public causes, and then he will fold at the very last minute, like he always does.
“Is it no coincidence that, finally, on the same day when Mayor Bill de Blasio (announced the privatization scheme) in Brooklyn and Manhattan, it would take place as State Sen. Hoylman was leading this charade up in Albany?
But this is no surprise to those who know of Hoylman’s political past.
Closing St. Vincent’s Hospital
In 2010 Brad Hoylman was the chair of Manhattan Community Board 2 and he claimed to support saving St. Vincent’s Hospital in Greenwich Village. However he turned his back on the community when Partnership for New York City began to call in mortgage notes from the public charity hospital that led to the hospital’s bankruptcy and liquidation at pennies on the dollar.
Remember Hoylman used to work for Partnership for New York City, and acts as if he still does!
And what was St. Vincent’s Hospital converted into? Luxury condominiums. Lower Manhattan residents are still reeling from the loss of this public charity hospital. Hospital closures in NYC have been happening the entire time Andrew Cuomo has been Governor, and Brad Hoylman has no problem going along with Cuomo’s program.
May 28, 2020 — The Fed Up Democrat has never received one single penny for any of my writing or activism. If you like what I produce absolutely free, then please donate to to Elizabeth Glass’s campaign for New York State Senate by clicking on the following link:
There’s barely 2 weeks left till the Democratic primary in New York on June 23rd, and Glass needs every dollar to invest towards getting rid of Big Pharma’s favorite puppet in NYC, Senator Brad Hoylman. If you are on the fence about whether you should donate to Liz Glass, read her campaign statement published below and see if that pushes you over the edge.
Liz Glass Campaign Statement
(NOTE – this statement was written before the protests surrounding George Floyd’s murder began in NYC)
I am Elizabeth Glass. Mother of four, teacher, and Democratic candidate in Manhattan’s district 27. As an 11th generation New Yorker and 25 year-resident of Manhattan it pains me to say this, but our beloved city is in a bad place right now. Unlike post-911 – where everyone was pulling together – today crime and divisiveness are rampant, and everyone who had the ability to leave the city is simply gone.
New York is 6% of the US population, but 30% of all COVID-19 deaths in the US were New Yorkers. We can debate why that is the case, but the facts are clear: we need a paradigm shift in this post-coronavirus catastrophe; a dramatic change in the status quo. Business as usual just isn’t going to cut it.
I believe in a constituent-driven legislative body, and am committed to helping keep New Yorkers safe while also protecting their constitutional freedoms. Our elected officials and their corporate sponsors care about one thing and one thing only: enriching themselves at your expense. Corporations should never have precedence over the people.
Consider the new “Reimagine New York” education plan: despite the fact that our kids have zero risk of death from this disease, Governor Cuomo and the Gates Foundation want to end in-school learning, keeping our kids at home and alone, socially distant from their teachers, friends, and school community. It should be noted that social distancing is a euphemism for social isolation, which was developed 70 years ago by the CIA and deployed against enemies of the state because it is more effective at breaking people down than any form of physical torture.
Although half of Americans do not want the COVID-19 vaccine, my opponent Brad Hoylman supports forcibly vaccinating every single New Yorker. This fast-tracked, liability-free experimental product will forego standard safety studies. New Yorkers are NOT guinea pigs, and should not be treated as such. That said, I support making the vaccine readily available to those who wish to take it, and I support people making the choice with their doctors whether to receive the vaccine or not.
I am also fiercely opposed to the unconstitutional Orwellian contact tracing, involving forcibly quarantining New Yorkers in “Isolation Facilities” …even those who have no symptoms. Low-income housing, NYCHA Housing, homeless shelters, group homes, and nursing homes will be the first to be visited by contact tracers, effectively instituting medical martial law. If your home has only 1 bathroom anyone thought to be infected with the coronavirus may be removed from the home – including a child.
The Democratic Party has somehow transformed into the Bill Gates/Corporatist Party.
Manhattan’s District 27: I believe in our constitution, I believe in freedom, and I believe in representing the people, not corporations. I’m seeking your support and want to hear from you and what YOU care about. Your concerns and goals will guide my decision-making now and when I am elected.
We need honest leaders who will fight this invisible enemy that has upended our way of life. Our safety is compromised and our freedoms are under attack. We need to fight against both of these enemies. My campaign is a grassroots effort supported by fearless and bold New Yorkers who are standing up and demanding change. Our state is in crisis. We need caring, dedicated leaders who will fight for “We, the people.” My name is Elizabeth Glass, and I will fight for you.
Remember: we are stronger together, and every one of us is essential.
I’m Elizabeth Glass, and I approve this message.
Vote Brad Hoylman OUT!
Democratic Primary, June 23, 2020
Senate District 27, Manhattan: Greenwich Village, Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, Time Square, Upper West Side, Midtown East, Peter Cooper Village, Stuyvesant Town, East Village and Lower East Side