Black Lives Matter and MAGA Protest TOGETHER Against Forced COVID Vaccine

January 3, 2020 — Back in July I wrote an essay saying that BLACK LIVES MATTER and MEDICAL FREEDOM were really the same movement. Read that essay here:

https://thefedupdemocrat.home.blog/2020/07/13/the-peoples-movement-to-stop-mandatory-vaccination/

Today we are seeing the first signs of what I spoke of 6 months ago coming to be reality. My good friend John Gilmore from the Autism Action Network gives us the update from NYC & Rochester, NY:

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BLM and MAGA protest together in NY to stop forced Covid-19 shots

  A nightmare scenario for the ruling elites began at two separate demonstrations in New York that brought together MAGA and BLM to oppose the move toward a medical police state.

     On Friday a march and demonstration were held in Rochester, NY  that brought together Black Lives Matter supporters and Trump voters in opposition to forced Covid-19 shots.

https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/rochester/community/2021/01/01/many-gathered-at-the-liberty-pole-to-rally-against-mandatory-covid-19-vaccines-

      Yesterday in Manhattan, Black Lives Matter supporters and Trump voters gathered together to protest outside the W. 92nd Street home of New York Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal (D-Upper Westside) who recently introduced Assembly Bill A11179, a bill that would give the Governor of New York the power to order force anybody and everybody to get Covid-19 shots if he believes that voluntary measures are not delivering “sufficient immunity”. Rosenthal appears to be unaware that the manufacturers of the current group of Coivd-19 vaccines and the federal government do not claim the shots will even provide immunity.

    One of the oldest strategies of ruling elites throughout time is “divide and conquer.” Exploit the possible differences within those who are ruled to set them against each other, and leave the elites alone. We have seen that in abundance since the arrival of Covid-19.

On January 13 beginning at 11 am, a demonstration will be held at the global headquarters of Pfizer, the world’s largest drug company, at 235 E. 42nd Street in Manhattan to protest forced Covid-19 shots. BLM, MAGA, Democrats, Republicans, everybody is welcome who agrees that we should decide, not government, what is injected into our bodies, and our children’s bodies. Be there

     Please share this message with friends and family, and please share on social networks while we still can.

“NO LOCKDOWN” Protests Every Sunday in Manhattan!

For More Info Contact – NYSLibertyCoalition@gmail.com

November 27, 2020 — The NO LOCKDOWN Protest in Manhattan on Sunday November 22nd was a big success. At its peak 300 people showed up to protest Lockdowns in New York and educate people on the streets. Now a new set of organizers are going to continue to carry the torch and have another event this Sunday, November 29th at Union Square, 1pm. Please show up and support!

One of the best parts about last Sunday’s protest is it was not overly politicized. It did not turn into a pro-Trump rally. It is so important these protests do not promote politicians or political party. WE must stay focused on the critical issues that impact all of us – NO LOCKDOWNS & NO FORCED VACCINATION!

NY Take Action – Is genetic information being harvested from school required Covid-19 tests?

     Did New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and United Federation of Teachers (UFT) union boss Michael Mulgrew agree to allow the harvesting of DNA and genetic data from students and teachers forced to get Covid-19 tests? NY Teachers for Choice, an organization of public school teachers, is still trying to get that question answered after weeks of effort. And what is happening with the swabs in the rest of the state?

     Mayor de Blasio and Miller made submitting to monthly Covid-19 tests for teachers a condition of returning to in-person teaching in New York City. At the present, testing IS NOT mandatory for students, but a major effort is underway to obtain consent from parents to test their children. And school districts across the state are deploying a patchwork of testing requirements.

     Samples in New York City are tested exclusively by Fulgent Genetics, a company whose primary business is selling data from their proprietary database of genetic information. So far silence from the Mayor and the UFT.

     Please take a few minutes and call the following leaders and ask if genetic information is being harvested from school-based Covid-19 tests:

Mayor Bill de Blasio, (212) 788-3000  

Gov. Andrew Cuomo,  (518) 474-8390

UFT President Mulgrew Miller,  (212) 331-6311  

Chancellor Richard Carranza, (212) 374-0200

Speaker Corey Johnson,  (212) 564-7757

     And click on the link  Take Action  to send messages to Governor Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio, union boss Miller, NYC schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, and NYC Speaker of the City Council Corey Johnson asking if testing companies are allowed to harvest the genetic information of school children and school employees.

     Please share this message with friends and family, and please post on social networks while we still can.

For more information from NY Teachers for Choice:

https://nyteachersforchoice.wordpress.com/2020/10/07/new-york-take-action-now-is-nyc-stealing-teacher-and-student-dna/

Forget Biden and Trump – NY you need to look down your ballot!

Click HERE for our final Election 2020 Endorsements from John Gilmore of Autism Action Network

September 30, 2020 — Stop focusing on the presidential election New York, and start focusing on ALBANY – THAT is where the most important elections are happening for us in 2020. Below John Gilmore gives us a breakdown of every Albany politician that we can vote FOR on November 3rd, and everyone we must vote AGAINST.

Vaccine mandates come from state – not federal – governments. That is why your local elections are far more important than the federal puppet show.

As John Gilmore writes below:

The vaccine industry will come after homeschoolers and adults next. They want to make flu shots mandatory. They want to make Covid 19 shots mandatory. They want to give your children shots without your knowledge or consent. They want to take away our right to determine what is done to our bodies or our children’s bodies.

Remember to write-in ELIZABETH GLASS for NY Senate in District 27, Manhattan.

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From John Gilmore, Autism Action Network

    The legislators who voted to deny our children an education will be up for re-election on November 3. When the Assemblymembers below voted to eliminate the religious exemption to vaccine mandates on June 13, 2019 they created a new class of children in New York: children who have no right to an education. Every person in New York under the age of 21 who does not have a high school diploma is entitled to a free, public education, but not our kids.  And they denied our children the right to a private education as well. An incarcerated minor who is a convicted serial killer is entitled to a free public education if they do not have a high school diploma, but not our kids.

     Some people say election don’t matter. That’s a way to avoid responsibility for doing what you can and should do. 27,000 children lost their right to an education. If even 20% of the parents of those children had shown up in Albany we would still have our rights. If 5 out of 63 Senators had voted differently the repeal of the religious exemption would have lost, likewise, if 8 of 150 Assemblymembers changed their votes. What you do matters. Some of these politicians are in close elections where every vote counts.

     The vaccine industry will come after homeschoolers and adults next. They want to make flu shots mandatory. They want to make Covid 19 shots mandatory. They want to give your children shots without your knowledge or consent. They want to take away our right to determine what is done to our bodies or our children’s bodies.

     We crossed a line on June 13, 2019either you are for us or you are against us. There is no in-between anymore, and it is obvious who is who. Please check the list below to see how your Assemblymember voted.

     Before you do that if you value the information and advocacy provided to you by the Autism Action Network please make it possible for us to keep fighting for you by supporting our one fundraising event of the year we do in conjunction with the Autism Community Walk, here:   https://grouprev.com/autismcommunitywalk2020-AutismActionNetwork  which is TENTATIVELY scheduled for Sunday, October 18 in Belmont Lake State Park in Babylon

     You can look up your Assemblymember here: https://nyassembly.gov/mem/search/

     It is crucial that you register to vote, and vote. If you are not registered to vote you can do so online if you have NYS driver license, permit, or non-driver ID card, ZIP Code currently on record with the DMV, and a Social Security number here: https://www.ny.gov/services/register-vote

    Remember who they are. Remember who your friends are and who is not a friend. Other things you can do:

Make sure your spouse, significant other, friends, family, etc., are registered to vote.

Volunteer some time for the candidates that voted to protect your children,

Donate to those candidates,

Spread the word about them online.

     The following list of Assemblymembers includes their party, district number, and general area they represent.

   27 are not running in November, and we will be providing you with information on those races.

   We will provide you with similar information on the State Senate soon.

The following  members voted to protect the religious exemption to vaccination. We love these people! Reelect them!

They have an asterix (*) next to their name. The text may appear in BOLD depending on how you are viewing this document.

*Abinanti, Tom, (D-92-Tarrytown)

*Ashby, Jake, (R-107, East Greenbush)

*Barclay, William, (R-120-Fulton)

*Barron, Charles, (D-60-East New York, Bklyn)

*Bichotte, Rodneyse, (D-42-Flatbush)

*Blankenbush, Ken, (R-117-Carthage)

*Brabanec, Karl, (R-98-Florida)

*Bronson, Harry (D-26-Rochester) *** FYI – some people say Bronson needs to be voted OUT! Read about Bronson’s opponent PETER VASQUEZ HERE

*Byrne, Peter (R-94-Brewster)

*Byrnes, Marjorie, (R-133-Avon)

*Colton, William, (D-47-Bensonhurst, Bklyn)

*Cook, Virginia, (D-32-Jamaica, Qns)

*Crespo, Marcos, (D-85-Soundview, Bx) Not running, retired

*Crouch, Clifford (R-122-Bainbridge)

*Cymbrowitz, Steven, (D-45-Sheepshead Bay, Bklyn)

*DeStefano, Joe (R-3-Medford)

*DiPietro, David, (D-147-E. Aurora)

*Eichenstein, Simcha, (D-48-Boro Park)

*Epstein, Harvey, (D-74-East Village)

*Finch, Gary, (R-126-Auburn) not running, retired

*Fitzpatrick, Michael, (R-8-Smithtown)

*Friend, Christopher, (R-124-Horseheads)

*Gantt, David (D-137-Rochester) Deceased

*Garbarino, Andrew, (R-7-Bayport) Retired, running for Congress

*Giglio, Joseph, (R-148-Olean)

*Goodell, Andy, (R-150-Jamestown)

*Hawley, Stephen, (R-139, Albion)

*Kolb, Brian, (R-131-Geneva) Not running, retired

*Lalor, Keiran, (R-105-Hopewell Junction)

*Lawrence, Peter, (R-134-Rochester)

*Lentol, Joseph, (D-50-Williamsburg, Bklyn), Lost in primary

*LiPietri, Michael, (R-9-Massapequa Park) Not running, retired

*Mantkelow, Brian, (R-130-Lyons)

*McDonough, David, (R-14-Bellmore)

*Mikulin, John, (R-17-East Meadow)

*Miller, Brian, (R-101-New Hartford)

*Miller, Melissa, (R-20-Long Beach)

*Montesano, Michael, (R-15-Hicksville)

*Morinello, Angelo, (R-145-Niagara Falls)

*Norris, Michael, (R-144-Clarence)

*Palmesano, Philip, (R-132-Bath)

*Palumbo, Anthony, (R-2-Riverhead)

*Peoples-Stokes, Crystal (D-141-Buffalo)

*Pheffer Amato, Stacey, (D-23-Howard Beach)

*Ra, Ed, (R-19-Garden City)

*Raia, Andrew, (R-12-Northport) Not running, retired

*Reilly, Michael (R-62-Tottenville,SI)

*Richardson, Diana, (D-43-Crown Heights, Bklyn)

*Santabarbara, Angelo, (D-111-Amsterdam)

*Schimminger, Robin (D-140-Tonawanda), Not running, retired

*Smith, Doug, (R-5-Holbrook)

*Smullen, Robert, (R-118-Johnstown)

*Stec, Dan, (D-114-Glens Falls) Not running, running for State Senate

*Tague, Chris, (R-102-Schoharie)

*Taylor, Al, (D-71-Washington Heights)

*Thiele, Fred, (D-1-South Fork)

*Walczyk, Mark, (R-116-Watertown)

*Walsh, Mary Beth, (R-112-Ballston Spa)

*Weinstein, Helene, (D-41-Sheepshead Bay, Bklyn)

*Weprin, David, (D-24-Richmond Hill, Qns)

*Williams, Jaime, (D-59-Canarsie)

*Wright, Tremaine, (D-56-Crown Heights, Bklyn) Not running,

The below members voted to repeal the religious exemption to vaccination. VOTE THEM OUT!!!

Abbate, Peter, (D-49, Fort Hamilton, Bklyn)

Arroyo, Carmen, (D-84 South Bronx) Failed to qualify, running as an independent

Aubry, Jeffrion, (D-35-Corona)

Barnwell, Brian, (D-30-Maspeth)

Barrett, Didi, (D-106-Hudson)

Benedetto, Michael, (D-82-Throggs Neck, Bx)

Blake, Michael, (D-79-Morrisania, Bx) Not running, retired

Braunstein, Edward, (D-26-Bayside, Qns)

Buchwald, David, (D-93-Mount Kisco) Not running, retired

Burke, Pat (D-142-West Seneca)

Buttenschon, Marianne, (D-119-Utica)

Carroll, Robert, (D-103-Windsor Terrace, Bklyn)

Cruz, Catalina (D-39-Corona)

Cusick, Michael (D-63-SI)

Davila, Maritza, (D-53-Bushwick)

Darling (Raynor) Taylor, (D-18-Hempstead)

De La Rosa, Carmen, (D-72-Inwood)

DenDekker, Michael, (D-34-East Elmhurst), Defeated in the primary

Dickens, Inez, (D-70-Harlem)

Dilan, Erik, (D-54-Cypress Hills)

Dinowitz, Jeffrey (D-81-Riverdale)

D’Urso, Anthony, (D-16-Great Neck) Not running, retired

Englebright, Steve, (D-4-East Setauket)

Fahy, Patricia, (D-109-Albany)

Fall, Charles, (D-61-North Shore, SI)

Fernandez, Nathalia, (D-80-Pelham Pkwy, Bx)

Frontus, Mathylde, (D-46-Coney Island, Bklyn)

Galef, Sandra, (D-95-Ossining)

Glick, Deborah, (D-66-Greenwich Village)

Griffin, Judy, (D-21-Rockville Center)

Gunther, Aileen, (D-100, Monticello)

Heastie, Carl, (D-83-N.Bronx)

Hevesi, Andrew, (D-28-Forest Hills)

Hunter, Pamela, (D-2128-Syracuse)

Hyndman, Alicia, (D-29-Springfield Gardens, Qns)

Jacobson, Jonathan, (D-104-Newburgh)

Jaffee, Ellen, (D-97-Pearl River)

Jean-Pierre, Kimberly, (D-11-Lindenhurst)

Johns, Mark, (R-135-Fairport)

Jones, Billy, (D-115-Plattsburgh)

Joyner, LaToya, (D-77-Bronx)

Kim, Ron (D-40-Flushing, Qns)

Lavine, Charles, (D-13-Glen Cove)

Lifton, Barbara, (D-125-Ithaca) Not running, retired

Lupardo, Donna, (D-123-Binghamton)

Magnarelli, William, (D-129-Syracuse)

Malliotakis, Nicole, (R-64-SI) Not running, running for Congress

McDonald, John, (D-108-Albany)

McMahon, Karen, (D-146-Williamsville)

Miller, Michael, (D-38-Woodhaven, Qns), Lost in primary

Mosley, Walter, (D-57-Fort Greene), Lost in primary

Niou, Yuh Line, (D-65-Dowmtown, Mnh)

Nolan, Catherine, (D-37-Long Island City)

O’Donnell, Daniel, (D-69-UWS)

Ortiz, Felix, (D-51- Sunset Park, Bklyn), Lost in primary

Otis, Steven, (D-91-Rye)

Paulin, Amy, (D-88-Scarsdale)

Perry, N. Nick, (D-58-East Flatbush)

Pichardo, Victor, (D-86-West Bronx

Pretlow, Gary, (D-89-Mt. Vernon)

Quart, Dan, (D-73-Eastside Manhattan)

Ramos, Phil, (D-6-Brentwood)

Reyes, Karines, (D-87-Parkchester, Bx)

Rivera, Jose, (D-78-Fordham Manor)

Rodriguez, Robert, (D-68-E. Harlem)

Romeo, Jamie, (D-136-Rochester) Not running, retired

Rosenthal, Daniel, (D-27-Flushing)

Rosenthal, Linda, (D-67-UWS)

Rozic, Nily, (D-25-Fresh Meadows, Qns)

Ryan, Sean, (D-149-Buffalo) Running for State Senate

Schmitt, Colin (R-99-Washingtonville)

Seawright, Rebecca, (D-76-UES) Failed to qualify, running as an independent

Simon, Jo Anne (D-52-Boerum Hill, Bklyn)

Simotas, Aravella, (D-36-Astoria), Lost in primary

Solages, Michaelle, (D-22-Valley Stream)

Steck, Phil, (D-110-Schnectady)

Stern, Steve, (D-10-Melville)

Stirpe, Al, (D-127-N. Syracuse)

Titus, Michelle, (D-31-far Rockaway, Qns) Not running, retired

Vanel, Clyde, (D-33-Queens Village)

Walker, Latrice, (D-55-Brownsville, Bklyn)

Wallace, Monica, (D-143-Cheektowaga)

Woerner, Carrie, (D-113-Saratoga Springs)

Zebrowski, Kenneth, (D-96-New City)

These Assemblymembers voted for the repeal in Committee and against the repeal on the floor:

Cahill, Kevin, (D-103-Kingston), Voted “Yes” in committee, “No” on the floor

Gottfried, Richard, (D-75-Chelsea), Voted “yes” in committee, voted “No” on the floor

Sayegh, Nader (D-90-Yonkers) First votedd “No” then voted “Yes” in committee,, then voted “No” on the floor

Forced Flu Shot Unlikely in New York for 2020

Could come back after election

September 24, 2020 — Two weeks ago NY Health Commish Howard Zucker called for mandatory flu shots in New York to attend school. John Gilmore immediately released an action alert to call Governor Cuomo and legislators to voice our strong opposition to this insane, unnecessary idea.

Shortly after this action Cuomo was asked about Zucker’s comments and the Governor played dumb; as if he had never heard of the idea before. I recently spoke with John Gilmore and he found the idea of Cuomo not knowing what Zucker said to be laughable. According to Gilmore, Cuomo is a micromanager and certainly told Zucker to make the public statement about mandatory flu shots. Basically Cuomo floated a trial balloon.

The balloon didn’t float.

We are 40 days away from the election, and all of Albany (sans Cuomo) is up for reelection. In New York mandatory flu and HPV vaccination has always been extremely unpopular. Some Albany Democrats recently released statements stating they are against mandatory flu vaccinations because they know how unpopular the idea is and don’t want to lose on November 3rd.

It appears we have dodged this bullet; for now. How quickly this one will rear its head again all depends on the election results. If the Democrats keep their super-majority in Albany, mandatory flu shots will be right back on the table very fast.

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(Note – pic of Cuomo allegedly getting flu shot at the top of this report is from 2019, not 2020. I never believe photo-ops like this one. Highly likely he posed for the shot, but never got the shot)

Alexis Weik for New York Senate

On Nov 3rd, Vote for Weik in NY Senate District 3

District 3 south-central Suffolk County on Long Island, including portions of Brookhaven and Islip. and most of Brentwood.

http://www.alexisweik.com

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September 17, 2020 — The FED UP DEMOCRAT endorses Alexis Weik for NY Senate in Suffolk County, NY. Weik is 100% supportive of medical freedom and choice. Weik will certainly not be supporting a forced COVID vaccine on New Yorkers. Below is a letter from Weik fully explaining her position on vaccination and medical mandates:

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Dear Supporter,

My journey began when I became a mother 23 years ago. As a mother of three healthy, beautiful children their wellbeing was my priority. I was raised by a Mom who questioned anything that was “mandatory” or that seemed to be pushed upon people. When I was pregnant for the first time, I was told by my doctor to take prenatal vitamins. I took the prescription that was given to me and noticed that it made me very sick. My Mom advised me to stop taking it and just take my usual multivitamin and some Folate, she then shared some stories from the past when women were told to take medication to help dry up their breast milk, if they chose to feed their baby formula. 

Those women suffered health issues for taking medication for a process that can easily be handled with an ice pack. This started my reason for questioning. My first son never seemed to have any reaction to the vaccinations he received. My daughter however, always suffered terrible reactions to every single shot or medication she has taken. Noticing the differences, I began to experiment to see how to best care for my children individually. I took the time to experiment with the food they ate and noted the difference between feeding them Pop-Tarts vs. eggs and fruit. They, on their own, would choose the healthy food options every time. I continued on my journey and found a Chiropractor who introduced me to the information that vaccinations were not really effective but rather came along at a time the coincided with engineering advancements in our society. Those advancements may have actually been the cure for many of the illnesses that people commonly suffered. I heard about an active group of moms (Rita Palma) who not only encouraged other moms to explore holistic medicine but also organized an organic farm. I remember listening to some moms in my community call Rita’s group “nuts”. Happily, there were many others, who felt as I did and admired their courage to take their own path. It is not easy to fight the fight and go against the system. I was inspired to continue reading and exploring the pros and cons of vaccinations. I discovered many people are extremely in favor of mandatory vaccinations for fear of catching any kind of illness. My peers who stayed home with the Chicken Pox growing up were now outraged at the idea that their child not be vaccinated for Chicken Pox. An illness they knew firsthand would not kill their child was now considered to be a deadly threat in their mind because there was a vaccination for it. 

I realize that we cannot and perhaps should not change the minds of everyone but I am strongly in favor of choice. We are fortunate enough to live in a democracy which gives us the freedom of choice. The simple logic that if one person chooses to be vaccinated to protect themselves from illness should not fear a person who is not vaccinated. Their vaccination should in their minds) protect them from those who are not protected. They should have nothing to fear at all. Far too many of my friends can pinpoint the moment their healthy bundle of joy was suddenly struck with a fever and was never the same again after receiving a vaccination. 

I am running for New York State Senate because we are being mandated by our state government to not only be vaccinated but we are to also receive flu shots, booster shots and much more. The number of vaccinations we had as children has quadrupled for children today. If we all grew up just fine with the small number of shots why are children today being mandated to pump dozens of vaccinations and boosters into their bodies just to attend public school? I believe we need to have the option of choice. Medicine should not be mandatory; it is a choice

On a bigger note we need to ensure that the vaccinations being offered are not harmful. I would work with the federal government to restore liability to vaccine manufacturers for harm created by their products. The pharmaceutical companies that produce these vaccinations have no motivation to create a safe product. I think if they lose the guaranteed profit of mandatory vaccinations it might help motivate them to produce a product that the general population can get behind and support. This is a great opportunity for me, running for senate, I would be so honored to be an advocate for the very people who inspired me for decades to search out healthier options for my family. I want to be the person who can deliver good legislation for our families to benefit from for years. To possibly save the lives of our children who might be harmed from a vaccination or mandatory medication. The option of choice is a wonderful thing, it is the thing that our founding fathers marveled at and fought for in battle. It is my turn to fight the battle and restore the option of choice for all of our families. 

All my best, 

Alexis Weik

Alexis Weik Candidate New York State Senate, 3rd District 

PO Box 101, Bayport, NY 11705 

phone: 631-319-1261 

Website: http://www.alexisweik.com