Does Brad Hoylman Want to End In-Person Education?

“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.

Governor Cuomo is planning the end to in-person education with Bill Gates.

“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)

EMAIL HOYLMAN HEREhoylman@nysenate.gov

cc: thefedupdemocrat@gmail.com (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?

Vote for Liz Glass June 23rd

#VoteHoylmanOUT

Donate to Glass HERE

Democratic Primary, June 23, 2020

Senate District 27Manhattan: Greenwich Village, Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, Time Square, Upper West Side, Midtown East, Stuyvesant Town, East Village and Lower East Side

NY Take Action Against Cuomo

Call for independent investigation of Cuomo’s COVID-19 nursing home policies.

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From AUTISM ACTION NETWORK (AAN)

During Cuomo’s May 13th daily covid 19 press event New York Governor Andrew Cuomo claimed, “I did everything I could,” to protect residents of nursing homes, despite a major reversal on Sunday of his policy to force nursing homes to accept patients from hospitals who had covid 19 infections.  More than 5400 New York nursing home residents have died so far, and that number does not include nursing home residents who were sent to hospitals where they died. According to the Associated Press, 40% of all nursing home deaths from covid 19 in the US have been in New York which has less than 6% of the total population.

Richard Gottfried (D-Manhattan), Chair of the Assembly Health Committee, among other legislators has called for an independent investigation of Cuomo’s nursing home policies.

We support the call for an investigation, independent of Cuomo and his political allies, of New York’s response to covid 19 in nursing homes. Please click on this link  Take Action  to send a message to your State Senator and Assemblymember calling for an independent review.

IF the “take action” link doesn’t work (AAN is attacked and hacked constantly) find your reps at the following links:

Find YOUR Assemblymember here – https://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/search/

Find YOUR Senator here – https://www.nysenate.gov/registration/nojs/form/start/find-my-senator

Please email and call their offices. It is unlikely the phone will be answered but please leave a message.

And please call the offices of Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart Cousins and Speaker of the Assembly Carl Heastie. Again, you will probably have to leave a message.

Senator Majority Leader Andrea Stewart Cousins, (518) 455-2585, (914) 423-4031

Speaker of the Assembly Carl Heastie, (518) 455-3791, (718) 654-6539

Sen Patrick Gallivan (R- Western New York)) the ranking member of the Senate Health Committee, said, “The exact number of deaths caused by COVID-19 among nursing home residents is unclear, but some reports indicate they have made up roughly one-fourth to one-fifth of the state’s total fatalities,” Gallivan said. “Equally uncertain is the number of confirmed or presumed cases of the virus among residents and staff. This is unacceptable.”

Assemblymember Ron Kim, (D-Queens) said in a statement, “Our community continues to reel from anger and disbelief at the negligence and disregard shown on this issue, and the irreparable harm done to nursing home residents in our community, throughout New York.”

Former Governor George Pataki has called for an investigation as well, characterizing Cuomo’s handling of covid 19 in nursing homes as a “disaster.”

Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis (R-Staten Island) has called for a federal investigation.

Another  major question that must be investigated is the refusal of the state to allow nursing homes to send patients with covid 19 symptoms to hospitals for appropriate treatment. One of the worst hit nursing homes is the Cobble Hill Care Center in Brooklyn which has had at least 55 residents die. As early as April 9 administrators pleaded with state officials to allow patients suspected of having covid 19 to go to hospitals but were denied.

Remember the only reason New Yorkers lost their right to a religious exemption from vaccine mandates to attend school was because Cuomo decided it was politically advantageous for him to do so. Prior to his belated, but decisive, involvement in the effort to repeal the religious exemption last June, it was clear that there were not enough votes to pass the measure in the Assembly. Cuomo cut deals and twisted arms to make it happen and it did.

If you cannot get a medical exemption from a vaccine mandate to attend school for your child, Cuomo is responsible for that as well. He allowed practices to develop that made getting an exemption exceedingly difficult, and then had the state regulations re-written last summer to allow exemptions almost exclusively in situations when a child has already had a documented near-death, anaphylactic reaction to a previous shot. The need to prevent injury was completely discarded and replaced with a policy that only allows avoiding re-injury in very limited cases.

Please share this message with friends and family and please share on social networks while we still can. And if you support the news, information and advocacy offered by the Autism Action Network please support us with a donation at https://grouprev.com/autismcommunitywalk2020-AutismActionNetwork

Cuomo Sees End to In-Person Schooling in New York

Working with Bill Gates to Out Source Education and Make Remote Learning Permanent

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Read Part 2 hereDoes Brad Hoylman Want to End In-Person Education?

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May 5, 2020 — The insanity and ignorance of Andrew Cuomo knows no bottom.

At his presser today Cuomo wondered why we even have children go to school anymore, and that he is partnering with Bill Gates to outsource public education and expand remote learning in New York. Perhaps Cuomo hasn’t heard the stories of morbidly depressed students, locked at home who feel they have to teach themselves even when their teacher is on the other end of the screen staring back at them, doing everything they can to reach that child.

Maybe Cuomo hasn’t heard about the children who have killed themselves due to the lockdown, such as 12-year-old Hayden Hunstable, whose father has publicly blamed his son’s suicide on the isolation inflicted on him by the lockdown.

“You have kids who can’t go run off their energy in PE class. They can’t get that one hug from their teacher that they needed,” said Hayden’s father, Brad Hunstable, in a Facebook video he posted in honor or his son’s memory.

COVID isolation is real – Hayden Hunstable commits suicide

15-year-old commits suicide likely over stress from coronavirus lockdown

Coronavirus: Teen dies after suicide attempt due to isolation

Coronavirus: Mental health incidents rising during UK lockdown, police say

Haunting photos of family on coronavirus lockdown walk days before murder-suicide

Maybe Cuomo has no clue of the benefit that face-to-face, human interaction has on children and human beings in general.

Maybe Cuomo has no idea how easy it is for children to not show up to school on remote learning platforms, or how easy it is for students to “leave” or “cut class.”

Maybe Cuomo doesn’t know, or doesn’t care, about the stress and burden remote learning has put on parents.

Maybe Cuomo doesn’t know how horrible it is for children who have pedophiles in their homes, and school was their only escape; the only place where maybe, just maybe, one day they would find an adult who cared enough to listen between their words and make a call to ACS that would save and change their lives forever.

Maybe Cuomo doesn’t know how horrible it is for children who have physical abusers in their homes, and (insert everything said from last paragraph)

Maybe Cuomo doesn’t know that children with disabilities despise remote learning; they gain nothing and lose so much.

Maybe Cuomo doesn’t know that Bill Gates has recently admitted Common Core – which is the baby of Gates himself – was and is a massive failure. But don’t worry, Gates has a plan for that. And tell me again – why the hell are we going to listen to a plan to fix a problem from the problem-maker!?

Cuomo is the man who called himself “the most progressive Governor” in the history of New York. There is nothing, absolutely nothing “progressive” with expanding remote learning in New York. This is a regressive, anti-child, anti-Union, anti-middle class tactic.

Cuomo – riddle me this: will children still have to adhere to your Draconian vaccination laws – that allow for no personal or religious exemptions – if they aren’t attending school?

Black and Brown COVID Patients Left to “Rot and Die” says Nurse

“No one cares because they are all minorities and we are in the f#cking hood!”

May 5, 2020 — A nurse named Nicole Sirotek at an NYC Hospital treating minority COVID-19 patients says her ICU has a 100% death rate, and that “No one cares because they are all minorities and we are in the f#cking hood.” She says these patients are not dying from COVID, but from multiple forms of medical malpractice she believes could be charged as murder.

The NY Post has recently confirmed Sirotek was working at Elmhurst hospital in Queens, NY, but was subsequently transferred after she posted her tearful video on youtube. Watch the video for yourself at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=CvhTQV5FNUE&feature=emb_logo

In a report titled Medical Protocols Killed More New Yorkers Than COVID-19 I have already documented the following:

  • COVID-19 patients are being placed on ventilators too frequently
  • This has led to an 80 to 90% death rate for COVID patients on ventilators
  • Hospitals can’t be sued if a ventilators kill a COVID patient due to the PREP Act
  • Frontline Doctors like Dr. Kyle-Sidell have blown the whistle on this

This nurse is not from New York. She is a volunteer transplant who came to NY when the call was put out for nurses to come help with NYC’s COVID disaster. We have heard plenty – including from Governor Cuomo himself – how minorities in New York are suffering and dying from COVID far more than others. It appears that has less to do with COVID and much more to do with Cuomo’s hospital system – which is currently run by him and NYDOH Commissioner Howard Zucker.

Cuomo and Zucker need to be investigated, pronto!

This video will likely be scrubbed from youtube soon. I already know people who are posting the video on other web platforms and you should do that too if you can. It is possible this may be an important piece of evidence moving forward. I had previously written in this post that we had sources working to authenticate this video; it appears the NY Post has been able to do that.

When I watch this nurse break down into tears and tell all of the ways she has seen Black & Brown COVID patients die of malpractice it starts to become painfully, heart-breakingly clear to me why so many front line workers facing the COVID crisis are committing suicide.

More updates soon.

NY Post covers Youtube video:

Dictator Cuomo Will Remove People From Their Homes

Brad Hoylman is fine with this – VOTE HIM OUT!

Vote for Liz Glass on November 3rd

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April 28, 2020 — If you test positive for coronavirus in New York after the “shelter-in place” order is lifted in your region local authorities could remove you from your home, based on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plan to reopen sections of New York. It is listed as point #7:

7. Isolation Facilities: Regions must present plans to have rooms available for people who test positive for COVID-19 and who cannot self-isolate.

Will this be mandatory? Forced?

Dr. Michael Ryans of the World Health Organization (WHO) recently stated that “family members” – including children – may be forcibly removed from their homes and isolated if they test positive for the novel coronavirus. Tucker Carlson reported on this recently:

Does Cuomo plan on following the WHO/China model of forcibly removing people from their family homes? This is tyranny. It should be up to the family what does and does not happen to the family members within that household, not the state. New Yorkers have close to no recourse they can take to stop this. Governor Cuomo has “emergency powers” until April of 2021. The Senate and Assembly voted overwhelmingly to hand over virtually all authority to him, and King Cuomo certainly has become the end-all authority in New York.