Fed Up Democrat Endorses Jo Jorgensen for President

A Vote for Jorgensen is a vote AGAINST Forced Vaccination

Official campaign website – https://jo20.com/

October 27, 2020 — If you are in a swing state, perhaps you will want to ignore this endorsement.

For everyone in New York and other non-swing states I enthusiastically endorse Libertarian Party Candidate Jo Jorgensen for President of the United States. I wanted to endorse the Green Party’s Howie Hawkins, who has a decent position when it comes to the coming COVID vaccine. However it is nowhere near as clear and simple as Jorgensen’s position.

There is no single issue more important in America today than forced vaccination mandates. Trump is warp speeding over 100 COVID vaccines that could prove extremely dangerous with plans to use the military to deploy one of those vaccines. Biden is saying one of Trump’s as-of-yet-non-existent COVID vaccines should be mandatory.

Both these positions are just bonkers to me!

Jo Jorgensen is plain and simple when it comes to vaccination: we all have different positions and perspectives on health and vaccination, so let each individual decide for themselves. I do not agree with every position Jorgensen or the Libertarian Party holds, but in 2020 that is irrelevant. The “TOO BIG TO FAIL” COVID vaccine is too big of a threat. Jorgensen has been very intelligently making sure to discuss her position on vaccination loud and clear every chance she gets.

When John Gilmore of Autism Action Network released an action alert recently to email every Presidential candidate asking them to oppose mandatory COVID vaccination, I completed that action. Only one campaign emailed me back, and that was Jorgensen’s campaign. Recently Jorgensen was interviewed by Bret Weinstein on his DARK HORSE podcast; she made sure to state her clear stance against vaccine mandates within the first 5 minutes of the interview.

If you vote for Jorgensen, you are sending a clear message that you are against forced medical procedures and fully support health freedom. For years the goal of the Libertarian (and Green) party has been to get 5% of the national presidential vote. If they get that they become eligible for federal funds which will greatly increase their reach and exposure in the American body politic. If this goal is finally reached this year it will be clear that Jorgensen’s bold position against vaccination mandates played a major role in that victory.

Watch Jorgensen’s interview on Bret Weinstein’s DARK HOSE podcast HERE

For NEW YORK voters – find my local election advice HERE & HERE

AND ALL MANHATTAN DISTRICT 27 VOTERS, DO NOT FORGET TO WRITE IN ELIZABETH GLASS for NY Senate. Her opponent Brad Hoylman will force every New Yorker to inject the COVID vaccine – GET RID OF HIM!!!

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

Statement From Liz Glass

August 8, 2020

***Written by Liz Glass***

Hi, I’m Liz Glass a candidate for NYS Senate in Manhattan’s District 27.

I have been busy this last week, tying up loose ends with the Board of Elections. 

Unfortunately, due to a limited number of volunteers and a short window of time, the campaign received many, many signatures, but not enough.

But…never say die. After deep contemplation and with absolute resolve I am moving forward as a write-in candidate to ensure our voices are heard, and I ask for your support in doing so. 

Certainly our voices in New York City need to heard now more than ever. On August 5, 2020 Mayor Bill DiBlasio set up military-style COVID-19 checkpoints at major bridge and tunnel crossings. 

Providing no scientific justification for the decision, DiBlasio said (quote) that travelers coming in from the 35 states with high COVID 19 infection rates would be given information about the quarantine with failure to comply resulting in fines (up to) 10,000 dollars.

The COVID-19 virus is serious, and my heart goes out to those who have lost loved ones. With that said, it is imperative we honor their memory by making decisions going forward based on facts, and not fear. 

The high COVID-19 infection rates that you hear about in the mainstream media are due to higher rates of testing, NOT fatalities. Also, according to the CDC, COVID-19 has a survival rate of 99.96%. 

In April governor of Rhode Island also had COVID-19 checkpoints, which Gov. Cuomo called “unconstitutional” and the ACLU is suing Rhode Island because of it. 

I contacted the ACLU in New York whose director Donna Lieberman responded: “It’s concerning that the Mayor’s announcement comes with few details on what will happen at checkpoints and how people’s sensitive information will be protected.”

Here are my questions: 

1. Can a “State of Emergency” allow the government to suspend our constitutional rights? (The answer: No!)

2. According to the NY Times, roughly one-third of the city’s 240,000 small businesses may never reopen. So far, those businesses have shed 520,000 jobs. We must reopen the economy. Why is DiBlasio sabotaging people’s ability to visit New York? 

3. NYC Sheriff Joseph Fucito is overseeing the checkpoints. Sheriff in the United States swear an oath to uphold the constitution. According to Cuomo, these checkpoints are unconstitutional. Sheriff Fucito’s number is 212 487 9734, and the National Sheriffs’ Association is 800.424.7827, if you care to share your opinion about their colleague.

There will also be quarantine checkpoints for inter-state travelers at Penn Station and Port Authority, which will be overseen by the test and tracing program’s executive director Dr. Ted Long. 

Contact tracing involves the government following you via an app on your phone. The app determines if you have come into contact with an individual – family, friend, or stranger – who tests positive for COVID-19. The app shares your location and medical information with the government, and NYS’s 17,000 contact tracers who are paid $50,000 per year will require you to quarantine for 14 days. According to the Epoch Times “The city’s Test and Trace program is providing free meals, hotel rooms, and other services to people who are undergoing the mandatory quarantine. Workers have made more than 86,000 phone calls, and sent more than 20,000 texts, and “if we can’t get through to you on the phone, we’ve deployed teams that are now knocking on your door to check in with you and make sure you are safe,” according to Dr. Long. 

New York had a 6 to 8 billion dollar deficit before COVID-19, and according to the Washington Examiner, New York faces a budget deficit of $30 billion over the next two years. Businesses are going under; so tax revenue is disappearing. 

Question: we are paying $850,000,000 for the salaries of these contact tracers, as well as hotel expenses for out-of-state residents. for a virus with a .04% death rate? Where is the money coming from for this program, and what is the true purpose of the program? 

On June 16, I posted a video on social media “Will NY Schools Reopen?” Cuomo indicated that if schools can reopen, contact tracing would be mandatory. In that video I asked questions, and will repeat those questions here:

What if the contact tracer determines that you need to quarantine for 14 days, but you have family or children and only one bathroom. What happens to the children? 

It appears that contact tracing would necessitate family separations, including children. I will post in the comment section contact information and social media accounts for Governor Cuomo, Mayor DiBlasio, and Dr. Long.  Please ask these public servants for clarification. 

Thank you for tuning in. I’m Liz Glass, a candidate for NYS Senate in Manhattan’s District 27. Because we are stronger together, and all of us – particularly our children – need to be protected, and are essential. 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/smallbusiness/covid-19-shuttered-more-than-1-million-small-businesses-here-is-how-five-survived/ar-BB17r7co%3Fli%3DBBnb7Kz

NYCLU’s Donna Lieberman: “It’s concerning that the Mayor’s announcement comes with few details on what will happen at checkpoints and how people’s sensitive information will be protected. Calling a law enforcement action a public health measure does not make it one. We know that law enforcement should not have any role in contact tracing – it is ineffective and raises serious questions on inequitable enforcement and what information will be mandated.”

To reach Governor Cuomo: https://www.governor.ny.gov/content/governor-contact-form

1-518-474-8390

https://www.facebook.com/GovernorAndrewCuomo/
Twitter: @nygovcuomo 

To contact Mayor DiBlasio:

https://www1.nyc.gov/office-of-the-mayor/mayor-contact.page

@nycmayor 

To reach Dr. Ted Long:
PressOffice@nychhc.org To reach Dr. Ted Long

https://www.facebook.com/NYCHealthSystem
NYC Health + Hospitals: @NYCHealthSystem

NYC Sheriff Fucito’s number is 212 487 9734, and the National Sheriffs’ Association is 800.424.7827. 

https://www.theepochtimes.com/new-york-city-setting-up-checkpoints-in-bid-to-limit-ccp-virus-spread_3451071.html

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/politics/cuomo-federal-government-needs-to-fill-new-yorks-budget-gap

Liz Glass Needs Your Help Now!

Volunteers Needed to Get Signatures

To Run as Independent Against Brad Hoylman in NYC!

From Elizabeth Glass

July 23 2020 — Dear Glass for Senate Supporters,

WE’RE FORGING AHEAD! It’s time to take back our freedoms.

With the recent in-person primary results – receiving over 30% of the vote with dramatically less resources than my opponent – this campaign has proven that I am a viable candidate in the general election in November. 

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS to collect signatures to get my name on the ballot as an Independent candidate. We will be hitting the streets every day until the Wednesday, July 29th deadline. We need THOUSANDS of signatures so we NEED ALL HANDS ON DECK.

Please email info@glassforsenate.com and join the Glass for Senate Telegram Channel at https://glassforsenate.social/Telegram for alerts, directions, and communication.

If you are unable to volunteer but know people in the district – which includes Chelsea, Greenwich Village, East Village, Stuyvesant Town, Peter Cooper Village, Hell’s Kitchen, Times Square, Columbus Circle, Midtown East, and UWS – please contact them and ask if they would consider signing. Map of the NY Senate District 27: https://glassforsenate.social/DistrictMaps

Also, please consider donating to the campaign by clicking HERE

Or use this link to donate: https://secure.anedot.com/glass-for-senate/general-election-caf134007b96bf0537d5c 

About masks: collecting signatures requires you to be less than six feet of others. As a Glass for Senate volunteer, if you are getting close to people without a mask, I can be reported to the police and my campaign can be banned. No one out representing my campaign can be out without a face covering.

Many wear a bandana around their neck, and pull it up when they can not maintain six feet of distance from others. If you do not have one, we can provide you with a new bandana.  

For ardent non-mask wearers, there are other ways you can volunteer. 

MEETING TIMES: TBD

MEETING PLACE: TBD (Go to the vicinity of 543 East 11th Street NYC, near Avenue B. It is near a church. Please DO NOT contact the church.)

The Glass for Senate talking points: 

• Supports Keeping Schools Open

• Opposes to Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine

• Opposes Orwellian Contact Tracing

• Stands with NYCHA Tenants

• Demands Businesses be Permitted to Reopen

• Incentivize Entrepreneurship to Rebuild Economy

• Demands Transparency of Financial Statements

• Supports Intelligent Bail Reform for Safer Streets

• Seeks to Stop 5G

• Establish NOT OK (New Outlook Towards Our Kids) Task Force: Why do 54% of children have a neurological or autoimmune disorder?

Website: http://glassforsenate.com/

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