Thursday, August 10, 2017

Flushing candidates speak at BFHA

Above is footage of the Broadway-Flushing Homeowner's Night. Paul Vallone, Paul Graziano and Alison Tan speak on these videos.

In related news, I received this...

A personal message from Paul Graziano:

As a candidate for City Council, I take the election process very seriously. This is why I began my court action against my opponent, Paul Vallone, as I discovered during the petitioning process that his campaign had conducted a program of massive fraud and forgery.

While I have found clear and disturbing evidence over the past few weeks that supports my claims, it is with great reluctance that I ended my court challenge today, due to lack of campaign funds; although I have received the maximum amount of public matching funds - $100,000 - this funding cannot be spent on legal action, particularly related to challenging the validity of an opponent's petitions.

Therefore, I have decided to release all of my detailed findings to the public, as I believe the residents and voters of the 19th Council District deserve to know how Paul Vallone and his campaign have obtained access to the Democratic Party ballot.

Please join my attorney, Martin E. Connor and me for a press conference to be held at 146-24 32nd Avenue on Monday, August 14th at 1pm where we will present our findings and discuss our next steps.

Paul Graziano, Democratic candidate for 19th Council District
Martin Connor, Esq., election law attorney

Presentation of our findings and discussion of our next steps re: allegations against Vallone campaign

146-24 32nd Avenue, Flushing

Monday, August 14, 1pm

Stay tuned! Sounds like it's just about to get really interesting.


Anonymous said...

Paul G, you knew when you instituted the lawsuit that it would be a costly challenge.

Anonymous said...

Great. More weekday mid-day events that working people cannot attend. Send my regards.

Anonymous said...

"Great. More weekday mid-day events that working people cannot attend."

Maybe it's just the matinee?

Anonymous said...

Wow, not only do these rules keep knocking qualified candidates off the ballot, but you can't even use it against the machine because it's too expensive for anyone else to enforce.

Anonymous said...

With all due respect, why would you hold such conference during a time that the residences can actually attend? We are working individuals and will not be able to contribute in anyway if we cannot be present there at the meeting. Why not reschedule to 7pm? Please?

Anonymous said...

where is the Special Counsel for Queens Political Parties ?

Anonymous said...

More weekday mid-day events that working people cannot attend.

I think candidates choose mid-day events in order to get coverage from the local newspapers, which can then reach not only people who missed it because they had to work, but also others who were not even aware of the subject of the event.

Anonymous said...

Let's hope that the court of public opinion does their job when the forgeries come out next week and on September 12 they VOTE FOR GRAZIANO. Enough is enough our homes are being destroyed when will the people get it?

JQ LLC said...

These hearings should be held after work. And Election Day, including primaries, should be paid days off.

M. How said...

JQ LLC said... "These hearings should be held after work. And Election Day, including primaries, should be paid days off."

If our political machines did what is a logical change to encourage and allow all registered voters to participate, then the political machines would not have the upper hand and the millions of dollars spent to elect the chosen candidate of the prevailing party would have no effect. This is the reason why the SHEEPLE continually "vote in" the same crooked politicians every time. Again, remember: Money talks and the entrenched continue to rule.

Anonymous said...

❝If a plant cannot live according to its nature, it dies; and so a man.❞ ―Henry David Thoreau, Civil Disobedience and Other Essays

❝Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.❞ ―John F. Kennedy Jr.

The hyper-corrupt, entrenched, establishment-rigged, money addicted powers that be are all willing to wait until all hell finally breaks loose again (and it will), so that they can impose martial law upon our citizenry, thereby nullifying all pretense of democracy, which is an illusion (along with help and government trust), as well as honest, ethical, inclusionary, NOT FOR SALE leadership (that leads by example), and once the revolution breaks out――it will not be televised!

What both angers and saddens me (to volcanic effect!), is to witness every single, publicly elected impostor wearing the American flag pinned to their oily lapels, whilst taking every vile and insidious action to so completely betray flag, country and Constitution with impunity――that they now DEVALUE honesty itself――to pathologically high treasonous, traitorous and tyrannical effect!

And, the public be eternally duped, bilked, scammed, SCARRED FOR LIFE, and damned!

Men have been hanged for LESS!

Anonymous said...

On September 12 we will all vote for Paul Graziano.

Jerry Rotondi said...

What a pack of lies Vallone was spewing. I was there.

Anonymous said...

Vallone is such a real estate pig it's ridiculous. He talks around in circles but says nothing substantial. Graziano and Avella are the ONLY reason that R1 and R2A actually exist.

Voting for Vallone is like voting for REBNY.

Also, the young lady running for the other district said she has experienced gender discrimination. I assume:
1. She identifies as female and not "gender fluid" or "non binary" or "gender dysphyoric"
2. That the discrimination took place here in the states where discrimination is illegal, and not in China or Korea, where feminists are put in prison.
3. She never actually mentioned the outcome of her gender discrimination tale, and maybe we should ask her.

Anonymous said...

Dem.liberals are now "BOLSHEVIKS":Savage Nation.