PRESS RELEASE: Pro-TRUMP vs. Impeach Trump Rally -Buffalo NY 21 July 2019

Contact: United For Trump 2020 on Facebook
Rus Thompson, Co-Organizer
JULY 20, 2019

Pro-TRUMP Gathering Counter-Protest vs. Impeach Trump Rally
in Buffalo NY on July 21, 2019 at 1:00 pm
Bidwell Parkway and Colonial Circle

In response to Grand Island Supervisor and former NY-27 Congressional District candidate Nate MacMurray’s call to impeach the POTUS, many groups felt compelled to counter-protest in response, including (listed alphabetically):
Buffalo and Western New York for Trump
Long Island President Trump Train
Make New York Red
Make New York Red Again
New York For Trump
New York State 2A Forum
Tea New York and who are all united under one group called
United for Trump 2020

Many others across the State of New York share their love and respect for President Donald J. Trump including the 46 of 62 counties that voted for him and the 47 that voted against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. We represent all those who could not be present.

President Trump made promises and kept them. From the highest GDP to the lowest
unemployment ever, providing relief from tax and regulatory burden to honoring our Military, Police and service agencies, and from making peace with foreign dictators to strengthening our religious liberties and Constitutional protections, President Trump is anything but a disgrace. He is an honorable man, and the massive misinformation campaign to discredit him and those who support him is a pathological, destructive force that preys upon the under-informed, and is antithetical to civil liberty and natural rights.

In the spirit of peaceful disagreement Nate MacMurray will meet with political activist Rus
Thompson halfway, express their considerable friendship and mutually disagree. In light of some prevalent violence perpetrated by groups like Antifa and almost exclusively by the Left, we encourage others to similarly seek common ground or just walk away. Lawlessness is not an option and people can coexist, even across great ideological divides.


Prepared by, celebrating 10 years in 2019 as a New York Tea Party. As America was founded upon free market principles we reject socialism with responsible exceptions; We support the free exchange of ideas, the targeted suppression of which has currently become a disturbing norm; We support a fast-track to citizenship for “law abiding” Illegals and refugees in the US, Asylum for non-criminals, and do forcefully implore the allocation of proper resources to complete the wall, so that we may adequately address the problems that have developed from an open border; and we support strengthening and expediting the legal immigration process.

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Dear Sister,

Dear Sister,

It has become impossible for me to continue this discussion on social media, it just doesn’t seem right to have such vehement disagreements in a public forum, especially among sisters. And so I invite you here.

I’m continually struck by your regular accusations of every last Trump voter including your family to be guilty of the most horrendous things. We don’t love endless wars nor do we support genocidal maniacs. And since you’ve been gone 35+ years and I live in, I can assure you no one here in your family actively engages in polluting the planet. In fact we’re all really quite the opposite.

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Erie County NY Democrat Commissioner Jeremy Zellner Violating Election Law?

Erie County NY Board of Elections

Commissioner Jeremy Zellner

James J. Eagan

June 10th, 2019

Open Letter to Erie County Democrats

Dear fellow Democrats:

As reported by the Buffalo News this past Sunday, I filed a complaint with the Erie County Board of Elections regarding possible campaign finance violations by the Erie County Democratic Committee. Here is a link to a copy of the complaint for your review. Click here to view complaint

Please note the following:

  • Commissioner Zellner refused to forward the complaint to the investigative division of the NYS board of Elections for review.

  • Commissioner Zellner insists that he is not conflicted.

  • Commissioner Zellner’s excuse is “clerical error” (dating back to 2012)

  • There are credit card payments totaling $201,743.47. Only $101,813.14 of charges are accounted for and itemized. There are $105,930.53 of charges not accounted for.

  • There are loan payments to M&T back dating back to 2012 and being made this year (from the Housekeeping account) that have never been listed as a liability on any filing.

  • Commissioner Zellner made sure there was no clerical error relating the loan his own campaign committee made to the Party committee for $25,000.

  • ECDC’s 2018 32 Day Pre-Special Committee Account filing lists a payment to I.C. Systems Inc.a Collection Agency, for $893.71 on 03/09/2018. This liability is not accounted for on any financial filing.

  • Commissioner Zellner failed to itemize expenditures that are over $50. There are 153 expenditures over $50 totaling $49,370.17. As an example, ECDC spent $1,123.35 on 7/12/18, $1,823.69 on 7/13/17 and $2,438.38 on 7/11/16, all filed as unitemized. Where is this money being spent?

Where is the money? How is he spending your donations? We need transparency and accountability.

Jim Eagan

ECDC Bylaws
“Section 1. Full compliance will be held with the disclosure and filling requirements of the New York State Election Law”
“Article 14 and any other applicable law(s); and a biennial financial report of the County Committee shall be prepared and shall be posted on the party’s website with notice thereof to be contained in the meeting notice of the biennial re- organization meeting. Such report shall be prepared by a five (5) member Financial Oversight Subcommittee of the Executive Committee, appointed by the chair and confirmed by the Executive Committee, and shall provide a detailed report on expenditures and receipts, as well as any debts entered into by the Executive Committee including the amounts, parties owed, terms and guarantors, as applicable”

“The Financial Oversight Committee shall also have the power to review or audit the financial affair of the party committee, including the “housekeeping” committee and subordinate committees and shall report, regularly to the Executive Committee about financial issues.”

An audit of the financial records, including the income, expenditures and outstanding liabilities of the party, shall “be conducted by an outside independent firm, on an annual basis, with the report to be submitted to the Executive”

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SSGT David G. Bellavia, Medal of Honor Recipient

Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia Bio Image

Nov. 10, 1975
Lyndonville, New York
June 1999
11B Infantryman
3rd Platoon, Alpha Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division
Kosovo 2003, Operation Iraqi Freedom I, II

Staff Sgt. David G. Bellavia was born, Nov. 10, 1975, in Buffalo, New York. The son of a successful dentist and the youngest of four boys, Bellavia grew up in western New York and attended Lyndonville Central High School and Houghton Academy.
Following his high school graduation in 1994, Bellavia attended Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire, and the University at Buffalo, where he studied biology and theater before turning to the military.

Bellavia enlisted in the U.S. Army as an infantryman in 1999. After One Station Unit Training, the Army assigned Bellavia to the Syracuse Recruiting Battalion; an assignment which allowed his infant son to receive the medical care he needed. In 2001, Bellavia had to choose between changing his military occupational specialty, submitting a hardship discharge, or remaining as an infantryman and leaving his family for 36 months on an unaccompanied tour to Germany.

After the terror attacks on 9/11, Bellavia felt his country needed him and chose to stay and fight. That sense of duty had been ingrained in Bellavia since he was a child by his grandfather, Joseph Brunacini, who served in the Army during the Normandy Campaign in World War II and earned a Bronze Star for his valor.

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The Spirit of Death vs the Spirit of Life

by Sulaf Aragain – May 10, 2019

It’s difficult to fully grasp the spirit of violent death, devastation and despair, strong enough to command a following, summon and demand an army carry out its plague of tragedy and destruction, worldwide, as Islam does.  Centuries old grudges consistently lay bare to a most oppressive form of retribution. Any civilized society is wise to reject such blight on the human race.

Death at the hands of humans for sins committed is as unnatural as not being permitted to walk outside on a warm day in a short sleeved shirt, and feel the warmth of the sun on your face and unclad head. It is as invasive and deviant as another human deeming my otherwise harmless personal sin worthy of death and finding it acceptable to throw me off a cliff. As vile and horrific as putting on your Sunday best to celebrate your Savior’s resurrection from the dead, only to be exploded into pieces as you sing loving hymns. As cruel and spiteful as having a deep appreciation of the history and architecture of churches only to wake up one day to find one of man’s most beautiful renditions burnt to the ground. As ghastly as taking a fine group of young men in search of work to help their families, lining them up on a beach and cutting off their heads.

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Time To Turn the G-Men Loose On Trump Accusers

Time To Turn the G-Men Loose On Trump Accusers

The Mueller Report, despite the best efforts of the chief author and his partisan investigative staff, is a bone-crushing defeat for the president’s enemies. There is not a whit of evidence that any American collaborated with any Russian to alter the results of the 2016 presidential election, and there is extensive evidence that the Trump campaign was the subject of enticements to collaborate and rebuffed all of them at all levels.

The laborious bulk of Mr. Mueller’s minute description of completely inconsequential twists and turns in his investigation leaves the reader in no doubt of his thoroughness, and in no doubt of the complete absence of any case that could be made for collusion, let alone cooperation in an actual crime of attempting to influence the election illegally.

As there is clearly no excuse for the special counsel to have been established, Mr. Mueller devotes the second half of his report to an effort to scratch together a virtual justification for it, by leading the reader through another maze to imply that there might be a conceivable case against the president for obstruction of justice. He acknowledges that he does not have a clear idea of the president’s motives, and so cannot judge if there was a corrupt motive, but cannot exonerate him either.

This is a reprehensibly unjust and shabby device. A special counsel is not in the exoneration business. If he thinks he has evidence of a crime by an incumbent president, that reaches the point of being beyond a reasonable doubt, he recommends impeachment. By this standard, nobody could ever be exonerated of anything—all you could say is that you don’t have enough, or in the case of collusion with Russia, any, evidence.
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Autopsy of a Dead Coup

by Victor Davis Hanson
Feb 17 2019

The illegal effort to destroy the 2016 Trump campaign by Hillary Clinton campaign’s use of funds to create, disseminate among court media, and then salt among high Obama administration officials, a fabricated, opposition smear dossier failed.

So has the second special prosecutor phase of the coup to abort the Trump presidency failed. There are many elements to what in time likely will become recognized as the greatest scandal in American political history, marking the first occasion in which U.S. government bureaucrats sought to overturn an election and to remove a sitting U.S. president.

Preparing the Battlefield
No palace coup can take place without the perception of popular anger at a president.

The deep state is by nature cowardly. It does not move unless it feels it can disguise its subterranean efforts or that, if revealed, those efforts will be seen as popular and necessary—as expressed in tell-all book titles such as fired FBI Directors James Comey’s Higher Loyalty or in disgraced Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe’s psychodramatic The Threat.

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