A fraction of elected officials and law enforcement have spoken publicly about the Social Media password Bill that will impact millions in NY State. The fate of this Bill, and impact to citizens, remains dubious at best.
Councilman-elect Livingston appears willing to steal power from City Council and the Mayor, even before being sworn in. A troubling trend of actions from a politician with a troubling past.
A response to State Senator Kevin Parker defense of Social Media Password Bill. Expanding on the flaws of the Bill, danger to public, and State Senator Akshar’s thoughts. Because this Bill had the luck of having a click-bait friendly title to draw interest. The next abuse of power won’t.
The power of the public does not end with an election tally. You can still affect which laws are passed or not. Even if politicians don’t want you to do so.
Government would never abuse its power like that, you say. Corruption like that could never happen, not in New York State, you say. Read the State Senate Bill and try to say that again.
Imagine the Government, reading every email, text, and internet search you make. All to prove you are unworthy of Rights the Government can’t grant or create. A web that includes everyone you know. Now realize that this is exactly what is planned for 2019.
Transcript of intended speech given to Americans for Restoring the Constitution at Vestal Public Library about post mortem of 2018 mid-term elections
The tone of the 2019 NY State Senate has now been defined with proposed legislation S09191. That tone is one of fear and persecution of firearm owners.
Touching on what Youtube considers taboo (without cause), we discuss the similarities of the anime Goblin Slayer and the results of the 2018 mid-term elections. Unwarranted censorship will not stop us from making a comparison in themes and results.
A rarely used term in elections is the Affidavit ballot, sometimes called a Provisional ballot. What is that? How is it counted, who makes it? Will this relatively unknown part of the election process change who will represent the public, or has it already?