Author: Gerard Kassar

Chairman Kassar’s wrap up includes the effort in NYC for non-citizens to vote, the Governor’s expensive budget and the ongoing impeachment scam.

New York City Council Introduces bill allowing non-citizens to vote in elections

Thursday, New York City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez (D-Manhattan) sent a clear message that citizenship doesn’t matter when he introduced a bill giving  non-citizens the right to vote in city wide elections.

Councilman Rodriguez and his ultra-left-wing colleagues, in attempting to allow non-citizens to vote in New York City elections, are devaluing the votes of American citizens residing in our city. What incentives remain to live, work and raise a family in New York City?

Though some Democratic Councilmen have come out against the bill, it reportedly has legitimate support in the Council and could potentially add 500,000-1,000,000 non-citizens to the voter rolls.

“It’s not progressive to tell legal residents of the United States that citizenship has no value,” said Councilman Kalman Yeger (D-Brooklyn).

Councilman Robert Holden (D-Queens) added “I’m against any non-citizen voting. That’s our basic right that we’ve earned as citizens.”

The Conservative Parties five NY City county organizations, as well as the State Conservative Party, have come out strongly against this bill.

Hold Onto Your Wallets

 It took 11 budget addresses for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to finally admit that New York has a tax and spend problem. We could have told you that from day 1.

While the national economy soars, New York is staring down the barrel of a $10 billion budget deficit. Who’s going to help make up that deficit? YOU, the taxpayer; thanks to the addition of $2 billion dollars in additional tax revenue. Billions of dollars in new taxes and fees, where have I heard that before?

Meanwhile, in his “effort” to make New York more sustainable, Governor Cuomo plans to cut services and hike health insurance taxes to combat the state’s staggering $6 billion Medicaid budget deficit.

The Empire Center’s, Bill Hammond, told the Daily News of the trouble this could cause businesses and residents who could potentially have the burden placed on their shoulders. “In his remark’s he mentioned that ‘industry revenue’ could be one way to close the gap, and when his budget director was asked about it, he did not rule it out,” he said.

Revenue has been better than expected, but we continue to run in the red due to out of control spending. Now, we are facing our worst fiscal problem since the recession of 2010, all while our Governor continues to make empty promises, forcing New Yorkers to flee for greener financial pastures in tax friendlier states.

New York was one of only ten states who lost population in 2019.  In total 1,379,210 residents have left the state since 2010.

Impeachment Sham Now in the Senate

After a delay from Speaker Pelosi, the articles of impeachment were finally sent to the United States Senate. As you can imagine, it continues to be a waste of time and taxpayer dollars, this time just in different chambers.

Democrats have spent a majority of their time calling on witnesses to testify, but Leader Mitch McConnell set forth rules stating the discussion of having witnesses will happen, but only after six days of opening arguments by House Impeachment manager, Rep. Adam Schiff, and President Trump’s team, including NY Rep. Elise Stefanik. Democrats need four Republican Senators to reach the majority of 51 votes to allow for witnesses.

House Democrats failed to make a case for impeachment, but they did, perhaps unintentionally, prove one thing. They do not believe their party has the ability to defeat President Trump at the polls this November.

Speaker Pelosi, Rep. Nadler and company must continue these games in an effort to try and distract the American electorate from the facts. Our economy is on fire, unemployment rates are the lowest they have ever been for African Americans and Hispanics, and overall at a 50 year low. People have more money in their pockets, feel safer, and have a sense of pride in being an American again.

President Trump has worked vigorously for the American people. I look forward to Senate Republicans and Leader McConnell making quick work of this sham impeachment so that our Federal Representatives can get back to doing what we sent them to Washington, D.C. to do: represent the people.

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Chairman Kassar’s wrap up includes the State of the State, President Trump and the Middle East as well as Criminal Justice Reform

State of the State Address

 Governor Cuomo gave his annual State of the State address Tuesday and as we feared, we are in for another long year

The Governors perennial window dressing ignored that, for much of New York, there’s nothing left in the store. Families are leaving in record numbers because the state is becoming more and more unaffordable, with crippling taxes making it harder and harder to get ahead.

Staring down the barrel of a $6 billion budget deficit, Governor Cuomo is proposing billions in new spending while Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie proposes new taxes. Thing’s don’t get better for small business owners or small property owners as the Democratic State Legislature has made the ability to improve existing properties or build additional ones, much more difficult.

To add injury to insult, all common sense appears to be lost as violent criminals and anti-Semites are being released onto the street without bail hours after committing heinous crimes.

New York is a rudderless ship taking on water under Democratic leadership. It will take all of us to ensure a mutiny of common sense leadership is brought back to New York State.

Iran Escalates Conflict in Middle East

 Last week, President Trump drew his red line in the sand and enforced it when he ordered the air strike that killed Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani, a terrorist directly responsible for over 600 American casualties. Soleimani was a murderous thug that posed a direct threat to the United States and the Middle East.

In response to the attack that killed Soleimani, Iran launched 12 missiles on bases used by U.S. troops in Iraq. Thankfully, no American lives were lost in the attack.

“We didn’t start it”, President Trump said. “They started it by killing one of our people and wounding badly other of our people. So that you call retribution.”

Iran would be smart to heed the warning of the President and numerous other military officials. It is clear President Trump is a man of his word when he says he will protect Americans at all costs.

Thursday, we learned the Iranian’s may have another issue. During Tuesdays attack, a Ukrainian passenger plane carrying 176 crashed shortly after takeoff. Now, intelligence reports from both the United States and Canada, suggest the airliner was shot down by an Iranian surface-to-air missile. Iranian officials have refused to turn over the black box recordings to investigators.

Democratic Sponsored Bail Reform is Massive Failure in First Week

 Senate and Assembly Democrats touted the importance and significance of their bail and discovery reform legislation over the course of the last year. In the ten days since the new law took effect, they have failed miserably while putting law abiding citizens in harm.

Conveniently enough, Governor Cuomo omitted everything regarding bail reform from his State of the State address, while Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie (D-Bronx) disinvited New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio from a reception following the State of the State due to his suggestion that State Democrats re-visit their bail reform legislation.

Republicans from across the Senate and Assembly, including a small number of Democrats, have asked their leaders to consider making changes to the law. Recent comments from Senate Majority Leader Andrew Stewart-Cousins and the actions of Speaker Heastie, make it very clear Democrats are not interested in revising the law.

Since January 1, countless career criminals and violent offenders have been released from jail including Paul Barbaritano, who choked & stabbed a woman to death and admitted to the crime. State Democrats consider this a “non-violent crime”. Thursday, we learned Zachary Gulini would be released from prison this week. Gulini, the owner of a 10-year criminal history, is a violent sex offender who also failed to register as an offender.

We have much to be concerned about this legislative season. I strongly urge you to make sure your local elections matter in 2020.

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Cuomo offers few specifics about addressing deficit

Sanders, Warren: Don’t Roll Back Bail Law

Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s Weekly Wrap-Up for November 15, 2019

Congressman Peter King Announces Retirement

Long time New York Representative and friend of the Conservative Party, Congressman Peter King, announced he will not seek re-election to New York’s 2nd Congressional District in 2020.

Rep. King’s illustrious career includes holding the title of Ranking Member and Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee. He took a leadership role in helping keep New York and America safe following the horrific September, 11th 2001 terrorist attacks.

Most recently, he led a ferocious bipartisan effort that allowed for full funding of the 9/11 Compensation Fund to care for first responders who have developed major illnesses from their time working at Ground Zero.

Rep. King worked tirelessly for his constituents and I wish him the best of luck. Long Island, New York and America will surely miss Peter King. I am proud to call him a friend.

Kangaroo Court Convenes for Impeachment Hearing, Stefanik wins the day.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH 4th District), who was appointed to the House Intelligence Committee last week, led the charge, asking tough questions to Ukraine Ambassador William Taylor and laying into him over his claims that he knew President Trump to be withholding aid as he sought an investigation from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky into Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, and Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company in which Hunter Biden was a board member.

Ambassador Taylor had stated that he had a “clear” understanding that aid would only be released to the Ukraine if President Zelensky requested an investigation into Hunter Biden. Rep. Jordan referred to three meetings that took place between President Zelensky and Ambassador Taylor in which Taylor confirmed “there was not discussion of linkage” between aid and an investigation at any point in those meetings.

“Now, with all due respect, Ambassador, your clear understanding was obviously wrong, because it didn’t happen” Jordan said while Taylor grinned in his direction.

“Ambassador Taylor recalls that Mr. Morrison told Ambassador Taylor that I told Mr. Morrison that I conveyed this message to Mr. Yermak on September 1, 2019, in connection with Vice President Pence’s visit to Warsaw and a meeting with President Zelensky,” Jordan twice read out loud from Ambassador Sondland’s statement.

“We got six people having four conversations in one sentence, and you just told me this is where you got your clear understanding,” Jordan said before confirming with Taylor that he was not on the call between President Trump and President Zelensky.

However, it was not Rep. Jordan who was the strongest voice of the day. Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-C NY 21st District) came out firing and earned high praise from pundits around the country as the most effective questioner of the day.

“Number one, Ukraine received the aid,” and “number two, there was in fact no investigation into Biden,” Stefanik said in her opening.

She did not stop there. She then took on U.S. Diplomat George Kent regarding the corruption at Burisma Holdings, the aforementioned gas company that paid Hunter Biden in excess of $50,000 a month to simply be a member of their board.

Kent, the Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs at the State Department, continued to receive a grilling from Stefanik, “You testified that the issue of corruption in Burisma was in the U.S. interest because, and this is from your deposition, that we had made a commitment to Ukrainian Government in 2014 to try to recover an estimated tens of billions of dollars of stolen assets out of the country.”

“That is, the stolen assets there were in the name of the owner of Burisma,” Kent responded.  “He was the one who we believed had stolen the money.”

Stefanik, staying with the no quid pro quo hardline, and subsequent questions asked of Kent, proved to be more productive than any of her colleagues on Capitol Hill Wednesday.

Stefanik’s intelligence and preparation was on full display. I have come to expect nothing less from our Congresswoman from the North Country.

Governor Cuomo, JCOPE in joint effort to protect Cuomo Advisor Joseph Percoco

 While I have come to expect these types of antics from Governor Cuomo, I am surprised the NYC Joint Commission on Public Ethics would stoop to these levels.

The Times Union reported Wednesday that insiders at JCOPE provided the Governor with information regarding the potential investigation into Joseph Percoco, Cuomo’s top aide. Strong evidence previously showed Percoco to have improperly conducted work out of the governor’s office while not a public employee.

These allegations of a leak come after either a member of Cuomo’s staff, or Cuomo himself, was provided with information regarding a private vote into the decision to investigate Percoco.

JCOPE board member, Julie Garcia, said she was contacted after the board’s vote by a member of State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie’s staff.

“I was alarmed when I was contacted so quickly after that meeting,” Julie Garcia said

“I was being told the governor knew how I voted in executive session, even though I was unable to confirm whether or not the information was accurate.”

One thing we know for certain, Governor Cuomo believes himself to be above the law as evident by his continuous disregard and attitude towards the rules. Yet more reason for Conservatives to rally around our statewide candidates and take back the New York State Senate in 2020.

Adam Schiff cracking under 'point of order' pressure.

Jordan calls Pelosi accusing Trump of bribery 'ridiculous'.

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Cuomo criticized after alleged leak from ethics panel while probing disgraced former aide Joseph Percoco.

IG won't say if Cuomo, Heastie interviewed in ethics' leak probe.

Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s Weekly Wrap-Up for Oct. 18, 2019


The 2019 Conservative Party of New York fall reception will take place on Oct. 24 and feature a keynote speech from Jeanette Nuñez, the Lt. Governor of Florida. It will also feature a celebration of the 25th anniversary of New York Governor George Pataki’s historic electoral victory.

“Jeanette M. Nuñez was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She was elected as Florida’s First Hispanic Female Lieutenant Governor of Florida in 2018. She previously served as a State Representative of the Florida House of Representatives from 2010 to 2018 and was named Speaker Pro Tempore from 2016 to 2018,” the keynote speaker’s bio reads.

Nuñez is a rising star in the Republican Party, serving under Gov. Ron DeSantis in Florida. Gov. DeSantis is a favorite of President Donald Trump, and he has risen to become one of the most conservative heads of state in the entire nation following his electoral victory last year.

“If he was doing a lousy job, I probably wouldn’t have shown up today. But he is doing one of the best jobs in the whole country — Ron DeSantis,” President Trump said during a rally earlier this month.

The event will also honor former Governor George E. Pataki, who was the last Republican elected to lead the state of New York. He defeated Mario Cuomo, the father of the current New York Governor, and served three terms in office from 1995-2006.

Pataki’s valiant leadership helped New York get through the attacks of 9/11, as he and America’s Mayor Rudy Giuliani set an example for strength in the face of tremendous national adversity. He will be honored during the event.

Tickets are still on sale. The event takes place on Thursday, Oct. 24 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel New York Ballroom on the 3rd floor. The address is 811 7th Avenue (between 52nd & 53rd Streets), New York, NY 10019. Please R.S.V.P. as soon as possible. For additional information, you may call 718-921-2158.

You can buy tickets online as well at this link. Don’t miss this incredible event to have a great time with like-minded folks and support the conservative movement in the Empire State!


On Proposal 1, the Conservative Party believes that each portion of this proposed amendment should be a separate proposal. It should be noted that in the past, the ranking system was used in NYC School Board elections which created confusion and lent itself to fraud, therefore a NO vote is strongly recommended.

On Proposal 2, the Conservative Party is opposed to the CCRB and believes that each of these proposed changes to the Civilian Complaint Review Board only further empowers it, therefore a NO vote is recommended.

On Proposal 3, the Conservative Party believes that some of these proposals contained in this initiative have merit and should be adopted, however, it also includes that the citywide director of the Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprise program report directly to the Mayor and be supported by a mayoral office of M/WBE’s and therefore we recommend a NO vote on this proposal.

On Proposal 4, the Conservative Party supports the idea of a “rainy-day fund,” however, to establish a minimum budget for the office of Public Advocate and Borough President eliminates the need to find ways to streamline and cut expenses, we therefore recommend a NO vote on this proposal.

On Proposal 5, the Conservative Party supports government transparency and therefore recommends a YES vote on this proposal.

For more information on the proposals, visit the primer on our official website. Early voting begins next week on Oct. 26 and goes until Nov. 3, and you can get more information on how to do that at this link.


Gov. Andrew Cuomo is waging war on influential third parties in the state of New York, making an appointment to his nine-person panel that is reforming state campaign laws that is a long-time opponent of Fusion Voting.

Fusion Voting allows Republican and Democratic candidates to appear as third-party candidates in certain situations. This keeps the major parties honest and more accountable to their bases. Cuomo appointed Jay Jacobs, who serves as chairman for the Nassau County and state Democratic parties, on the new bureaucratic board.

It is widely believed that Jacobs, who has waged war against Fusion Voting for years, is going to serve as Cuomo’s henchman to do the hit on third parties after Cuomo was angered by the left-wing Working Families Party endorsing his primary opponent Cynthia Nixon in last year’s election.

“It looks pretty obvious to me what’s going on here,” said New York State Conservative Party Chairman Jerry Kassar in a press release.

“Governor Cuomo is furious at the Working Families Party for endorsing Cynthia Nixon instead of him for governor in 2018, so his legislative mechanics cooked up a way to let his handpicked Democratic Chairman put a shiv between the third and fourth ribs of the WFP. Thankfully, though, the plot is unraveling as members of the public and news media are catching onto what they’re up to,” Kassar added.

Cuomo, of course, is denying that he is conspiring to consolidate power with his new commission.

“Yeah, I know — and people think there’s still a Santa Claus, and people believe in the Easter bunny,” he said when he was questioned about his motives during a September radio interview.

The Conservative Party, Working Families Party, and Republican Party are filing lawsuits in an attempt to prevent Cuomo’s attacks on Fusion Voting with his bureaucrat coup attempt.

“New York’s third parties, whether they be progressive or conservative, foster crucially important debate in New York and serve as incubators of ideas,” Chairman Kassar said. “We should be promoting as much free speech and political diversity in New York as possible, not working cynically to repress it. What Governor Cuomo and Chairman Jacobs are saying simply doesn’t pass the laugh test. They need to come clean about what they’re up to.”


Schiff Says Congress May Not Need To Interview Whistleblower After All
– Hunter Biden says he ‘did nothing wrong at all’ — but admits ‘poor judgment’ in overseas deals
Giuliani Won’t Comply With ‘Illegitimate’ House Subpoenas, Says He Doesn’t Need Criminal Lawyer ‘At This Time’
Pelosi-Schiff Impeachment Express Steamrolls All-American Norms
– Matt Taibbi, a contributor editor to Rolling Stone, Admits President Trump is Correct about ‘Permanent Coup’ by Deep State.

Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s weekly wrap-up that discusses mental health failures, President Trump’s Syria decision and why the Trump Administration won’t dignify a “witch hunt.”


New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has another failed public policy initiative on his hands, as his $1 billion mental health program is failing residents, a report released by the New York City Public Advocate has determined.

Nicole Malliotakis, pointed out last March that first lady Chirlane McCray’s pet mental health project, Thrive NYC, had blown through $850 million without much to show for it. “It’s a point that I and many other serious mental health advocates have been making for a long time.”

It was reported earlier this year that Thrive NYC couldn’t produce any data indicating the program’s efficacy. The city council has complained that the program has failed the city’s homeless mentally ill population and suffers from chronic bureaucratic lag.

Meanwhile, violent criminals are being let out onto the streets to commit heinous offenses. One such recent example is Randy Santos, 24, who is accused of brutally murdering four homeless men in Chinatown.

It was revealed that Santos had committed violent crimes before, but his charges were dropped thanks to the Manhattan District Attorney. Their inaction forced Judge Joanne Watters to let Santos back on the streets, and that men are dead Is the likely result.

“Unfortunately attacks on court officers and police officers are not taken seriously anymore, even by the Manhattan DA’s Office,” said Dennis Quirk, president of the state’s court officers union. “Criminals are doing this because they know there is no punishment.”

That’s just business as usual in de Blasio’s city, as his liberal policies have made NYC a much more unsafe and tumultuous place.


President Donald Trump announced this week that troops would be removed from Northern Syria, as Turkish dictator Recep Erdogan prepare an assault against Kurdish forces in the area.

Many top Republicans expressed frustration with President Trump’s policies following reports that the Turks officially moved into northeastern Syria on Wednesday as a possible war begins between the Turks and the Kurds may break out.

“While the administration refuses to act against Turkey, I expect strong bipartisan support,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said. “Most members of Congress believe it would be wrong to abandon the Kurds, who have been strong allies against ISIS.”

“President Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. forces from northern Syria is having sickening and predictable consequences,” Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) said.

“President Trump’s decision to abandon the Kurds, our major ally in the fight against ISIS, was terribly unwise. Today, we are seeing the consequences of that terrible decision,” Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) said.

However, Trump is sticking by his decision claiming that the move is necessary in order to show that the U.S. is no longer the policeman of the world. He says this is the first step toward the troops coming home from endless wars in the Middle East.

“Fighting between various groups that has been going on for hundreds of years. USA should never have been in Middle East,” Trump said in a series of tweets issued on Wednesday morning. “The stupid endless wars, for us, are ending!”

Only time will tell if Trump’s draw-back in Syria will have serious negative consequences for stability in the region.


 The Trump administration is refusing to cooperate with the House impeachment inquiry over alleged improper correspondence with the Ukraine. The administration argues that Democrats want to boot Trump from office before the 2020 presidential election.

“Put simply, you seek to overturn the results of the 2016 election and deprive the American people of the President they have freely chosen. Many Democrats now apparently view impeachment not only as a means to undo the democratic results of the last election, but as a strategy to influence the next election, which is barely more than a year away,” White House Counsel Pat Cipollone wrote in a letter to House leaders.

“Given that your inquiry lacks any legitimate constitutional foundation, any pretense of fairness, or even the most elementary due process protections, the Executive Branch cannot be expected to participate in it. Because participating in this inquiry under the current unconstitutional posture would inflict lasting institutional harm on the Executive Branch and lasting damage to the separation of powers, you have left the President no choice,” Cipollone added.

The impeachment inquiry has already descended into a farce, as House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) abuses his power in broad daylight out of desperation to harm the office of the Presidency.

The CIA whistle-blower who filed the complaint that started this new impeachment drive failed to disclose their direct contact with Schiff’s office to Inspector General of the Intelligence Community Michael Atkinson, which may have been a felony. Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani has indicated that a lawsuit against Schiff may be in the works.

The idea of a lawsuit against him is very real. It’s being worked on,” Giuliani said.

By the time all of this unprecedented insanity is over, it may seal the Democratic Party’s fate in 2020 and assure Trump’s second term in the White House.


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Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s Weekly Wrap-Up for Sept. 13, 2019.


This week marked the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, as the nation remembers the day that changed the course of the world forever.

A ceremony was held in Lower Manhattan where people came to pay their respects for the nearly 3,000 men, women and children who lost their lives at the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and United Airways Flight 93. They had six different moments of silence for the victims of the worst attack in American history.

Dignitaries from New York, including America’s Mayor Rudy Giuliani, were in attendance for the display. Those close to the victims gave their heartfelt testimony.

“We’re expecting our first grand. So many milestones that he’s missed. Please excuse me if I stumble over any of the names. All respect to our loved ones. This one is kind of hard,” said Lashawn Clarke, who lost her beloved husband Benjamin, a corporate chef who worked in the south tower.

“This year, I did a lot crying. I did. Even though it’s 18 years… can’t stop crying. He was 28. Just went to work,” said Marcia Cohen, whose son Kevin worked for Cantor Fitzgerald and perished in the attacks.

“My brother-in-law, firefighter John Chipura, who exemplified bravery and a strong sense of duty,” said Elizabeth Ronan. “He would be overjoyed that his sister Nancy escaped the north tower. And proud that his brother Gerard, the captain standing behind me, has dedicated his life and career to helping FDNY families in their grief.

Sadly, the first responders are still suffering, as two-thirds of them now suffer from serious health problems. The Victims Compensation Fund is now paid for through 2092 because of recent Congressional action, but they still have to deal with the trauma from that day for the rest of their lives.

“We’re at 204 in just the FDNY alone, and the NYPD’s at 241. So, I mean, the number of first responders that have died post-9/11 is greater,” said Bobby Eustace, who represents the Uniformed Firefighters Association.

The people of America have vowed to never forget, but that doesn’t necessarily apply to the fake news. The New York Times posted an incomprehensible tweet blaming “airplanes” for what happened on that horrible day over 18 years ago.

“18 years have passed since airplanes took aim and brought down the World Trade Center. Today, families will once again gather and grieve at the site where more than 2000 people died,” the Times’ verified Twitter account wrote on the social media site, attempting to re-write history to absolve the Islamic terrorists responsible.

They were eventually forced to delete that tweet following widespread outrage. Real New Yorkers will always remember the need to stay vigilant about the Islamic threat, which is represented in Congress by extremist lawmakers like Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), to make sure another day like this never takes place.


Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is abandoning New York, avoiding the climate of regulatory assault from Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and bolting to Miami, effective next year. He says his employees can join him, or be let go without receiving any severance.

However, Ichan isn’t completely heartless. He is rewarding employees who follow him by assuring them their pay will remain the same and even sweetening the pot with a “relocation benefit” of $50,000 after they move their permanent residence to Florida. They will also be given an “immediate payment” of their annual salary if they are terminated following the big move.

“My employees have always been very important to the company, so I’d like to invite you all to join me in Miami,” Ichan wrote in a letter from May, which was obtained by the New York Post.

If one of his employees opposes the move and stays in New York, Icahn welcomes them to enjoy unemployment benefits because they won’t be getting a dime from him.

“The Company will not contest your unemployment claim,” Icahn’s memo states. “The current maximum weekly Unemployment benefit rate is $450, which you can receive for a total of 26 weeks.”

Icahn says he will miss New York, but had to make the move.

“After spending my entire career in New York, while I certainly do not wish to retire, I’ve decided that at this point in my life I’d like to enjoy a warmer climate and a more casual pace year-round,” he wrote.

Since President Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act went into effect, rich New Yorkers have been bolting to Florida in record numbers. With the Republican governor in office down there, wealth can be adequately protected. That is not so much the case under Gov. Cuomo, who dooms the future of New York with his socialist central planning scheme.


 New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has allowed a culture of hatred and distrust toward law enforcement to fester.  Many believe that the suicide epidemic among law enforcement personnel is another unintended consequence of de Blasio’s failed leadership.

Former Mayor Rudy Guiliani, who once cleaned up the town during his incredibly successful years in power, says he is watching it go “full circle” because of de Blasio, and it is heartbreaking watching his beloved city regress back to what it used to be in the 1970s and 80s.

“People take this job to help people and if it’s not appreciated it can have a long-term effect on people,” Guiliani said, adding that the “total disrespect for law and order we have today” is unprecedented.

“Now we don’t have the backing of the politicians. Right this second I have a funny feeling we’re repeating history,” Guiliani added.

“If someone throws water on a cop, that’s an attack on society. If he can do that to a cop, what will he do to you?” he asked.

Police Benevolent Association boss Patrick J. Lynch also blames de Blasio for a “cop-hating” environment that has sprung up as shootings rise, degeneracy spreads like a plague, and “non-violent crimes” such as vandalism, harassment, turnstile-hopping, and drug-dealing are unprosecuted.

New York City cops are now committing suicide at two to three times the rate of normal citizenry. There have already been eight suicides amongst law enforcement this year, as this year may end up defeating the all-time record of 12 suicides in 1994.

“How many people are going to end up dead before something changes?” asked Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins.

Unfortunately for New York City, de Blasio is stuck in his ways. This far-left true believer will never turn his back on liberalism while he serves as Mayor, no matter what the human cost may be.


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Feds Attempt Massive Data Grab From Apple, Google as Apart of Gun Control Push
Al-Qaeda Leader Issues Call For Attacks Against Israel, US, Europe And Russia
Pompeo: Trump Could Meet Rouhani With ‘No Preconditions’
Cuomo’s war on pipelines means pain for little people
Goodwin: Trump the real winner as Biden again proves he’s not cut out to be nominee

Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s Weekly Wrap-Up for Aug. 30, 2019


Governor Andrew Cuomo is trying to shift blame after a license plate fee proposed by his administration is angering New Yorkers who feel they are taxed enough already.  However, the Cuomo administration could just lower the rates on their own accord, but will instead force more costs to the taxpayer for a special legislative session as they refuse to stop this outrage.

“The fact is the Legislature set the $25 fee 10 years ago, before I was governor,” Cuomo told WAMC News on Thursday morning.

However, that is a misrepresentation. The rules set in 2009 set a maximum fee of $25 for license plate replacement. Cuomo is trying to pull the wool over the eyes of the public and deflect from the bipartisan rage that his fee increase has caused.

Those with 10-year-old plates will be impacted by the proposed fee increase under the Cuomo administration that is always looking for sneaky ways to bleed New York citizens further.

State DMV Commissioner Mark Schroeder claims that a special session may be called to order to reduce the fees.

“Some legislators have now expressed an interest in lowering the fee. The governor would like to lower the fee,” Schroeder said, deflecting the blame from the Cuomo administration.

“If the legislators are sincere and want to lower the fee immediately, although they haven’t in the past decade, the governor has made clear he invites them back for a special session to do it,” he added.


The Inspector General’s report on former FBI Director James Comey was released yesterday, and its contents were damning toward the disgraced deep state former director.

“By not safeguarding sensitive information obtained during the course of his FBI employment, and by using it to create public pressure for official action, Comey set a dangerous example for the over 35,000 current FBI employees — and the many thousands more former FBI employees — who similarly have access to or knowledge of non-public information,” the report said.

President Donald Trump took to Twitter to gloat regarding the findings, as Comey has been one of Trump’s most dogged critics since he fired him.

Trump wrote: “Perhaps never in the history of our Country has someone been more thoroughly disgraced and excoriated than James Comey in the just released Inspector General’s Report. He should be ashamed of himself!”

Although Comey was found to be culpable for wrongdoing and unethical behavior, the Department of Justice still declined to prosecute him. Comey actually had the audacity to demand an apology and claim vindication on Twitter following the findings.

“I don’t need a public apology from those who defamed me, but a quick message with a ‘sorry we lied about you’ would be nice,” Comey wrote on Twitter.

He added: “And to all those who’ve spent two years talking about me ‘going to jail’ or being a ‘liar and a leaker’ — ask yourselves why you still trust people who gave you bad info for so long, including the president.”

While Comey may feel like he escaped justice, the investigation into the origins of the fake Russian conspiracy is still ongoing, and Comey may find himself indicted in the future for his grossly immoral behavior as FBI Director.


New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has refused to support law enforcement since the far-left ideologue came into office, and now the cops are pushing back against the leader who doesn’t have their back.

The New York City Police Benevolent Association, the union for New York City cops, is calling for Governor Andrew Cuomo to remove de Blasio from office, and demanding the immediate resignation of NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill. Resolutions of “no confidence” were approved against both men at the PBA’s 125th Annual Convention in Albany on Wednesday.

“Today’s votes are an unequivocal indictment of our failed leaders in City Hall and 1 Police Plaza. For years, Mayor de Blasio has demonized police officers and undermined our efforts to protect our city. For years, Commissioner O’Neill has cravenly acquiesced to the Mayor and his anti-cop allies,” PBA President Pat Lynch said in a statement.

In typical fashion, de Blasio has refused to admit any wrongdoing, and defended his policies that have made a mockery of law enforcement throughout his city.

“We won’t stand for it,” a spokesperson for de Blasio said. “Under this mayor and Police Commissioner, our officers and the communities they serve are closer than ever and the city is the safest it’s ever been. That isn’t changing.”

The egomaniacal De Blasio will doggedly continue with his liberal, anti-cop policies regardless of feedback from law enforcement and his constituents until the day comes when he is forced out of office.


EPIDEMIC: Fifth Illegal Alien Alleged Rapist Charged This Month in Maryland Sanctuary County

Comey friend expects criminal charges against McCabe ‘any day’ now.

Obama’s ‘Waters of the United States’ EPA Rule Declared Unconstitutional by the Courts
Trump orders easier process to forgive disabled vets’ student loans
YouTube Caves to ADL, Removes Top Right-Wing Channels with No Terms of Service Violations
James Comey Gloats After DOJ Refuses to Prosecute Him Despite Acknowledging Massive Wrongdoing
New York Times editor apologizes after old, potentially offensive tweets resurface


ATTACK: More Left-Wing Violence in Portland as Man is Assaulted Outside Bar for Wearing MAGA Hat

Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s Weekly Wrap-Up for Aug. 23, 2019


Dr. Robert Epstein, a lifetime Democrat, was forced to hammer his former hero Hillary Clinton after she criticized his pioneering work on Google and its undue influence on elections.

“This is going to hurt me to write, because I & my whole extended family have been strong supporters of the Clintons for decades. I have a framed, signed letter from [Bill Clinton] on the wall near my desk. But [Hillary Clinton] should be ashamed of herself,” Dr. Epstein wrote.

He explained the close ties between Google and Hillary, going back a great many years.

“[Hillary Clinton] has long depended on [Google] for both money & votes. Her largest donor in 2016 was Alphabet/Google. Her Chief Technology Officer during the campaign was Stephanie Hannon, a former Google exec,” Dr. Epstein wrote.

“A leaked email showed that in 2014 [Google’s former CEO Eric Schmidt] offered to run [Hillary Clinton’s] tech campaign… In 2015, Schmidt in fact funded The Groundwork, a highly secretive tech company, the sole purpose of which was to put Clinton into office,” he added.

Still a naive Democrat, Dr. Epstein attempted to appeal to Clinton’s better side to explain to her how Google is jeopardizing democracy by realizing the Orwellian nightmare.

“If Big Tech [companies] support the same candidate in 2020, they can shift [15 million] votes her way without people knowing how the shift occurred. If you had a choice between preserving [democracy] & putting your candidate in office, which would you choose?” he asked Clinton.

Despite being a Democrat, Dr. Epstein seems to be familiar with the infamous Clinton kill count, as he made it abundantly clear that his mental stability is not in question.

“Okay, this is sort of funny…. It’s been suggested that I remind people that I AM NOT SUICIDAL!!! I love my life, wife, 3 awesome sons, 2 awesome daughters, my research, etc. etc. Everyone got that???” he wrote in a Tweet.


New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is telling New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to shut his mouth about the tax bill of famous Brooklyn pizzeria Di Fara, which forced the joint to close down recently.

De Blasio has taken up the cause of the popular pizzeria, desperate to revive his sagging approval ratings as his presidential candidacy remains a national laughingstock.

“Di Fara is THE best pizza place in New York City. It MUST be saved. I’m ready to do anything I can to get them reopened — as are thousands of New York City pizza-lovers,” de Blasio wrote in a Tweet.

“My team and I are looking into how we can help resolve this situation,” he added.

Cuomo is not impressed by de Blasio’s populist bluster, and wants him to shut up unless he is willing to pay the massive tax bill himself.

“He has no legal authority to forgive state taxes,” Cuomo said. “Now, if he wants to pay the $200,000 on behalf of the pizza place, he can do that. That’s fine. And if he wants to get $200,000 worth of pizza, that’s his business. But he can’t forgive state taxes.”

The two most prominent socialists in the state are squaring off, over pizza of all things. However, when it comes to violently implementing the nanny state on New York residents, the two Democrats are still very much in concord.


President Donald Trump ruffled some feathers this week after he suggested that Jews who vote Democrat are “disloyal” to the state of Israel in lieu of his unprecedentedly pro-Zionist record in the Oval Office.

“If you vote for a Democrat, you’re being disloyal to Jewish people, and you’re being very disloyal to Israel,” Trump told reporters on Thursday.

That was a clarification of Trump’s previous comments from Tuesday that caused great controversy: “Any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat—I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty,” he said.

Dishonest media commentators have suggested that Trump’s comments were bigoted or anti-Semitic. Trump corrected the record to make it known he was referring to the anti-Israel radicalism of the Democrats, in particular Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI).

The Republican Jewish Coalition stands by the President and his fervent record of supporting the state of Israel and his great friend, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“We take the President seriously, not literally,” the coalition wrote in a tweet. “President Trump is pointing out the obvious: for those who care about Israel, the position of many elected Democrats has become anti-Israel.”

“When Tlaib and Omar talk loyalty, they’re questioning American Jews’ loyalty to the United States,” the coalition added. “President Trump is talking about caring about the survival of the Jewish state.”


ICE: Illegal Alien Accused of Rape Allowed to Walk on Bail in Sanctuary County
Rashida Tlaib Blames ‘Senior’ Democrats After Partnership With Terror-Linked Group Draws Backlash 

New Footage Shows ANTIFA Terrorists Stalking and Assaulting Patriotic Protester and His Young Daughter
Left-wing activists trying to hijack kids’ minds with ‘ethnic studies

– Elizabeth Warren Scrubs Website Of Native American DNA Results

Federal Elections Chair Launches Partisan Attack on Trump: There Is ‘No Evidence of Rampant Voter Fraud’
Illinois Senator Forced to Apologize After Simulated Murder of President Trump at His Fundraiser

Tom Perez Holds Fundraisers In Mexico As DNC Struggles To Raise Money



Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s Weekly Wrap-Up for Aug. 2, 2019


As the liberal media and Democratic Party officials try to manufacture an epidemic of right-wing racism, the real threat is coming from the Left as extremism rises sharply amongst their ranks.

Another example of this epidemic happened on Tuesday in New York City where a minority Trump supporter was viciously beaten for wearing a MAGA hat. 42-year-old John Turan reported that he was ambushed by a mob while on Canal Street.

“I love President Trump. I think he’s doing a great job,” Turan said.

About 15 youths cursed out Trump as they stomped on Turan’s face, causing a cheek fracture and an extremely swollen eye. He will likely never wear the MAGA hat publicly ever again because of the terrorist intimidation against him.

“It’s sad to get beat up for wearing this hat. This is America,” Turan said.

It won’t be America for much longer if the militant Left can regain control of the country in 2020. While most hate crimes reported by the Left turn out to be phony ala Jussie Smollett, the epidemic of terrorism inflicted on conservatives and Trump supporters is all too real.


New York City continues to crumble under the stewardship of clueless Mayor Bill de Blasio, and the latest disgrace is a race-based school curriculum that injects social justice dogma into public schools to the detriment of all children.

“I think it’s just wrong. I think it’s misguided,” parent Yiatin Chu said to CBS New York.

Maurice Blackmon, a NYC teacher who apparently supports the changes, explained the changes that he is already in the process of implementing.

“What am I teaching, how am I teaching, based on who I’m teaching,” he said

Under the new curriculum, teachers like Blackmon will be teaching their predominantly Latin and African-American students about hip-hop artists in social studies class.

“For instance as a social studies teacher that serves a student body that is primarily Latin and black I have designed curricula around the hip-hop culture,” Blackmon said.

Chu believes that certain communities, including Asian-Americans, are being hurt by this curriculum that is dumbing down and politicizing education for all students.

“The Asian community, specifically the Chinese community, is one of the poorest communities in New York City and I’m disgusted that the mayor treats our group this way – aligning us with white privilege,” Chu said during a contentious meeting in Chinatown.

Children in public schools have become glorified guinea pigs for liberal creeps who want to train a generation of automatons unable to challenge their perverse dogma.


New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s presidential ambitions are not gaining any momentum after months of campaigning, and his debate performance on stage in Detroit earlier this week showed why he has no shot at gaining the Democratic Party nomination to face Trump in 2020.

During his opening salvo, de Blasio was heckled by ‘Black Lives Matter’ activists who yelled at him “Fire Pantaleo” – referring to the cop who was involved in the death of Eric Garner. As usual, de Blasio passed the buck and blamed others for his own substandard leadership.

“There is finally going to be justice in the next 30 days in New York,” de Blasio claimed. Making matters worse, de Blasio was embarrassed by ‘Sleepy’ Joe Biden of all people.

“I don’t hear an answer from the vice president,” de Blasio said to Biden regarding former President Obama’s aggressive deportation policies. “Did you say those deportations were a good idea, or did you go to the president and say, ‘This is a mistake, we shouldn’t do it.’ Which one?”

“I was vice president. I am not the president. I keep my recommendation in private. Unlike you. I’d expect you would go ahead and say whatever was said privately,” Biden snapped back to de Blasio.

De Blasio wasn’t the only candidate who disappointed during the week’s debates Even Democratic Party leaders are expressing public concern over how awful the debates were for the Party.

“I think these debates are really silly,” he said. “Just the incessant focus on these relative minor divisions between candidates might make for good TV but I don’t think gives people an accurate portrayal of the stakes of this election,” Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut said.

“If we get all focused on the differences between, say Bernie [Sanders] and Cory [Booker] and Mayor Pete [Buttigieg] and [John] Hickenlooper, we’ll lose sight of the fact that it’s Donald Trump who’s now trying to reduce health care, destroy health care, get it rid for everybody,” New York Sen. Chuck Schumer said. “That’s a trap we shouldn’t fall into.”

“People take sides and then they become hypersensitive and that just makes divisions all over the party and we don’t want that,” she said. “I want every one of our candidates to do well,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said.

Beto O’Rourke, who lives in the border town of El Paso, Texas, in explaining his stance on decriminalizing border crossings by undocumented immigrants, said: “In my administration, after we have waived citizenship fees for green card holders, more than 9 million of our fellow Americans, free Dreamers who many fear of deportation, and stop criminally prosecuting families and children for seeking asylum and refuge, and for-profit detention, and so that no family has to make that 2,000-mile journey, then I expect that people who come here follow our laws and we reserve the right to criminally prosecute them.”

Meanwhile Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson pledged to reverse Trump’s Golan Recognition: “I would rescind the president’s affirmation of sovereignty of Israel over the Golan Heights,” she said in response to the Council on Foreign Relations. “I understand the occupation of the Golan, but only until there is a stable government in Syria with whom one can negotiate.”

With Democratic Party leaders admitting the perilous nature of their field, things are looking good for Trump’s re-election chances in 2020.


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Adam Schiff Is Planning To Impeach Trump Regardless Of The Evidence
Ocasio-Cortez: Marginalized Communities ‘Have No Choice But To Riot’
Border Patrol Arrests 7 Migrants Who Entered Maine Illegally From Canada

What It’s Really Like Inside a Migrant Processing Facility
Somali Socialist Ilhan Omar Endorses Violent Attack Against Rand Paul on Twitter
‘Fundamental Defects’: Judge Dismisses DNC Lawsuit Against Trump Campaign, WikiLeaks Over Stolen Emails
Many Weeks Later, ANTIFA Terrorists Who Assaulted Journalist Andy Ngo are Still at Large
Top Iranian General: ‘Iran Will Never Negotiate With Trump’
Securing freedom beyond government

Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s Weekly Wrap-Up for July 26, 2019!


New York City cops are sick of having their authority undermined by Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio, and they are speaking out about leftist policies that put the city at risk.

“This disrespect for the uniform in NYC is a result of a Democrat-Progressive (Retrogressive)-Socialist Mayor,” former Mayor Rudy Giuliani said to de Blasio in a Tweet on Tuesday. “This is what happens with knee-jerk disrespect for police. It will only get worse until these Left-wing idiots are defeated.”

De Blasio snapped back at Giuliani, twisting the words of America’s Mayor, and claiming ridiculously that New York City has never been safer.

De Blasio wrote, “When you disrespect our NYPD officers, you disrespect ALL New Yorkers. We don’t tolerate that in our city.” He added, “The truth is crime’s NEVER been lower in New York City and that’s because we’re bridging the divide between police and communities — a divide @RudyGiuliani”

This was when NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins had seen enough. He had to chime in with some politically incorrect language to call out the Mayor’s lies.

“Save the BULLS**T with the stats. You are the cause of attacks on the NYPD. You will NEVER be president of this great nation NEVER!” Mullins tweeted to de Blasio.

Cops are regularly being attacked by mobs who douse them with buckets of water, as de Blasio emboldens criminals and thugs throughout New York City. The police are getting sick of it, as the rule of law is crumbling under far-left rule.


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is an extreme authoritarian, and he is attempting to law down the law to his own political party. Angry that socialist New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her “squad” are stealing the headlines, Cuomo made an arrogant declaration this week.

“I am the left,” Cuomo said in Judge Dredd-esque fashion during a recent radio interview. He also criticized the radical upstarts in an op/ed published by the New York Times.

“True progressives understand that if we fail to perform or pursue misguided, uninformed or unworkable priorities, we make government look incompetent, proving Republicans right and losing the vital public support we need to gain,” Cuomo wrote.

“Progressivism is not about the ability to make promises, but about the ability to deliver them. While this distinction may be too subtle for the Twitter dialogue of today, it makes all the difference. How we define a true progressive will determine our electoral — and more importantly our governmental — success,” the governor wrote to conclude his op/ed.

Unfortunately for Cuomo, President Donald Trump has tricked the Democrats into rallying around Ocasio-Cortez’s squad with an ingenious series of tweets against the foursome. Cuomo is rapidly losing influence within his own Party, and the Democrats are embracing outright madness heading into 2020.


Former special counsel Robert Mueller gave testimony before Congress this week, and Democrats are in panic mode as the impeachment of President Donald Trump seems more unlikely than ever.

Mueller dodged questions an incredible 198 times while facing questioning from two Congressional committees. He couldn’t answer simple questions about his own report or even recall who initially appointed him as a U.S. Attorney. As a result, Democrats are ducking the media out of cowardice while Republicans take victory laps.

Even extreme socialist Michael Moore has admitted that Trump was the big winner of the day.

“A frail old man, unable to remember things, stumbling, refusing to answer basic questions…I said it in 2017 and Mueller confirmed it today — All you pundits and moderates and lame Dems who told the public to put their faith in the esteemed Robert Mueller — just STFU from now on,” Moore commented in a tweet while Mueller struggled through questioning.

Trump put it best when he said: “The Democrats had nothing, and now they have less than nothing.”


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Mueller Shot Down A Trump-Russia Collusion Theory That Wouldn’t Go Away
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Hamas Launches Facebook Page For Its ‘Liberation Vanguards’ Summer Camps
MENSCH: Boris Johnson Becomes UK Prime Minister Amid Brexit, Tensions With Iran And Anti-Semitism In Labour
HUGE: Ted Cruz Demands RICO Investigation Into ANTIFA

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The push to make New York high school diplomas completely meaningless

Please, give New York a state Education commish who puts kids first