Attention, all New Yorkers! Vote NO on the five proposals on tomorrow’s ballot

Although it isn’t likely that our side will “win,” regardless of how most New Yorkers vote (because the voting system is completely rigged, and has been for some time), we need the biggest possible turnout, since an actual majority turnout will make it harder for “our free press” to laugh off the evidence of theft this time around. (Of course, they’ll laugh it off, and/or black it out, in any case, but it will be less credible the more of us there are.)

So I recommend a vote for Curtis Sliwa, to replace Wilhelm de Blasio, since Sliwa stands explicitly for health freedom, while Eric Adams, the Democratic front-runner (or so he’s said to be), has punted on the question of “vaccine” mandates—which, of course, he will impose, once elected (or “elected”). (The fact that Adams feel compelled not to come out for the mandate is itself good news.)

Also, be sure to turn your ballot over, and—as the unknown author of the email below advises—vote “no” on those proposals. (Here is a more restrained rundown on the latter:

It’s not just the MANDATE threat!
On Tuesday, turn over your ballot and vote NO on Proposals 1, 3 and 4.  These ballot proposals for changes to the New York State Constitution affect voter integrity.
Here’s how:
PROPOSAL 1…significantly alters New York State’s redistricting process and will lead to confusion.  
PROPOSAL 3…allows for same-day voter registration. 
If passed, the Board of Elections won’t be able to vet people presenting themselves to vote. Non-citizens — and even underage people — could vote, undermining our democracy.  .
PROPOSAL 4…Allows for no-excuse absentee voting, which is the least secure means of voting.
The Empire State has held secure elections for generations.  On Tuesday, TURN OVER YOUR BALLOT to vote NO on proposals #1, 3, and 4 to ensure continuing election security.
PS:  Let your friends know!
PPS:  FWIW, I’m voting NO on Props 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.  All five.

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