As a public service, we present the entire town hall telephone conference call of Representative Anthony Brindisi of the NY-22. The event started 7 minutes late, and ended 5 minutes early. Our question was prescreened but never allowed to be heard. The only edit was deleting the 3 minutes 21 seconds of the prescreening with Brindisi staff.
Live on WNBF on January 22, 2019 (verbatim) - Known Progressive activist Matt Ryan called in to demand investigation of where Covington students got MAGA hats (not recorded). He stated the hats justify the public attack on the students, and implied this was an indoctrination. This is challenged by political commentator Michael "Vass" Vasquez - and other callers - highlighting the compulsion by denial of choices Progressives are advocating. Ryan then called back, attacking intelligence of students and doubling down on call of indoctrination because he does not like their views. What do you think about this?
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As a surprise for WNBF host Roger Neal, Michael "Vass" Vasquez of NO Soundbites Allowed dropped into the studio to speak about how the end of 2018 will impact the start of 2019. From the stock market, to immigration, to pending gun legislation the end of the year was summed up with an eye to the future.
This was initially published in video format on Youtube (link below) on October 25, 2018. Due to a heavy work schedule at the end of the election cycle, it was not rendered for podcast format until now. We apologize for the delay.
After attending the NY-22 debate held at Colgate University with Spectrum News, having heard Anthony Brindisi speak at 4 town halls including on 10/23 in Binghamton, several glaring conflicts need to be addressed. This video addresses some of them.
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In this special episode we provide the complete audio of the candidate forum held at the Tabernacle United Methodist Church located at 83 Main Street in Binghamton, NY. The 6 candidates are: incumbent State Senator Fred Akshar and his challenger Sharon Ball; incumbent Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo and her opponent Dorollo Nixon; and the incumbent Debbie Preston with her challenger Jason Garnar.