Post and Email…1/31/19

Fox News Contributor Starts “Birther” Discussion

 

 

Nunes: DOJ Aware of “Plenty of People” Who Lied to Congress

 

 

Trump: Democrats Will Not Fund Border Wall

 

 

Graham Wants Answers from FBI on Roger Stone Raid

 

 

Old Frank: Here’s a Thought We Can All Agree With

 

 

David Koresh, Roger Stone and the Gestapo (RR)

 

 

Socialism or Capitalism?

 

 

Previously Recorded Opposition to Illegal Immigration by the Leaders of The Democrat Party

 

 

 

Voter Fraud in Connecticut

It may be time for some yellow vest activity in Connecticut as there are reports of voter fraud in two Democratic strongholds.

The Stamford Advocate Wednesday reports the city’s former Democratic party leader has been charged with falsifying absentee ballots from an election four years earlier.

Police said John Mallozzi was charged with 14 counts each of filing false statements and second-degree forgery in an identity-theft scheme involving absentee ballots stemming from the 2015 municipal election.

Mallozzi was charged after turning himself in at Stamford Police headquarters. His bail was set at $50,000. It states that both charges are Class D felonies, punishable by up to five years in prison and/or a fine of up to $5,000 per count or $70,000.

In 2015, voters cast ballots to fill five open seats on the Board of Representatives, five on the Board of Education, and three on the Board of Finance. Only 20 percent of Stamford voters even bothered to show up at the polls.

But whether it was “not a high-stakes election” as the paper smugly put it, voter fraud is still voter fraud.

A similar case happened in last November in Middletown, in Midddlesex County.  The Middletown Press, owned by the same company as The Advocate, reports a House candidate claimed the town clerk falsified 400 ballots.

Linda Szynkowicz, the GOP candidate for the 33rd District state House seat, is challenging the validity of the absentee ballots.  She went so far as to take her complaint to the FBI

Reviewing 614 absentee ballot request forms, Szynkowicz said she found instances of “handwriting discrepancies/evidence of someone or multiple people assisting a voter, yet not signing as being supervised; the incorrect date of the election; some with the election day section blank; no reason for the absentee ballot request filled out; multiple reasons checked and potentially forged signatures; no record of absentee ballots request forms being signed out.”

 

Like I said, it may be time to buy some yellow vests…especially in the wake of tolls looking to return to CT roads.

Post and Email…1/29/19

SPECIAL VIDEO ALERT…AMERICA HAS BEEN BREACHED..LANGUAGE ALERT!

 

 

 

IS BOB MUELLER ABOUT TO SEND THE FBI TO RAID INFOWARS STUDIOS?

 

 

RBG MIA: ‘EVENING WITH RUTH BADER GINSBURG’ EVENT CANCELLED

 

 

AFRICAN LEADER AGREES WITH HUNGARY: EU’S MIGRATION HARMS BOTH AFRICA, EUROPE

 

 

SCHULTZ: AMERICA DOESN’T WANT FAR-LEFT POLICIES

 

 

Former House Intel Committee Chairman: “Discovery” in Stone Case will be “Fascinating”

 

 

Smash the Green Shackles

 

 

Acting AG: Mueller Probe “Close to Being Completed”

 

 

Green Wave Rising in Colorado…more like a fake rainbow given that their new governor is homosexual.

 

 

SICK!  ‘TWITTER, DO YOUR THING’: TWITTERATI TARGET ELDERLY ‘RACIST WHITE LADY’ WHO APPEARS TO HAVE DEMENTIA

 

 

RON PAUL: NEOCON ‘DREAM’ OF REGIME CHANGE IN VENEZUELA MAY TURN OUT TO BE A ‘NIGHTMARE’ FOR TRUMP

 

 

ANN COULTER 2020?!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Post and Email…1/28/19

Back to ye grind

 

Old Frank Talks about a Wealth Tax

 

 

USE IT, OR WE LOSE IT!  TRUMP MUST USE FULL EXECUTIVE POWER

 

 

Zullo: Fake Birth Certificate Led to White House Occupant “Whose Allegiance Was Somewhere Else”

 

 

FOX NEWS QUACK CLAIMS DOCTORS GIVING VACCINE EXEMPTIONS SHOULD BE IMPRISONED

 

 

3-YEAR-OLD INJURED AFTER FALLING OFF SMUGGLER LADDER AT US-MEXICO BORDER

 

 

SILENT MAJORITY SPEAKS UP: SUPERMODEL REVEALS HERSELF AS TRUMP SUPPORTER

 

 

EDUCATION GESTAPO!  UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI STUDENTS CALL FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST CONSERVATIVES

 

 

RON PAUL: TRUMP’S VENEZUELA FIASCO

 

 

 

 

 

 

Post and Email…1/27/19

The WEEKEND version returns next week.

 

Saved by Pseudo-Renewable Energy?

 

 

MULVANEY: TRUMP TO SECURE BORDER ‘WITH OR WITHOUT CONGRESS’

 

 

THE COVINGTON KIDS TRUE STORY — FULL DOCUMENTARY

 

 

ISLAMIC TROLL FACTORIES BLAMED FOR RESTART’S RESPONSE TO SECSTATE POMPEO

 

 

SEE ALL ROGER STONE EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS FROM YESTERDAY’S INDICTMENT HERE

 

 

EXCLUSIVE: KENTUCKY LOCALS STAND WITH COVINGTON CATHOLIC BOYS

 

 

POMPEO HIRES ‘NEVER TRUMP’ NEOCON TO OVERSEE VENEZUELA REGIME CHANGE…MORE LIKE NATION BUILDING!

Saying good-bye

It’s never easy and it’s also very sad to say good-bye to a loved one.  Last Monday, I had to hear about my uncle, Rocco Covello, Junior…Rocky he was called.  My grandparent’s son and older brother to my mom, by about five years.

My uncle had been dealing with health issues due to a stroke he had in 2011.  Ever since that event, his life was turned upside down.  He went from being a hard working, meticulous creative man despite no formal education, to a man who eventually ended up living in squalor in the home he built in Ridgefield.

Last Monday I got a message from my cousin and godmother Roxanne, Rocky’s daughter.  She said she was heading from her home in Sandy Hook to Ridgefield because he said to her that this may be it.  A few hours later, I find out it was it.  Uncle Rocky had died at home.

A few weeks ago, Uncle Rocky had to go to Danbury Hospital facing the possibility of another stroke.  But it turned out he had an infection.  The police had to be called in.  If anything, my uncle was stubborn as a mule, even up to the very end.  His aide, Mary, a blonde woman from Bethel with a massive love for animals, was his “Guardian Angel.”

Mom and I had gotten to know Uncle Rocky again after the death of his first wife Auntie Irene from lung cancer.  He then got into a second relationship with someone he knew from the past in Rita.  She too died in 2003.  Prior to all that, there wasn’t much communication between us.  Not dysfunctional, but things get to you.

It was after Aunt Rita’s funeral we had also begun to communicate with Roxanne again; and our relationship is as good if not better.  My cousin, also one of my two Godmothers, is known for being brutally honest and a little sarcastic.  But, she also is a good woman who seemingly ran herself ragged taking care of her boyfriend, Jay who also has health issues and her dad.

She also ran herself wild having to deal with her dad’s funeral/memorial service.  She called on mom and I for some major help.  Thankfully, we had the help of our church, St. Clement’s in Stamford, Father Carlos and Margi Gianquinto, music director.  Even though this was last minute, and I am not much into last minute myself, it seemed as if things really fell into place by the time of Friday’s event.

But somehow we mat have gotten a symbol of things to come from Uncle Rocky.  Thursday was a horrible rain and wind storm thanks to very warm temperatures for January.  But then after that, we got a call from our friend Felicia in White Plains who said she saw a rainbow.  Well even into here in Greenwich, there was the light show.

Courtesy Twitter/CT Patch

She said it was Rocky saying “I’m okay.”  Somehow I knew it was Uncle Rocky sending a message.  Looks like Stamford got the message as well.

Courtesy Cliff Gilbert on Twitter and NBC Connecticut

As for the funeral at St. Clement’s, it was a cold day for sure, but things went off without a hitch.  Mom told me to walk with Roxanne to hold her up as we walked behind Uncle Rocky’s silver casket.  I did the first reading from the Book of Wisdom about how those who die are at peace.  A relative of Roxy’s named Tom, who was the son of her Aunt Helen, did the second reading.

Before the prayers, a eulogy was read by Mary, the aide.  Roxy wrote it, and I was editor and typed it up.  And I thought I would share it with you.

I am speaking these words which are expressed through the heart of Rocky’s Daughter.

There are not words powerful enough to express what a great man my father was.  He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.  He was an unforgettable, kind soul.  He was very intelligent, not book intelligent but LIFE smart.  His creativity amazed even professionals in their own field; building his own home from the ground up and never stopped “doing and fixing” until he physically couldn’t do it anymore.

He always wore a smile and couldn’t do enough for you if you were in his world.  He was a great provider for his family and very hard working.  He made sure you had everything you could ever need and always giving of himself.

As his caregiver Mary and I will tell you, he was quite a challenge as his stubbornness got the best of him.  But, at the same time, he was charismatic enough to have you never turn your back on him.  He had a way of crawling into your heart like no one else could.  He was tough as nails, and gentle as a lamb.  Those that had the honor to know him will never forget him.  Happy times they all shared.  There were enough funny stories to write a book to warm all hearts.

He had great support of friends and neighbors alike; too many to mention.  From Friday night pizza, Saturday evening dinners and Sunday breakfast with the guys, he looked forward to it all.  Later in life, he could not venture out to enjoy these things with friends, so loving and kind friends then brought these things to him.  He was never to feel as though he was tossed aside just because he was aging.  And family made sure his childhood tradition and foods were continued.  So grateful to his loving sister for all this.

I was lucky enough to have him as my role model.  He taught me to be kind, caring and giving whenever possible.  He was creative and an artist in his own right.  He taught me to love with my whole heart and his godson inherited this trait from him as well as along with our deep love for the animal kingdom.

We will miss him like no other.  We had our own battles, the good Lord knows, but we had enough love in our hearts to never turn our backs on one another.  He was a proud man and all who knew him and had the honor to be in his company will never forget him.  He had special friends that never forgot his birthday and always sent Christmas cards and call to check in as well.  He was truly a rich man to have such a magnetic nature.

His lack of a college education never held him back for going and doing all the things he could experience and he greeted it all with a smile and happiness in his eyes.

We will all miss him and never forget him as he had a special place in all our hearts.

 

To say Uncle Rocky went out on his own terms would be an understatement.  I thought I would end this with a rather appropriate song for an epitaph…Frank Sinatra’s My Way.

 

 

Not posting for the next few days

Earlier this week, my uncle passed on.  And now it’s getting hectic as to getting things set for his funeral.

So as a result, I am not posting here at the ‘Box TFN…Till Further Notice.

 

I hope you understand.