Saturday, September 15, 2018

False Pravato: Republican Senate candidate uses Predator Panic at the polls

Even his Republican opponent accuses him of grandstanding.

Candidate rails against sex offenders at school polling places

Posted: Sep 08, 2018 5:31 PM EDT

MASSAPEQUA PARK - Massapequa Park Mayor Jeff Pravato, a Republican running for state Senate, is making waves before Thursday’s primary election.
He is calling for a stepped up police presence at schools where people will be voting because Gov. Andrew Cuomo reinstated voting rights for a total of 24,000 on parole - including Level 3 sex offenders.
“We don't want to see a sex offender coming in there and possibly doing something hurtful to our children,” says Pravato.
The mayor is also asking parents to leave their kids at home when they vote and suggested that they carry mace to protect themselves.
There are certain provisions in place during Thursday’s vote. The ex-cons will need written permission from their parole officers, as well as school district officials, to vote at schools. They will also be barred from entering any school until after 7 p.m.
Meanwhile, Democrats and Pravato’s opponent are accusing the Republican candidate of political grandstanding before Election Day.
“What's happening is another Republican ‘hey look over there’ situation,” says state Sen. John Brooks (D-Seaford).
Suffolk Executive Steve Bellone says the county has the “toughest monitoring and enforcement program against sex offenders anywhere in the country.”


  1. Bullshit I place a billion dollar bet that Jeff Pravato will get accused of Harassment at some point and will get Targeted by Alex Jones and the Metoo movement.


    And now fake news has hit Mexico and yes they used Kidnapping stories to spark vigilante killings.


    Now a mob in India killed similar people

    And some in the UK Called Wolf Pack Hunters are accused sparking vigilante Justice


    Updates there is a debate in Norway over the decision to let a terrorist get educated in their universities.

    How should a university treat an application from a mass murderer?

    This was the question facing the University of Oslo, when Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik applied from prison to take its political science degree.

    In July 2011, Breivik had killed 77 people in a bomb and gun terror attack in Oslo and on the island of Utoya.

    The university's decision on whether to teach him was made particularly difficult because some of the people killed by Breivik had been friends with students at the university.
    'For our sake, not his'

    He had even named professors at the university as targets in his far-right "manifesto".

    And in what the university's vice-rector called a "traumatic paradox", Breivik's chosen degree would involve studying the very political institutions his extremist ideology had attacked.

    Who is Anders Behring Breivik?
    Remembering the victims of Norway's terror attack
    Breivik loses human rights legal challenge

    Nevertheless, three years ago the university agreed to let Breivik study under strict conditions and he has continued as an undergraduate student, taking a course which includes political theory, party politics, public administration and international relations..

    Course materials are given to him by a prison officer and he has no contact with students or academics or access to the internet.