DO NEW YORK CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRATS AGREE WITH COLLEAGUE THAT 9/11 WAS SIMPLY “SOME PEOPLE THAT DID SOMETHING?”
President Trump Exonerated;
Congressional Democrats Need to Stop Political Games and Get to Work
New York–March 25th…After two years of the most exhaustive investigation of a President in U.S. history, President Trump and his campaign have been exonerated from the Democrats’ scurrilous charges of Russian collusion.
The statistics surrounding Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation are striking:
- The investigation went on for 675 days.
- The total reported cost of the Mueller investigation through September 2018 was over $25 million.
- The cost per day was $50, 230.00 – the second most expensive in history.
- There were 19 attorneys on Robert Mueller’s staff – 12 more than the Starr investigation.
- There were approximately 40 FBI agents, intelligence analysts, forensic accountants and other staff that assisted with the investigation.
- Approximately 500 individuals testified or interviewed with the Special Counsel’s team.
- There were 2800 subpoenas issued, 500 executed search warrants and 230 orders for communication records.
- In addition to the Special Counsel’s investigation, there were 3 separate Congressional investigations by the Senate Judiciary Committee, Senate Intelligence Committee, and the House Intelligence Committee – all of the committees found no evidence of collusion.
“President Trump told the American people from day one that he did not collude with the Russians and this report finally vindicates the President,” said NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox. “Democrats have refused to accept that their flawed presidential candidate lost the election fair and square, and have been desperate to undermine the legitimacy of President Trump at every turn. Their political witch hunt– led by Congressional Democrats–has done a disservice to Americans and it’s time to end. New York’s Democratic congressional delegation needs to get to work and start delivering for the people they represent.”
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on NYC Public Advocate Election Results
February 26, 2019
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on the Cuomo-de Blasio Congestion Pricing Scheme
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on Amazon Pulling Out of New York
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Cox on JCOPE Dropping Appeal to Article 78 Ruling
“Today’s sudden development that JCOPE is now dropping its appeal under a new admission that they allegedly already took a vote on investigating the clear crimes committed by Governor Cuomo and his top aide demands immediate answers, such as when the alleged vote was taken and why they misled the court. Why did they request an extension from the court and me to conduct a meeting they already had?
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on Conservative Party Chairman Mike Long’s Retirement Announcement
“For his entire political career and for more than 30 years as Chairman of New York’s Conservative Party, Mike Long has served as an indefatigable champion of conservative principles. A true Marine, Mike Long’s determination, grit and integrity served as a guiding light for a generation of conservative, and indeed many other, New Yorkers. I am proud to have served alongside him and count him as a trusted mentor and loyal friend. In all matters his word was his bond. I wish him all the best in this new chapter of his life with Eileen, and I trust they will enjoy more time with their family and many grandchildren.”
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Cox on JCOPE Filing Appeal to Block Vote on Cuomo Corruption
January 25, 2019… “JCOPE’s 11th hour appeal is a last-ditch attempt to block the judge’s ruling on our Article 78 lawsuit requiring them to adhere to their governing laws and take a vote on whether to investigate the clear crimes committed by Governor Cuomo and his closest confidante and campaign manager Joe Percoco. Every day that passes, JCOPE is proving itself to be brazenly beholden creature of the Governor, not dedicated to protecting the people of New York.