Mar-a-Lago Raid is Assault on Presidency, Constitution

By Diane Sare

August 9, 2022--I must strongly condemn this raid, not merely as an unwarranted assault on the residence and person of former President Trump but as an assault on the office of the Presidency and on the Constitutionally-guaranteed principle of self-government. This kind of judicial overreach always originates in London, as the August 4 London Guardian Op Ed by American writers Tribe and Aftergut indicates, and as experienced by those of us who worked on any of Lyndon LaRouche’s eight presidential campaigns. The British Empire has never accepted the American Revolution, and particularly since the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, has deployed its lackeys at the Justice and State Departments, and in the FBI, to return us to our colonial identity, particularly by undermining the Constitutional institution of the Presidency. While former President Trump is a target, this is not merely about him personally, but about the institution of the Presidency, which is why this raid on his home is so outrageous.

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US Senate Candidate Diane Sare Responds to Ukrainian Blacklisting; Questions Schumer’s Intention

July 31, 2022—On July 14 the Ukrainian Government's  “Center to Counter Disinformation” posted my name and photograph on a list of 72 individuals whom they accuse on their website of “promoting narratives consonant with Russian propaganda.”  While that is already an egregious assault on our Constitutional right to Freedom of Speech by a foreign power, I have since learned that on the day the Ukrainian blacklist was posted, the Center’s Director Andriy Shapolavov, speaking at an international roundtable on “countering disinformation” with “representatives of state authorities, public organizations, mass media and international experts…supported by the US State Department” called such people as those listed, “information terrorists,” and said that Ukraine is preparing legislation so that such people can be prosecuted as “war criminals.” (See the Center’s website

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Sare Campaign Succeeds Against All Odds In Gathering 45,000 Signatures to Appear On the Ballot to Oppose Sen. Chuck Schumer In 2022

June 4, 2022—Diane Sare, a LaRouche candidate for the U.S. Senate from New York, filed well over 45,000 signatures with the New York State Board of Elections on May 31st, in a spectacularly successful campaign run by all volunteers statewide to put Sare on the ballot against incumbent Senator Chuck Schumer.  Sare noted: “The successful petitioning  campaign constitutes a major breakthrough, given that the new requirements were designed to prevent independent and minority party candidates from being able to comply.  Only people committed to going the extra mile, standing in the rain, putting in extra long hours, and making sometimes great personal sacrifice could possibly have done this.  We did not allow arbitrary new rules  of an arrogant, self-defined oligarchy be used to silence people, at a moment when we are facing deadly hyper-inflation and possible thermonuclear war.”

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This July 4th, Declare Independence from Insanity – Convoke a New Bretton Woods Conference, with Economic Justice for All

(June 29, 2022)—On July 4, 1776, the founders of our Republic issued their Declaration of Independence from the British Empire. On July 4, 2022, just four years away from our 250th anniversary, every American would benefit from a thoughtful review of that founding document to see how far we have strayed from our original intent. In fact, thanks to our subservience to the City of London, Wall Street and Hollywood, not to mention our lying, misnamed “intelligence agencies,” our government, as typified by Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer, has been recaptured by that Empire from which we declared our independence 246 years ago. Any honest patriot will admit that our beloved nation is now the perpetrator of the very acts of unjust barbarism which the British Empire had imposed on the thirteen original colonies, and for which we fought a war to liberate ourselves. 


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Sare for U.S. Senate Campaign Files 45K-Plus Petition Signatures for N.Y. November Ballot Status

May 31, 2022—The Sare for Senate campaign is pleased to announce that the superhuman efforts of our supporters has resulted in gathering well over 45,000 signatures of duly registered New York State voters to place Diane Sare’s name on the ballot as a challenger to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

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Address to South Queens Republicans

Diane addresses South Queens Republicans, May 17, 2022.

Diane Sare on the Nazi Killings in Buffalo and the U.S. Support for Nazis in Ukraine

May 15, 2022--The following statement was released on video today by Diane Sare in response to the senseless slaughter of ten people in Buffalo Saturday by a crazed teenager, wearing one of the symbols made popular by the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion in Ukraine, now sponsored, armed and trained by the U.S. and U.K. governments:

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Victory in Europe Day -Time to Bury Neo-Nazism

Sare for Senate Statement, May 9, 2022.

Diane Addresses 1791 Society

Diane addresses the 1791 Society in Lackawanna, New York April 20, 2022

Schumer Must Cease Support of Russian Sanctions Bill

(Feb. 10, 2022)--Diane Sare, LaRouche Independent Candidate for U.S. Senate from New York, today called upon her opponent Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to cease efforts to pass a bi-partisan "pre-emptive strong sanctions bill against Russia," and to instead begin discussion on the new treaty agreement proposed by Russia to the United States on December 15, 2021. Schumer is demanding that sanctions, such as those included in the bill by Robert Menendez (D-NJ), be imposed prior to a Russian invasion of Ukraine despite repeated denials by Russia that it is planning an invasion, denials echoed by the government of Ukraine itself. Schumer added that the administration is "pushing" German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to adopt the White House's hard line regarding Nord Stream 2, killing the completed pipeline in the event of the outbreak of war. Menendez met with Scholz on Monday in an attempt to sway him toward taking that step, but Scholz has so far refused.