From George Buck <[email protected]>
Subject Crash and burn disaster
Date June 30, 2020 3:46 PM
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Hi John,

I’m George Buck. I’m an American Patriot- a former member of the 101st Airborne Division, President of the 101st Airborne Association (FL), an Army veteran, a retired firefighter injured in the line of duty, a counterterrorism and bioterrorism expert…. And I need your help to reach our goal for the quarter!

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I'm afraid I don't have much time. The quarter is ending today, and I still have $8,840 left until I reach my goal

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! If I raise it, I win. If I don't, it could be a disaster.

Donate Today:

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This goal is important. Turncoat Charlie Crist votes MORE liberal when he thinks he doesn't have a strong challenger (what a Swamper, right?). We have to show him we are strong!

Pelosi and the Democrats make me sick. We need to take our country back! And we're not gonna take it back without a fighter to lead us. That's where I come in.

I will join President Trump in protecting our history, defending our monuments, and defending our Constitution! But I need your help

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to make that happen- because Turncoat Charlie Crist sure won't help!

To make sure you know what's at stake, I'm giving you a partial list of the statues taken down across the country by the Marxists.

If what you read makes you angry, donate to me

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Albany, N.Y.

Mayor Kathy Sheehan (D) said June 11 that she signed an executive order to remove the statue of Maj. Gen. Philip Schuyler from in front of city hall. Sheehan noted that Schuyler was reportedly the largest slave owner in Albany.

Albuquerque, N.M.

A statue was found vandalized on June 14 after a petition was created requesting its removal. The statue depicts Don Juan de Oñate and other conquistadors leading the Spaniards through "New Spain."

Alexandria, Va.

A 131-year-old Confederate statue was removed from an intersection on June 2. The statue, named "Appomattox," depicted a southern-facing Civil War soldier. The statue was originally planned for removal in July, but it was removed a month earlier due to the many statues that have been vandalized, The Washington Post reported.

Birmingham, Ala.

Protesters toppled a statue of Confederate officer Charles Linn on June 2. Additionally, Mayor Randall Woofin (D) agreed to remove an obelisk formally known as the Confederate Sailors and Soldiers Monument, NPR reported.


A Christopher Columbus statue was beheaded by protesters on June 10. The city later removed the damaged statue.


The George Washington statue in Washington Park was found vandalized on June 14. The statue could be seen spray painted, and it had a white hood placed on its head.

College Station, Texas

A statue of Confederate general Lawrence Sullivan Ross was vandalized on the evening of June 9. The statue had been spray painted with the word “racist” along with “BLM” and “ACAB.” The statue also had a rainbow colored wig placed on its head.


A Texas Ranger statue, named One Riot, One Ranger, was removed from Love Field airport on June 11. According to city officials, the decision was made by the Office of Arts and Culture and the airport.

Dearborn, Mich.

A statue of Orville Hubbard, the late mayor of Dearborn, was taken down on June 5. “Orville Hubbard—someone whose racist views should never have a place in our town—is one of those lessons for Dearborn,” Dearborn City Council President Susan Dabaja said in a Facebook post.

El Paso, Texas

A statue depicting Don Juan de Onate was vandalized on June 11. The statue is in the entrance of El Paso International Airport.

Fredericksburg, Va.

A slave auction block was removed on June 12. The block was the subject of controversy in the city as the phrase “move that block” became a popular chant during the protests.

Huntsville, Texas

The Confederate monument in downtown Huntsville was vandalized by protesters on June 9.

Indianapolis, Ind.

On June 8, the city began removing a monument that memorialized Confederate prisoners of war. “Our streets are filled with voices of anger and anguish, testament to centuries of racism directed at Black Americans,” Mayor Joe Hogsett (D) said in a statement. “We must name these instances of discrimination and never forget our past – but we should not honor them.”

Jacksonville, Fla.

A Confederate statue was removed on June 9. Mayor Lenny Curry (R) said he plans to remove all Confederate monuments citywide.

Louisville, Ky.

A statue of John Breckenridge Castleman, a Confederate officer, was removed from a Louisville square on June 8.

Madison County, Ala.

The Madison County Commission approved the removal of a Confederate statue outside the courthouse in downtown Huntsville. The resolution stated that the statue will be relocated to “an appropriate location.”


Protesters vandalized the statues of Christopher Columbus and Juan Ponce de Leon on June 10, spray painting a hammer and sickle, Black Lives Matter fists and more. Miami Police arrested seven suspects.

Mobile, Ala.

Mayor Sandy Stimpson (R) ordered the removal of a statue depicting Confederate Admiral Raphael Semmes on June 4. The statue was removed the following day and placed in “a secure location,” Stimpson said.

Montgomery, Ala.

A statue of Robert E. Lee was torn down by four protesters at the high school of the same name. The protesters were originally charged with the first degree of criminal mischief, however the charges were dropped on June 11.

Mount Pleasant, S.C.

On June 3, police found a monument in a historic Confederate Cemetery vandalized. Several symbols were spray painted on the monument, such as a swastika and “USA” written on the side.

Nashville, Tenn.

A statue of politician Edward Carmack was toppled on May 30 outside the state Capitol, The Associated Press reported. Carmack was known for criticizing the writings of Tennessee civil rights journalist Ida B. Wells.

Norfolk, Va.

A Confederate monument was vandalized on June 8. Mayor Kenny Alexander (D) announced that part of the monument will be removed from its current location.

Oxford, Miss.

A Confederate monument at the University of Mississippi was allegedly vandalized by a public school teacher on May 30. The words “spiritual genocide” were spray painted on the statue along with red hand prints.


A statue of the late Mayor Frank Rizzo was removed on June 2. “The statue is a deplorable monument to racism, bigotry, and police brutality for members of the Black community, the LGBTQ community, and many others,” Mayor Jim Kenny (D) said.


A statue of Christopher Columbus was vandalized on June 12. It was reportedly vandalized multiple times before the recent protests.

Portsmouth, Va.

Four Confederate statues were beheaded by protesters on June 10. Police did not step in to stop the vandalism as “such action would have required force which would have escalated the event,” Mayor John L. Rowe (I) said in a statement. “We can repair a monument, but we cannot bring back a life."

Providence, R.I.

A school teacher and two others were arrested after they allegedly vandalized a statue of Columbus on June 13. All three suspects were charged with desecration of a grave/monument and conspiracy.

Raleigh, N.C.

Protesters vandalized a Confederate statue at the state Capitol on June 10. The group, known as Raleigh United, has since added a golden plaque honoring George Floyd.

Richmond, Va.

Protesters took down three statues in Richmond. On June 6, a statue of Confederate Gen. Williams Carter Wickham was toppled by protesters. On June 10, a statue depicting former Confederate President Jefferson Davis was torn down. That same day, a statue of Christopher Columbus was taken down and thrown into a nearby lake.

Rocky Mount, N.C.

The city council voted to remove a Confederate monument on June 8. The city plans to remove more Confederate monuments.

Sacramento, Calif.

State lawmakers announced on June 17 that statues of Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella would be removed from the Capitol rotunda.

"Christopher Columbus is a deeply polarizing historical figure given the deadly impact his arrival in this hemisphere had on indigenous populations," Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins (D), Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon (D) and Assembly Rules Chairman Ken Cooley (D) said in a joint statement.

Saint Paul, Minn.

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Protesters tore down a statue of Columbus outside the state Capitol. A video shows protesters wrapping a rope around the statue’s neck and pulling it down.

Sharpsburg, Md.

The Robert E. Lee statue at Antietam National Battlefield and “Old Slave Block” in the town were vandalized on June 2.


If these acts of vandalism make you angry, help me reach my goal today!

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Will you contribute $25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000 or more to help me flip this swing seat from Blue to Red?

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I have an important fundraising deadline at the end of this month. Your help is needed!

Beat Charlie Crist, beat Pelosi. I can do it - but I need YOUR help urgently!

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For God and Country,


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Dr. George Buck, Jr.

101st Airborne Division

Republican Candidate for Congress, FL-13


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P.S. Every donation matters. Even $15, $35, or $60 or more will go a long way. But I must get it before the end of the month.

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Thank you and God bless. - George

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