Sergio Rodriguez

Sergio Rodriguez Discussion leads to solutions. Apathy leads to destruction.

Sergio Rodriguez learned the value of honest, hard-work from his family. These values were reinforced when he joined the U.S. Marine Corps, and have been at the heart of his grassroots community service. Sergio brings a fresh approach, new ideas and high energy as he serves in community organizations in the City of Buffalo.

What can we do to fix this? FYI: The City of Buffalo’s African-American population is 38%

What can we do to fix this? FYI: The City of Buffalo’s African-American population is 38%


What do you think about reparations?


The Pentagon today unveiled a new policy that bans the display of the Confederate flag on all military bases. Should ALL places ban the flag?


President Trump said that “he would do everything he could” to help the St. Louis couple that aimed their guns at protesters. Is he on the right side of this issue?


If we can go to bars and restaurants, why can’t schools reopen?


COVID-19 cases are rising, but deaths are not. Why is that?


Why is the President trying to undermine Dr. Fauci?


Should kids go back to school this year?


Was America drunk when it named military bases after Confederacy leaders?


Did President Trump ABUSE his power by commuting Roger Stone’s prison sentence?

The Christopher Columbus statue in Columbus Park was removed this morning. Is this the right thing to do?

The Christopher Columbus statue in Columbus Park was removed this morning. Is this the right thing to do?


The CEO of Goya Foods said the US is ‘truly blessed’ with President Trump. Will you still be buying their products?


Has the President prepared our country for schools to reopen?


The President is withdrawing the United States from the World Health Organization (WHO). Are we less safe?


What’s gonna change if Joe Biden gets elected?


Is it fair to say that neither political party is better than the other?


Why do you think the President picked Mount Rushmore to give his speech? 


Happy 4th! Is America great again yet? 🇺🇸


Do police officers get paid enough?


Who would want to be a cop nowadays?


A Buffalo Police officer was suspended without pay for calling a woman the C word. Are you happy with this outcome?


President Trump tweeted a video of someone shouting “white power”. Was this an accident?




Should the government be allowed to force people to wear a mask?


Can you say one GOOD thing about undocumented immigrants?


How would you feel about a Republican who votes for Biden instead of Trump?

Donald Trump fled to a bunker in the basement of the White House earlier this month when protesters rallied in front of ...
Mayor skedaddles when protesters approach - Investigative Post

Donald Trump fled to a bunker in the basement of the White House earlier this month when protesters rallied in front of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Mayor Byron Brown did him one better tonight when he fled in a police car when a group of about 70 protesters began marching down his street.

The marchers began at Niagara Square and started walking up Delaware Avenue, then North Street, and then Elmwood Avenue. Ingersoll said they then made an impromptu decision to head to the mayor’s house, located near Canisius College in the Hamlin Park neighborhood.

About five uniformed officers were awaiting the marchers about 8:30 p.m. on the mayor’s street. Several houses before demonstrators reached Brown’s residence, marching behind a banner that read “Defund BPD,” the mayor emerged from his house and officers quickly escorted him into a police car and drove off.

Five additional squad cars, and possibly some plain clothes officers, subsequently showed up. — Investigative Post

Mayor Byron Brown fled his Hamlin Park residence Wednesday night when about 70 protesters started marching down his street.


The President activated National Guard troops to protect Confederate monuments in DC. Is this the best use of their time?

Is he for real with this?

Is he for real with this?


Is there ANY good reason to fly the Confederate flag?


What do police need to do to change?

Downtown Buffalo. Photography by

Downtown Buffalo.

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Is the turnout in Tulsa an indication of what will happen in November?


Should Juneteenth be a FEDERAL Holiday?


Happy Juneteenth everyone! ✊🏾✊🏽✊🏿🤎🖤


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Since there is such a loyal following of Mr. Sergio Rodriguez I have began following. Postings not worth my time.
Maybe the left should dump Biden and replace him with Cuomo?
When Trump suggested the 2 trial drugs used for Malaria for Corona he was scoffed at by the left but now that Cuomo supports it the left calls Cuomo a hero and a pioneer! Typical left b.s. it's never a good idea until one of those own supports it.
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Decide for yourself...
Being that you have connections at City Hall in all can you ask the mayor what's going on with the Louisiana bridge between South Park and Seneca
Hey Sergio, you were on here last week trying to raise money for the earthquake victims in Puerto Rico, so I was just wondering, what do you think about this that's been in the news lately, exactly who's fault do you think this is, and why should we be willing to donate even MORE, knowing the corrupt politicians there aren't getting the donations to the people that need them. I'll sit and wait while you delete this post and never bother to respond to it.
Looks like Trump was correct about Puerto Rico's corruption, mismanagement and ineptitude.... still Blaming Trump?
The feds released $16 billion in aid to PR today