FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 11, 2019
List of Unsafe Sites Reaches Into Senate & Official Congress
Communications Director, United National Committee
Cedar Park, TX – The Unity Party of America’s list of unsecure and unsafe websites (https://unityparty.us/security/) has grown dramatically to include not only the campaign websites of sitting United States Senators, but several official Congressional websites. Live links to these iffy sites (be sure to not donate through them, at the very least) and permanent proof in the form of pictures are included on the Unity Party security page which will be updated regularly.
“I have to say I’m dumbfounded that the elected Federal officials we would like to entrust with our nation’s security can’t even get their act together on an issue as basic as SSL certificates for websites,” says United National Committee Chairman Bill Hammons. “On Veterans Day we need to remember the danger of not being prepared for the next war, and I’m afraid that when the Cyber Pearl Harbor comes, our nation’s complacent incumbents will let us down. All official Unity Party non-candidate websites are now secure, we’ll soon be adding a cybersecurity tenet to our proposed Candidate Code of Conduct, and, as we’re hours away from fielding a fourth Colorado US Senate candidate who called me at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month to inform me he was running, I hope the Unity Party will set new standards for future political conduct.”
About the Unity Party of America
The Unity Party of America was founded on November 4, 2004. This Centrist national political party now covers 40 States — latest State: Wyoming — is officially recognized at the State level as a result of successful Unity Party candidate petitions as well as at the Federal level (FEC # C00591313), and has fielded several 2020 candidates for all levels of Federal office. Its official and secure website is www.unityparty.us.
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