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Independent Senate Candidate Everett Stern Hosts Campaign Rally and Press Conference on the Iconic “Rocky” Steps at Philadelphia Museum of Art

Sunday, October 23, 2016 13:04
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PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 20, 2016, /PRNewswire/ — U.S. Senate Candidate Everett Stern ( asks supporters and the press to join him at 3 pm on Saturday, October 29 for a rally and press conference on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art – steps made famous in “Rocky.” Stern will reveal critical and disturbing intelligence about his opponent, Republican incumbent Pat Toomey, who has repeatedly shown blatant disregard for the well-being of American democracy.

“My mission is to restore and uphold the values that have made this nation great,” explains Stern. “Values like truth, justice, and loyalty are in short supply – because party politics is a machine that too often serves its own ends, ignoring the will and the best interests of the people. I’m no politician, and I don’t answer to billionaires and corporate donors. My mandate comes from the people, and as Senator, I’ll make every decision with the people in mind.” 

During the rally, Stern will be donating $1,000 to the Philadelphia Police Department. He will also reveal some unsettling findings of the hidden forces pulling strings on the Black Lives Matter movement. His position on this and every issue is that citizens deserve to know the truth, which is the only way to achieve real understanding and to make informed decisions.

At the start of his campaign, Pennsylvania’s Republican Party worked hard to keep Stern off the ballot, forcing him to run as an independent ( He didn’t allow that setback to dampen his resolve. Instead, Stern went back into the ring even more determined to prove that American politics doesn’t have to be “business as usual.”

As Election Day draws near, Stern continues fighting the good fight on behalf of all Americans. “I have nothing to lose,” he says, “because I’m on the right side of history, and my core values of honor and integrity can’t be bought.”

About Everett Stern

Everett Stern is a U.S. Senate Candidate, Intelligence Director at Tactical Rabbit, and the HSBC Whistleblower. He has received extensive international media coverage, including a feature in Rolling Stone Magazine. Mr. Stern uncovered, analyzed, and reported terrorist financing/national security threats to the CIA and then the FBI. As the whistleblower in the ongoing HSBC money laundering scandal, he uncovered billions of dollars of illegal money laundering transactions that led to a SEC investigation and a $1.92 billion penalty against HSBC in 2012.

In the fall of 2013, Stern (R-PA) worked across the aisle with Maxine Waters (D-CA), the ranking Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee, on the Holding Individuals Accountable and Deterring Money Laundering Act. This legislation sought to give the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network the authority to litigate on its own and to stiffen penalties and criminal sentences for bank executives involved in money laundering. Stern received a BA from Florida Atlantic University and an MBA from Stetson University. He was the winner of the F&M Presidential Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement and was a highly-ranked national debater.


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