Stan Fitzgerald is an activist, a major donor, an author and a former police detective on a mission to restore America to her Former Glory.

“If I am not for myself, who will be for me? But if I am only for myself, what am I?” Ronald Reagan

Stan Fitzgerald trending on Google as top story on government abuse, Fox news picks it up.


Stan Fitzgerald having taken on a role as executive producer in a forthcoming Frank X Panico documentary film about government abuse shares his story from decades ago on his consulting firm website to help promote the film.

Fitzgerald notes that while his story has always been on his personal website for anyone to review, most people find the slanted media coverage from 23 years ago when looking into it which lacks the exculpatory evidence, timeline explanation and many other facts showing he was a victim of the fraud not a co-conspirator.

“First of all, I am not the kind of guy that will use the victim card, I would rather just have my actions and generosity speak for themselves. People that whisper assume I benefit somehow from politics and the reality is that I am the benefactor. Up until Frank asked me to get involved with his film, I tended to not want to relieve that abuse I suffered from 23 years ago being it triggers my PTS to do, so but this project as it relates to the road our country is on is more important than my PTS. Look at what they are doing to President Trump, this can and will happen to all of you who call yourselves Republicans if you stand by on the sidelines and do nothing” said Stan Fitzgerald

From the trending news :

Stan Fitzgerald Legacy PAC founder is also President of Veterans for Trump and a very effective grassroots leader who focuses on helping elect candidates that will push back on government abuse as he was a victim decades ago.




Fitzgerald brings to the firm political campaign experience from 1986-1999 in New Jersey where he worked on three winning campaigns. Currently Fitzgerald has a vast political national network and experience with consulting both high profile and grassroots candidates. His unique services offer the ability of national press coverage reaching up to 180 million views.

Originally from Caldwell New Jersey Stan Fitzgerald now resides in Acworth Georgia where he started what developed to be a multi-million-dollar business in liquidations by going to yard sales and buying anything for resale online.

After retiring from a New Jersey Sheriff’s Department and moving to Georgia Fitzgerald was starting over with nothing.  He started a business that very simplistically navigated weekend yard sales throughout the state and purchased goods for resale on the internet.  From buying and selling other people’s junk, with his wife Donna, they turned that into a business that generated over 25 million dollars in sales on Amazon and Ebay in just 10 years.

After the 2020 election results, Fitzgerald felt disenfranchised as an American citizen so he chose to get involved with Republican America First politics.  His wife Donna pushed back stating you will be attacked when you succeed. Stan Fitzgerald knew very well he would be attacked eventually for stepping up to help Save America but he did it anyways.

In addition to questions with the 2020 presidential election results Fitzgerald documents that he was a victim of government abuse by the FBI which started in 1999.  In 1999 the FBI raided Fitzgerald’s NJ home in a fraud accusation. Fitzgerald passed two polygraph exams , establishing his innocence , while two different US attorney’s declined to prosecute. 58 months later (two months shy of the statute of limitations) after having legal fees drain the bank savings , a low level ASUA who worked environmental crimes leveraged his family’s freedom pertaining to a $20K tax evasion charge stemming from what an accountant changed on a tax return. Fitzgerald plead guilty to what he was innocent of so his family would not be jailed for an amount of alleged tax evasion that most people get a bill In the mail for. He chronicles this tragedy in great detail on his personal website : .

Watching the FBI create the Russia Hoax and abuse president Trump during his administration he saw the government abuse of its citizens was now out of control as they targeted a sitting US president with false orchestrated allegations, so as he set out to make a difference in American politics, he focused on fighting Government abuse as his mission.

Fitzgerald joined the Cobb County Georgia GOP where he rose through the ranks of Republican politics in lightning speed with his effective messaging and investigative skills. From his website we see that Fitzgerald was utilized in several proceedings to help organize data using his detective skills and eventually became a volunteer campaign consultant where he was extremely effective in grassroots campaigns.

While taking a candidate to tour the southern border Stan Fitzgerald connected with Vlad Lemets chairman of Veterans for America First AKA Veterans for Trump who asked him to join the organization as political director and the rest is history so to speak.

After joining VFAF Fitzgerald was instrumental in implementing policies and endorsement procedures that resulted in establishing what would be a very high primary endorsement success rate and national name recognition for the organization.   Fitzgerald would go on to prepare the group to fundraise and monetize their brand for expanding their work in America First politics.

After being named President of Veterans for Trump Stan Fitzgerald was invited to meet President Trump on 10 occasions and went on to form Legacy PAC to help build funds for America First candidates. During this time Fitzgerald worked alongside with the biggest names in American conservative politics and national conservative media.

To date Fitzgerald has not been compensated for his efforts and has self-funded all operations.  He also maintains a hands-off policy on bank accounts and donors to avoid the inevitable false accusations from the many operatives who would work against the movement.

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