Lee Zeldin doesn’t hold back in this most recent ad he sent out ahead of the midterms calling out Kathy Hochul for the failure she really is.
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New York state is just another one of those liberal states that is failing. But there is a glimmer of hope for the people of New York if Lee Zeldin can cross the finish line ahead of his psychotic liberal opponent.
Red state reports. Lee Zeldin, the Republican candidate for governor of New York, dropped a new ad on Thursday, and it is a stunner. Zeldin has shown impressive results in a debate against the Democratic incumbent, and a new poll suggests he is ahead of Hochul by fractions of a percentage point.
Kathy Hochul is a complete failure at her job, and Lee Zelding is right when it comes to crime and bad actions taken by the current Governor.
Post Millennial writes. A group of New York sheriffs has vowed not to aggressively enforce the state’s new strict gun laws, arguing that the new law “unfairly targets law-abiding citizens.”
Speaking with Fox and Friends earlier this month, Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giardino expressed concerns over the new law, which seeks to ban guns in “sensitive areas” like Times Square, religious centers, and subways.
Kathy Hochul is one of the worst governors in the country. Hochul has watched riots happen and did nothing about it. She has watched crime spike, and signed law to take guns away from law abiding citizens. She has even signed laws making certain words illegal to utter if you are working in the government. The people of New York deserve better when it comes to their safety, and Lee Zeldin offers that. Although what is mind blowing is how Kathy Hochul truly believes what she is doing is right, and that she has done a good job. Every metric used to describe her state since she took over has been appalling. Truth needs to breed action, and the people of New York need to wake up, and replace Hochul. To quote Zeldin “Their lives depend on it.”
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