New York Gubernatorial Candidate Goes All-In Criticizing Existing Leadership

New York Gubernatorial Candidate Goes All-in Criticizing Existing Leadership

New York Gubernatorial Candidate Reveals Ongoing Leadership Corruption — It’s Worse Than Previously Thought

( – Crime has increased in the US over the last two years. New York City has been hit especially hard, with shootings having more than doubled compared to 2019. The GOP candidate for the state’s gubernatorial race is now criticizing the sitting governor for being soft on criminals.

On Wednesday, July 27, Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) released a new ad slamming Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul over the cashless bond system for criminals. In the new campaign video, he discusses his own attack earlier in the month. David G. Jakubonis, 43, confronted the congressman during a speech to veterans. He was holding a black self-defense keychain that had two sharp points. The candidate grabbed him, and security tackled the man. Later, he was released from custody on his own recognizance.

In the video, Zeldin claims Hochul refuses to end the cashless bond program even as she watches crime rise. He tells New Yorkers to protect their families by voting for him.

Conservatives have blamed the governor for the attack because she sent a press release hours before the speech telling her supporters to RSVP. Hochul’s campaign listed several addresses for the congressman’s speaking engagements.

Lee has also slammed Hochul for refusing to fire Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg after he filed charges (and subsequently dropped them) on a bodega worker who stabbed an attacker to death in self-defense.

Essentially, Lee believes Democrats who run the state are locking up people who don’t deserve it while actual criminals are given breaks. What do you think?

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