New York gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin (R) and lieutenant governor candidate Alison Esposito (R) joined FOX and Friends Tuesday morning to discuss their mission to “rescue” New York from the state of horrors it has turned into over the past few years.
Zeldin shared that they have been focusing on the issues that matter most to New Yorkers which includes rising crime, crushing taxes, and skyrocketing costs. He noted that the rise in violence is not just in New York City, but across the whole state. Zeldin asserted that New Yorkers are “hitting their breaking point” with all of these problems, and he has the solutions.
Esposito explained that she joined Zeldin at his request to be his partner because she “saw a city in turmoil,” “people suffering,” and her officers being “handcuffed by reckless policies” that were preventing them from doing their job. Esposito called out Governor Hochul for not being in touch with reality and for telling New Yorkers not to believe the horrors they are seeing with their own eyes.