Lee Zeldin slams Bill Clinton for his joke during Hochul Rally

November 6 2022 NEW YORK, New York – Republican Governor candidate Lee Zeldin blasted former President Bill Clinton for making a joke during his rally for Gov. Kathy Hochul.

“Bill Clinton and Kathy Hochul laughing and joking about recent subway crimes tells you everything you need to know about how little they care about your life and safety,” said Congressman Zeldin. “You know who’s not laughing? The 9 people who died on the subway this year, the 11-year-old girl who was sexually assaulted on the subway this week or the 78-year-old who was beaten by a man with 25 prior arrests in the middle of the afternoon. Clinton and Hochul think that New Yorkers’ lives and safety are a joke, and concerns about safety are a ‘conspiracy’. We all deserve better.”

Video by Oliya Scootercaster

On Saturday November 5th, Governor Kathy Hochul campaigned on Saturday with former President Bill Clinton in Brooklyn, bringing out top democrats names in the final days of her race for re-election against GOP rival Lee Zeldin.

Video by Oliya Scootercaster (FNTV Freedomnews.tv)

“Lee Zeldin makes it sound like Kathy Hochul goes to the nearest subway station, passes out billy clubs and baseball bats,” the former President Bill Clinton said during the rally – “Looks like he’s looking to replace Dwayne Johnson in all his movies.”

“Are you scared? I’m scared…”
Governor Hochul spoke ahead of former President Bill Clinton in Brooklyn.

“Will you stand with me when we stand up against extremism and election deniers who try to thwart our democracy?”

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