New York GOP gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin stopped by Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to discuss what the first day of a Zeldin Administration might look like for the state of New York.
“I want to do everything I possibly can in the first 100 minutes,” Zeldin said. “I mean, I want to have a very active day one. I just announced a couple days ago that as soon as I am sworn into office, I’m going to be declaring a crime emergency here in the state of New York. I’m going to suspend New York’s cashless bail laws and some other pro-criminal laws that have been passed, force the legislature to come to the table to negotiate an improvement because we have to take back our streets. We need law abiding New Yorkers back in control of New York streets instead of criminals.”
“I’ve previously announced that my first action, my first day that I’m in office, is telling them the Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg that he’s being removed for his refusal to enforce the law,” he later added. “But it doesn’t stop there. We need to support our men and women in law enforcement, we need to make sure whether it’s cashless bail, less is more, raise the age, hall tax, some of these other names of laws that have passed, which don’t get as much attention are resulting in people getting hurt, law abiding New Yorkers getting hurt.”
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NY gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin: "As soon as I am sworn into office, I am going to be declaring a crime emergency here in the State of New York." pic.twitter.com/3PvLpmPDdl
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Last week, a shooting took place right outside Zeldin’s Long Island residence, with his two daughters just feet away from the deadly gunshots.
“It really freaked them out. This is something where you had two people who got shot who are essentially lying down about 10 feet from where they were doing homework,” Zeldin said.
“One of the bullets landed about 30 feet from where the girls were doing homework,” Zeldin continued.