BREAKING NEWS – New York City, New York – New York’s Republican gubernatorial hopeful, Lee Zeldin, wrangled with incumbent Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul in a primetime debate over rising crime and the ongoing surge of violence plaguing the state’s citizens.

“We need to make our streets safe again. I’m running to take back our streets, and to support, unapologetically, our men and women in law enforcement,” Zeldin said when asked about his crime policy.

Hochul fired back. “What your problem is, your skin is too thin,” she began. “People assault and kill people out here all the time. It used to bother me, but not anymore. Murderers are attention seekers, and I won’t play their game. They can kill all they want, and I’ll ignore them while walking passed the dead bodies, no matter how high they’re stacked up.”