Hochul’s most insulting bid to purchase your vote with your individual cash


We’ve made a giant deal of Gov. Kathy Hochul’s near-$1 billion slush fund, because it’s so unprecedented {that a} single politician have a lot taxpayer money to spend at her sole discretion. But it surely might not be probably the most insulting means she’s attempting to purchase votes with the voters’ personal cash.

We’re not even speaking about different pork-barrel spending like providing $6 billion in subsidies for the Micron chip plant in Syracuse or comparable “financial growth” schemes — which inevitably are web losers for all however the direct beneficiaries.

No, the most important insult is the almost $2 million in taxpayer-funded income-tax “rebate” checks (about $270 apiece) set to reach in voters’ mailboxes simply forward of Oct. 29, when early voting begins.

These observe the house owner “tax rebate” checks that arrived within the mail a number of weeks earlier than the gov’s main in June. They got here with a brief word: “Gov. Hochul and the New York State Legislature are offering you this.”

No, they’re not. The taxpayers — you — are.

Don’t let Hochul purchase your vote with your individual cash. Train Kat a lesson, and forged your poll for Lee Zeldin.


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