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4,000 miles isn't close enough

Close doesn't count when you're off by 4,000 miles, Lee Zeldin.

This is the Montauk Lighthouse. It's the oldest lighthouse in New York, an incredible part of our state's history right here on Long Island. It was authorized by President George Washington:

This is the Pakri Lighthouse, in the Eastern European country of Estonia:

Guess which one Lee Zeldin shows in his campaign commercials that talk about Long Island's waters?

Yes, the Estonian lighthouse. Does Lee spend so little time on Long Island that he didn't realize it wasn't an iconic local landmark? Or did he just think voters wouldn't notice?

Lee Zeldin personally approved that ad. He's required to by law.

So, Lee, how come you didn't get that the "Long Island lighthouse" you put on TV is a video from Estonia?!?

Donate today. Let's retire Lee Zeldin in November, so he has plenty of time to visit Estonia to see his lighthouse, and to visit real Long Island landmarks.


Posted on September 22, 2018.

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