BILL O'REILLY (GUEST): New York City, so Zeldin wins more than ninety percent of the counties in New York, Okay? But he loses the race because African-Americans in the poor neighborhoods of the Bronx, Brooklyn and Upper Manhattan and Harlem come out nine-to-one against Zeldin.
There are bodies in the streets in these neighborhoods. They are run by drug gangs. Elderly people live in fear, children can't get educated. Corruption is everywhere, yet the people in those neighborhoods vote for more corruption, give me more of it -- because Hochul is never going to solve the problem. She won't even acknowledge the problem.