New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's continued association with anti-Israel radical Linda Sarsour is "appalling," while the politician's seeming turn against Israel "is certainly not what New Yorkers support," declared Gillibrand's Republican challenger, Chele Farley.
"We absolutely cannot have that," stated Farley of Gillibrand's ties to Sarsour. "It is not good for the people of New York. It is not what they think."
Farley, who is running against Gillibrand in next month's election here, was speaking after the New York politician appeared with Sarsour at a Washington D.C. rally last Thursday to speak against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, who was officially confirmed to the Supreme Court on Saturday.
Sarsour introduced Gillibrand to attendees as a politician "who works for us on the inside."