NYS Gov. Kathy Hochul Gifted with Opportunity Upon Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin’s Arrest, Disgrace, and Indictment in Alleged Bribery Scheme
By Hezi Aris

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The NYS Gov. Kathy Hochul / Lt. Gov. H. Carl McCall Hezitorial Solution

Former NYS Comptroller H. Carl McCall Exudes Unblemished Integrity

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H. Carl McCall

YONKERS, NY — April 13, 2022 — History has gifted New York State Governor Kathy Hochul a resolution to her diminished prospect for re-election in the upcoming gubernatorial elections. The New York State Court of Appeals upheld back in 2009 that New York State Governor David Paterson was authorized to appoint a Lt. Governor as opposed to a long-held assumption that only the electorate was entitled to make that designation. 

The court’s 4-3 decision validated the premise that New York State Law legally permits the governor to fill vacancies as was accomplished back in 2008 when Gov. Paterson appointed  Richard Ravitch NYS Lt. Governor. The Court of Appeals’ decision restored and resuscitated the line of succession under the aegis of the New York State Governor.

The vitality, theory, and philosophy of law defined 14 years ago as recollected herein is a credible resolution that levels the political playing field once again. 

H. Carl McCall’s compendium of accomplishments are cover a vast array of fields. He traversed the ladder of accomplishment from high school teacher to New York State Senator, NewYork State Lt. Governor, New York State’s Human Rights Commissioner, United Nations Ambassador, SUNY Board Trustee and thereafter SUNY Board of Trustees Chairman. 

H. Carl McCall’s life’s accomplishments and demeanor catapult all his attributes to his capacity to align and reassert the prospects for re-election of a credible Democratic ticket to that of New York State Governor and Lt. Governor.   

eHeziNYS Gov. Kathy Hochul Gifted with Opportunity Upon Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin’s Arrest, Disgrace, and Indictment in Alleged Bribery Scheme
By Hezi Aris

Comments 7

  1. We got stuck with Hochul and she is not up to the job. Crime and taxes keep going up in New York. People say well you voted for them. It is time for real change not just a new set of cards. Astorino yes ran a lot but at least he is a fighter not just someone who stands in front of a microphone giving feel good comments.

  2. I really don’t understand this editorial. Carl McCall is a class act. He is EIGHTY-SIX YEARS OLD! I seriously doubt that, were he of the age to return to government, he would align himself with this unelected governor, who could have simply googled Benjamin’s name and found the claims against him. She is an idiot.

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      Interesting prospect. With all due respect to Mr. Jenkins, Mr. McCall checks off all he issue/concerns and most importantly, the necessary gravitas that Mr. Jenkins still needs to accrue. Kindly, Hezi. PO.S. Lest it be misunderstood, I respect Mr. Jenkins immensely. Kindly, Hezi

  3. no one votes for Governor of New York based on who the lieutenant governor happens to be.That said, no candidate for governor wants to have to explain why their running mate is under federal indictment for graft. Hochul has the support of the regular democratic machine in new york, and is therefore able to select a running mate that truly adds something to the equation. Perhaps an economic expert, or an environmental expert. In any event Gov Hochul is in no peril for re election and the Republicans are helping her out. The choice of the Republican and Conservative Party’s for Governor is a sitting Congressman, Lee Zeldin. His path to the nomination, however, is frought with danger. Rob Astorino who ran and lost for Governor, then ran and lost his job as County Executive in Westchester, and then who ran and lost his attempt to become a State Senator in his home district. That’s three losses within a short period of time. Yet, he is still challenging Lee Zeldin for the Republican line. In addition and complicating this scenario a bit more is the contest for the conservative party nomination. It is certainly no stretch to argue that having only the Republican nomination for statewide office in new york, with the Conservative party out there running someone else would be a kamakazee event, something that party leaders as well as their putative candidate for Governor, Lee Zeldin should think about.

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