Rep. Claudia Tenney’s campaign in upstate New York is warning staffers their safety is at risk because the family of her Democratic opponent, Anthony Brindisi, is “criminal” and “thuggish.”
The campaign cautioned staffers in a memo to “not go out at night alone,” “be aware of strange cars,” “be alert to whether you are being followed” and “examine your locks” for tampering.
The memo, obtained by The Post, says the precautions are necessary because of the criminal history of Brindisi’s father and brother. Continue reading at NYpost.com.
— WKTV (@WKTV) September 19, 2018
This morning @_talkfm Rep. Tenney #NY22 defended a campaign memo (recently cited in @nypost story) criticizing Anthony Brindisi's family for "violence, intimidation, and thuggish behavior." @EMPIREREPORTNY @igorbobic @CTLizB @JimmyVielkind @MarkWeinerDC https://t.co/X9dheOni2i
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