Pinkerton: Lee Zeldin Channels Teddy Roosevelt, Deflects Would-be Assassin, Finishes Speech, and Hoses Liberalism

Pinkerton: Lee Zeldin Channels Teddy Roosevelt, Deflects Would-be Assassin, Finishes Speech, and Hoses Liberalism


If you want to see grace under pressure, Lee Zeldin is your man.

Making a speech, having somebody attack you with a blade, deflecting said blade, and finishing your speech—that’s about as grace-under-pressure-ish as you can get. It’s exactly what Ernest Hemingway had in mind when he used those words, “grace under pressure,” to describe the essence of courage. 

Furthermore, if you think that liberal anti-law and anti-order policies are a farce, the attack on Zeldin, a Republican member of Congress now running for governor of New York, is your proof. 

As Breitbart News’ John Binder wrote of the Empire State’s turn ‘em loose policies, “New York’s no-bail law, every day, helps free an array of accused criminals.” Fact check: True. The “array of

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