The video ends with a call to capitalize viewers to "TAKE BACK CONTROL."
After the video was downloaded Lawrence Garvey chairman of the Rockland County Republican Party, defended it in a statement.
"Regardless of your thoughts on the video, there are facts that cannot be ignored," he said. "This is not, nor has it ever been, a religious issue. It is a matter of right and wrong. "
He added that" anyone who dares to speak out for development, corruption or education is immediately labeled anti-Semitic. "
But he wrote in a statement," the content of the video is factual. " "I have great respect for our Jewish neighbors and I want them to know that as their district executive you will always stand up to hatred," he said. "In this regard, the concerns raised by overdevelopment are accurate, well-founded and desperately needed. to be considered, but it must be done in a free manner r. rhetoric and malice. "
Mr. Wieder, the Democratic MP included in the Republican video, said that the far-right voting bloc was not united in support of development projects in the region, but was nevertheless used as a
"I was sad to see that my face was used in this horrible video," he said, adding, "I myself am against development."