Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants the bigot who taped an anti-Semitic message to the storefront of Assemblywoman Rebecca Seawright’s Upper East Side office brought to justice, he said.
“This cowardly act is antithetical to New York’s values,” Cuomo tweeted Wednesday that linked to a Post story on the hateful message.
“New York has zero tolerance for hate and we will do everything in our power to hold those responsible accountable. I extend my sympathy to @SeawrightForNY that this repugnant note was left at her office,” the governor said.
The lurid message, which The Post is not reprinting, made sexual references and alluded to Jewish stereotypes.
Seawright recently sponsored a “virtual town hall” event that focused on combating anti-Semitism and featured New York state Jewish leaders.
She filed a criminal complaint with the NYPD.
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