Croton-on-Hudson, NY - The quiet village of Croton-on-Hudson is dealing with recent posters sponsored by the extreme group Identity Evropa. Founded in 2016, the group has adopted anti-capitalist and extreme left wing economic positions while promoting racial segregation.
New York State Senator Terrence Murphy, who was born and raised in the Hudson Valley, stated the following,
"This is not the Westchester I grew up in or the Westchester I am raising my kids in. Let's be unequivocally clear: there is no room in our community for any form of hatred or any association who endorses such hate.
I applaud our neighbors and friends in the Croton community who have taken it upon themselves to peacefully counter the Evropa efforts. We should all remember to put love above hate."
Love Above Hate fliers will be supplied by Senator Murphy's office for residents to distribute in their community. Constituents requesting the fliers should stop by the Shrub Oak district office or call (914) 962-2624.