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County Executive Ed Day calls the content of the video “factual” but says the “tone and undercurrent” were “unacceptable.”
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The video allegedly took aim at a Facebook page called “Block the Block Vote,” which advocates against the influence of the Orthodox bloc vote in Rockland.