FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, September 13, 2022
GLENS FALLS, NY– Yesterday, RedState reported that Far Left Downstate Democrat Matt Castelli left the National Security Council (NSC) earlier than expected because of his “job performance,” raising further questions about Castelli’s time at the NSC, which is already shrouded in controversy over allegations that Castelli drank heavily and engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace while on the clock, and often collected overtime pay while doing so.
According to RedState:
“[Castelli’s] actual job performance was also discussed in the story, particularly in a disagreement with former National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster over Castelli’s counterterrorism strategy.”
“[A] source who spoke on the condition of anonymity told RedState that he was pressured to depart from the role.The source added that Dan Stigall, the Director of Counterterrorism for the National Security Council for the White House from 2017 to 2019, ultimately ended up putting together the administration’s strategy.
Click HERE to read the full RedState story.
Senior Advisor to Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, Alex DeGrasse, stated:
“With each passing day, voters in Upstate New York and the North Country are learning more and more about Far Left Downstate Democrat Matt Castelli’s time at the National Security Council. From allegations of drinking heavily and engaging in inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace while on the clock to today’s report that he was pushed out early due to his poor job performance, it is clear that this Far Left Democrat from Poughkeepsie was unfit to serve on the NSC and is even more unfit to represent NY-21 in Congress.”