Democrat NJ Governor Busted

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by William Mahoney, Ph.D.  •  •  October 28, 2021   

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Gov. Phil Murphy, D-NJ: "Saying that it's your call and governments can't mandate a vaccine or no masking is akin to supporting drunk driving."

Republicans in the Garden State are vexed over vaccine mandate plans the incumbent governor is concealing. Recently exposed in undercover videos, the fake-Catholic governor intends to implement a statewide jab mandate after he wins reelection in November. Church Militant's William Mahoney has more on the plan and the outrage.

Governor Phil Murphy has Republicans in an uproar over his apparent vaccine mandate deception to garner votes. New Jersey GOP executive director Tom Szymanski lamented that the exposé released Monday seems to confirm "a second Murphy term will bring about the same type of vaccine passports seen in Bill de Blasio's New York."

Project Veritas exposed Murphy's senior campaign advisor discussing the vaccine mandate subterfuge.

Reporter: "Well, you see, that's good to know then, that after he wins, he'll do the mandates, the vaccine mandates."

Wendy Martinez, Murphy senior advisor: "He will. But right now is about him winning."

Murphy's gubernatorial challenger posted his campaign's response to the undercover video: "Our campaign has long suggested that the governor was too willing to put political science before actual science during this pandemic. If this tape is verified, Gov. Murphy has a lot of explaining to do."

That video further shows a manager for Democrat-funded New Jersey Forward, confirming Murphy's deception.

Matthew Urquijo, New Jersey Forward: "I mean, once, you know, we have a win, he's like, alright, guns blazing, like, who cares? I'm in it; let's do the mandates. Let's do this."

Murphy's campaign is responding with phrases like "dangerous conspiracy theories" and "selectively edited footage."

Planned Parenthood, which endorses Murphy, used all the same phrases in 2015 when the Center for Medical Progress exposed the abortion chain's gruesome body-parts side hustle.

Sadly, though less extreme, Murphy's Republican challenger is also pro-abortion, so whether or not vaccine mandates happen in the Garden State, ongoing child slaughter is guaranteed.

Murphy's campaign also called Project Veritas' James O'Keefe a "right-wing propagandist."

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