In case you haven’t watched the President Trump’s speech to the 2020 graduates of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, you can access the speech here. It is a must watch!
Also, we thought it would be helpful to share some recent updates from the NJGOP:
This week, the New Jersey Republican State Committee launched a campaign to expose Phil Murphy’s incompetence during the COVID-19 crisis. www.NJGOP.org/MurphyExposed is a website for people who are tired of being told to move to another State and want facts about their Governor’s failures.
“New Jersey deserves better. Our families and businesses deserve answers. We deserve a leader who is guided by facts, treats us as equals, and doesn’t ignore his own executive orders,” said NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt. “We have a duty to ensure that New Jerseyans everywhere know just how badly Governor Murphy has failed our State’s families.
www.NJGOP.org/MurphyExposed has answers. His weak leadership is killing our economy and his poor judgement is killing our loved ones. He had no plan to navigate us through this crisis, and he has no plan to guide us out of it.
“New Jersey needs strong Republican leadership, not another empty political suit. Phil Murphy is an empty political suit. More leading, less hiding.”
Gov. Phil Murphy is a hypocrite for supporting, and participating in Black Lives Matter protests while cracking down on others caught violating his COVID-19 orders against large gatherings, say two state lawmakers representing Roxbury.
State Sen. Anthony Bucco (R-25) and state Assemblywoman Aura Dunn (R-25) pointed to summonses issued last week to business owner Jennifer Rogers for hosting a rally in May where fellow small-business owners protested the closure orders.
After seeing governor at protest, Assemblyman Webber proposes Murphy’s Law
A day after calling for Gov. Phil Murphy to pardon New Jersey residents cited for violating pandemic executive orders, a North Jersey lawmaker has proposed what he calls “Murphy’s Law.”
Assemblyman Jay Webber, R-Morris, introduced a bill Thursday that would nullify a executive order as soon as the governor who issued it was found to have “broken the rule,” as Webber explained it on Facebook.
Webber drafted the measure after Murphy attended two Black Lives Matter marches in Union County on Sunday. At that time, the limit on outdoor gatherings remained at a maximum of 25 people.