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Steinhardt: Murphy Still Abusing CARES Act Funding While Small Businesses Struggle

November 23, 2020

Steinhardt: Murphy Still Abusing CARES Act Funding While Small Businesses Struggle . Trenton, NJ – On Friday, Governor Murphy said at a press conference that “N.J. would have ‘blood on our hands’ if we shut indoor dining, retail without stimulus money.”  . Republicans continue to beat the drum that Murphy is clamoring for more stimulus money, but at […]

Murphy Celebrates More Debt

November 21, 2020

Murphy Celebrates More Debt   . Yesterday, Governor Murphy moved on $4B in borrowing to balance his bloated State budget. . The Murphy Administration celebrated their borrowing scheme by touting the “low” interest rates they received, ignoring (or simply not caring) that they are shackling generations of New Jerseyans with more debt.  . NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt […]

Murphy Fails To Protect Nursing Homes, Again

November 18, 2020

Murphy Fails To Protect Nursing Homes, Again Throughout the covid crisis, the most jarring scenes of loss occurred in our state’s nursing and veterans homes and other long term care facilities. Recent reports indicate that outbreaks of Covid-19 in these facilities are skyrocketing yet again.  NJ nursing home outbreaks: Oct. 19: 156 Oct. 26: 164 […]

Democrat Mayor Blames Murphy For Crime Surge

November 17, 2020

Democrat Mayor Blames Murphy For Crime Surge   According to a new report, Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh is blaming Governor Murphy’s early prisoner release program for the surge in gun crime. NorthJersey.com reports that more people have been shot in Paterson this year than at any other time in the past decade, according to city […]

NJGOP Calls On Murphy To Address Violence

November 16, 2020

NJGOP Calls On Murphy To Address Violence   Over the weekend, in Washington DC, there were multiple reports of physical assault and harassment of President Trump’s supporters. NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt is calling on Governor Murphy to address the violence: “Governor Murphy holds a leadership position within the Democrat Party, which is why his silence […]

Chairman Steinhardt On Murphy Re-Election Announcement

November 13, 2020

Chairman Steinhardt On Murphy Re-Election Announcement NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt released the following statement in response to Governor Murphy’s announced re-election: “Governor Murphy’s first term resulted in the reckless deaths of more than 7,100 seniors and veterans, the early release of COVID positive, violent prisoners into our neighborhoods and communities, shuttered businesses, shattered dreams, and […]

Murphy Quietly Has One Of Worst Weeks Yet

November 9, 2020

Murphy Quietly Has One Of Worst Weeks Yet     Overshadowed by the 2020 election, Governor Murphy quietly had one of the worst weeks of his tenure in office. Slapped with a credit downgrade as he borrows over $4 billion. Released violent prisoners convicted of conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, aggravated manslaughter and homicide. […]

Murphy’s silence on Trump death threat is unbecoming of his office

November 6, 2020

Murphy’s silence on Trump death threat is unbecoming of his office   . On Wednesday morning, Collingswood County Committeeman Chris Emrich tweeted support for the assassination of President Trump. Emrich said we need a “John Wilkes Booth” project, a clear reference to the murder of President Lincoln. . Despite public outcry within his party, Governor Murphy […]

Testa Blows The Lid Off COVID Positive Prisoner Scandal

November 3, 2020

Testa Blows The Lid Off COVID Positive Prisoner Scandal NJGOP Comment . Senator Michael Testa has released an internal Murphy Administration memorandum detailing plans to release COVID-positive inmates at bus and train stations tomorrow with no warning to the general public. . This comes on the heels of an announced Federal Investigation into the Murphy Administration ordering COVID positive […]

Democrat Legislators Give Up On Oversight

October 30, 2020

Democrat Legislators Give Up On Oversight       Yesterday, the New Jersey Senate Democrats shut down an attempt by Republicans to limit the lengths of the emergency declaration the Governor can declare.   On a straight party line vote, S2482 was tabled, keeping the state of emergency the Governor can declare at its current […]