TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is a comedian in his part-time job, but what’s more hilarious than his standup comedy routine is the notion that he thinks Governor Phil Murphy gives a crap about small business in New Jersey. The same governor that brags weekly about shutting down illegal bars, barbers and retail stores where people are doing whatever they can just to be able to put food on their table and the tables of their employees.
Today, Bramnick called upon Murphy to use federal relief under the CARES Act to help small businesses and residents make ends meet.
“As much federal funding as possible should go to small businesses and individuals,” said Bramnick (R-Union). “Our priority and primary concern should be meeting the needs of our residents.”
Mr. Bramnick, even the federal money that was allocated for small businesses suffering, especially those in New Jersey hasn’t yet made it to New Jersey, why do you think Govenor Murphy has any intention of helping hardworking small New Jersey businesses before earmarking all of that money towards bailing out illegal aliens who will end up sending large portions of their bailout overseas to support their families in Mexico, Central America and other places. It’s unsure if COVID-19 cabin fever got to Bramnick’s head and he confused his assembly press release with his comedy writing. Mr. Bramnick needs to take advantage of the newly opened parks and get some fresh air and come back down to reality.