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Central Jersey Republican Party Chairman Star of Viral “N-Word” Video, Under Fire Again

SOUTH AMBOY, NJ – Brandon Kubinak, until recently served as a lead political consultant on the U.S. Senate campaign of Rikin Mehta.  That is, until Shore News Network confronted Mehta on a video Kubinak made while attending Monmouth University in which he and friends are on video just yelling out the n-word for no apparent reason. Kubinak now attends Middlesex County College and is the chairman of the South Amboy Republican Party.

Click below to listen to Kubinak’s N-Word Video…Make sure the volume is on… NSFW.


That video got Kubinak expelled from Monmouth University and became a viral video, even getting coverage on the popular national news website, Buzzfeed.  It wasn’t however, enough to force Mehta to fire Kubinak.

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Mehta knew about the video and was even confronted about the video several times during the campaign.  It wasn’t until this April that Mehta silently moved Kubinak off the campaign. There was no apology, no condemnation, no regrets.   It was business as usual as Mehta moved on like nothing happened.

Now, as America is in full swing with the Black Lives Matter and in a fight for its life to seek racial justice, Mehta and his associates are hoping the racism can be kept to the back of their campaign bus where nobody can see it.

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Kubinak however, still serves the Republican Party and party leaders have refused to comment on his racist n-word video.  We reached out to every single Republican State Senator and Assemblyman several times in the past few weeks to get their opinion on the current GOP Chairman of the South Amboy Republican Party.


We reached out to NJ State GOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt, Monmouth County GOP Chairman Shaun Golden and Ocean County GOP Chairman Frank Holman.


We reached out to many other leaders of the Republican party in New Jersey.

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