LACEY TOWNSHIP, NJ – David Richter is working hard to stop the agenda of Nancy Pelosi and Andy Kim and today, he was greeted by a full house of Republican supporters at the Captain’s Inn in Lacey Township. Despite threats by Ocean County Chairman Frank Holman to drop support for the candidate over personal differences Holman shares with his archnemesis, former GOP Chairman George Gilmore, many who don’t fear the chairman’s wrath showed up anyway.
The sold-out event was able to generate funds to help Richter fight the powerful liberal Democrat machine’s assault on the resident of New Jersey and America. With, or without the support of the GOP chairman, Richter seemed poised to continue his fight to flip Congress back to the Republican Party this November.
The entire board of Ocean County Freeholders and most elected officials cowered to Holman’s threats and skipped the function, but at least 200 conservative Republicans came out despite the warning. In the audience was former Toms River Mayor Thomas Kelaher, making one of his first public appearances since stepping out of the public spotlight last November.
Holman’s petty dispute with a splinter faction of Republicans could have dire consequences for the entire country, should Richter lose his election to Andy Kim in November where every seat in Congress matters as the left continues their push to send America towards socialism, defunding police and perhaps bankrupting the nation.
This week, Mayor Mo Hill, of Toms River was reportedly calling township employees and threatening them not to attend the political function today, according to several sources within town hall.
Per Governor Phil Murphy’s executive order, political functions are exempted from indoor capacity limits and face masks are not required to be worn by diners inside restaurants.