The battle for New Jersey’s Republican nomination for Governor got hot this week after Ocean County candidate Joseph Rullo called his opponents “bullshit artists” and “career politicians” in a Facebook live message.
Rullo used the 40 minute session to call for an end to career politicking in New Jersey and played his Trump card again with his supporters.
While his opponents Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli continue to fight over establishment GOP support across New Jersey, Rullo doubled down on the everyday New Jersey resident who isn’t vying for political appointments or contracts in the event of a November win.
Rullo reiterated his support for conceal carry legislation, tougher stances on illegal immigration and out of control taxes in the Garden State.
He also told his supporters that when his opponents were turning on Trump, he has stood behind the President from beginning to present.
In the video, Rullo again expressed his displeasure of the state being last in many important categories, including among the highest gas prices in the nation, highest property taxes, highest exit rate and highest cost per mile of road in the country.
Rullo has won 10 out of 10 online polls this year, including a poll conducted by the Asbury Park Press.