In New Jersey, Selling Pool Supplies for Summer is Still a Crime

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MORRIS PLAINS, NJ – As New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy continues turning a blind eye to the inherent COVID-19 health risks associated with rioting and looting, one North Jersey pool store was issued a Murphy’s Law violation for selling pool supplies.   Pelican Pool & Patio of Morris Plains had police show up at their business as they were selling customers much-needed pool gear as the summer of COVID-19 is about to begin.  Great weather is in store for this weekend, but in Murphy’s version of New Jersey, buying pool supplies is dangerous.   According to Murphy henchman, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, the owner of the store was charged by the Parsippany Police Department with violating the emergency orders by admitting customers into the business he owns, Pelican Pool and Patio. Police found 20 to 30 people inside the store shopping. The store is permitted to conduct curb-side pickup only, and police had warned the owner the day before.

So New Jersey, stick it to Governor Murphy and go visit Pelican Pool & Patio and buy your stuff from this business being strangled by our Governor!

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