NJ Business Owners to Host Rally for Prosperity In Phil Murphy’s Own Neighborhood

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RED BANK, NJ – New Jersey business owners are hosting a protest and rally in support of small businesses statewide who are still being absolutely crushed financially by the regime of Governor Phil Murphy.  Many of these businesses owners are watching their life savings and lifelong dreams go down the drain, not to mention the enormous financial burdens being imposed on them by Governor Phil Murphy.

The rally is to be held at 11 am on Saturday, June 13th at Bodman Park in Red Bank.  The park is just two blocks from Murphy’s multi-million dollar waterfront estate on Blossom Court.

Governor Murphy has been a strong supporter of rallies and protests during the COVID-19 pandemic and now he has one, literally in his own backyard.

“We will meet and assemble in this park at 11am and then begin our march! If you’d like to make a sign, please do. I’d also suggest bringing a backpack w/ water, snacks, meals, etc. I know a lot of us will have to eat. We stand ready as NJ citizens who have had enough and just because one or many, “protests,” haven’t worked in the past, is no reason to quit. WE PRESS ON and our many voices become one,” said the rally organizers.


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