TRENTON, NJ – Governor Phil Murphy continues showing off the Garden State as a COVID-19 role model despite leading the nation in the number of deaths per 100,00 residents, he told residents, if you don’t like it, leave. It’s not the first time the governor of New Jersey told his residents to get the f’ck out if they disagree with him either. In October, Murphy told residents if you don’t like his high taxes, f’ck off and go.
Here’s what he said this time.
“I would just gratuitously say if you don’t like our leadership here, why don’t you go down to Georgia and see how that feels? I mean, we need responsible leadership in this country right now, in every place,” Murphy said “I know there are folks, both sides of the aisle, throwing themselves and doing everything they can right now. We need that consistently. We need national strategies on things like face coverings. We need leadership to be responsible and doing the right things. I mean, my God, suing communities that require face coverings. I mean, it’s unfathomable. It’s unfathomable.”
It was just a few weeks ago that Murphy sued a community in his own state. In June, Murphy filed a lawsuit against Asbury Park after the city wanted to open indoor dining under the CDC recommended standards.