It’s War: Atilis Gym Owners Vow To Reopen Satuday, Murphy Pressures City to Terminate Their Business License


BELLMAWR, NJ –  With no end in sight for gym owners in New Jersey, the Atilis Gym in Bellmawr has declared war against Governor Phil Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal. Last week, owners Ian Andrew and Frank Trumbetti were both arrested for violating Governor Murphy’s executive order when they continued operating their gym.  The owners testified last week that over 3,000 people have attended their gym and there has yet to be a single case of COVID-19.  Governor Murphy essentially confirms that claim, because if there was a single case of COVID-19 at the gym caught by his army of contact tracers, you know he’d publicize the crap out of it.

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Now, Andrew and Trumbetti are planning to reopen their gym, despite their arrests, multiple fines, doors being padlocked and now, Governor Murphy is attempting to revoke their business license to operate in New Jersey.

“Frank and I will be reopening Atilis after being arrested and physically locked out of the building from the second time. We are reorganized as a PMA and will be pushing back against these oppressive lockdown measures.” Andrew said. “If you can join us in support this Saturday, it is greatly appreciated. This is day 136 of the 14 days that Murphy asked us to stay closed and he crushing small businesses around the state and trampling on our Constitutional rights. Please share and get the word out. Every little bit of help counts.”

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Andrew said the borough of Bellmawr has set a hearing to revoke the business license of Atilis Gym.

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