ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – New Jersey conservative candidate for Governor, Hirsh Singh today called upon Governor Phil Murphy to immediately end the never-ending state-imposed business lockdown and mask mandate. Singh is running for governor against Jack Ciattarelli. Singh’s campaign consultant, Brad Parscale was Donald Trump’s 2016 Presidential campaign manager.
Murphy has signaled that he’s not ready to end either just yet and was questioned last night by CNN’s Jake Tapper, who asked, “why?”.
“End the lockdowns. End the mask mandates. Throw Phil Murphy out of office,” Singh said. “I’m running for Governor to save New Jersey, and to restore my home state to its rightful place as a global leader in industry, innovation, and individual freedom.:
Last week, Singh said he would offer pardons to any New Jersey accused of or convicted of committed any non-violent COVID-19 crimes such as walking in the park without a mask, operating your business or not social distancing.
“I know the people of New Jersey are ready for a leader who trusts the people of this state to safely re-open and won’t cave to the radical left and establishment Washington politicians,” Singh said. “New Jersey needs a new leader who empowers the people, not the government, to unleash the full economic potential of our state after years of neglect and mismanagement at the hands of Phil Murphy and career politicians.”