Knucklehead Tammy Murphy tests positive for COVID-19 days after returning from Central American family vacation

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TRENTON, NJ – Can you imagine if a Republican governor or Senator left his state during the height of a record COVID-19 pandemic outbreak for a Central American country? Let’s forget how the left treated Ted Cruz for going on vacation during a snowstorm that caused power outages.

Let’s forget Chris Christie going to a beach that he closed to the public during a government shutdown. Let’s also forget the way the media and the left has treated Florida Governor Ron DeSantis who disappeared for a few days during the holiday break to be with his wife who is undergoing cancer treatment. The left called it a vacation. They called him missing in action.

Let’s instead talk about a Governor who gets off on virus shaming and vaccine shaming his residents. Let’s focus on a governor who calls his residents knuckleheads for veering off the preferred course of action when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic. Let’s talk about a knucklehead governor and his wife who fled New Jersey during the state’s worst-ever COVID-19 virus outbreak to a Central American country that has been identified by the State Department as a high-risk travel destination. Let’s talk about a first lady who returned from that vacation and tested positive for COVID-19.

We officially declare First Lady Tammy Murphy the state’s first knucklehead of 2022.

As the omicron variant spread, Governor Phil Murphy, his wife Tammy and their family traveled to Costa Rica for a family vacation, despite the State Department identifying the Central American nation as a level three COVID-19 risk and advised Americans to reconsider it as a destination.

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 3Travel Health Notice for Costa Rica due to COVID-19, indicating a high level of COVID-19 in the country. Your risk of contracting COVID-19 and developing severe symptoms may be lower if you are fully vaccinated with an FDA authorized vaccine. Before planning any international travel, please review the CDC’s specific recommendations for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers,” the State Department warned of Costa Rican travel.

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These knuckleheads ignored the State Department warning and brought COVID-19 back with them, then hosted a New Year’s gathering that could possibly be a super spreader. On top of that, the governor then declared he wasn’t going to quarantine.

Knuckleheads.

In the words of the governor himself, we urge all New Jerseyans to stop being knuckleheads. Think carefully about booking your next Central American family vacation. Think twice before vacationing in a country identified by the State Departement as a high risk environment and definitely consider quarantining yourself if you insist of traveling to third world countries with high levels of COVID-19 to avoid infecting your loved ones back here in New Jersey. We have lost too many blessed souls to tolerate such knuckleheaded behavior.