Republicans in New Jersey said a secret video released Monday was waiting for Democratic Governor Phil Murphy’s campaign staff to be reelected to announce widespread vaccine obligations throughout the state. After that, I am indignant.
Wendy Martinez, who works for Hispanic outreach for Murphy’s campaign, told a covert reporter for the conservative undercover investigation group Project Veritas that the governor still doesn’t want to reveal his plans.
“He’s going to do that, but he couldn’t do it before the election.[independent and undecided voters are]All s ***, my rights, everything to my s ***, “Martinez said in the video.
“And they can kill everyone,” she continued. “He will, but now it’s about him winning.”
She said the mission would look similar to that of California, but he said he didn’t want to announce them until the elections were over, suggesting that it was “political suicide” that he didn’t wait.
In a secret stint, another campaign staff member, digital manager Matthew Urkiho, was asked about the governor’s plans for mandatory vaccines.
Wendy Martinez, a Hispanic outreach director of the New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s campaign, said the governor was waiting to introduce a broader vaccine obligation plan until after re-election.
In an undercover investigation from Project Veritas, another campaign staff member, Matthew Urkiho (pictured), said Murphy couldn’t announce plans “because it’s the election season.”
Breaking News: Campaign Senior Advisor Reveals @GovMurphy Imposing state-wide COVID Vax mandates after reelection
— Jered Ede (Project Veritasy Regal Officer) (@ Jtaylorede) October 26, 2021
‘I think so. I think the problem is the election season so far. He’s not going to get people to say, “I’m going to impose a mission now,” Urkiho said.
When asked at a press conference whether to consider imposing a vaccine obligation, Murphy said: Negative. ‘
Republicans in Garden State are furious at the hidden plans.
“This very disturbing video seems to confirm what the Murphy campaign suggests-and NJGOP warns throughout the summer-the second Murphy term is seen in Bill de Blasio’s New York. In a statement, NJGOP Secretary-General Tom Simansky, who will bring the same type of vaccine passport, is straining companies that are already suffering and discriminating against low-immunity minority communities. “
In New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio imposes vaccination obligations throughout the city, and everyone presents vaccination proof to enjoy indoor activities such as dining, watching movies in theaters, and concerts at indoor venues. is needed.
New Yorkers have an app that allows you to digitally store vaccine cards that you scan when you enter an indoor space.
When asked at a press conference whether to consider imposing a vaccine obligation, Murphy said: ‘
“Since the beginning of the pandemic, Phil Murphy has pursued political science as opposed to real science,” Simansky continued in his statement. “Until the election is over, deliberately hiding this life-changing information is as deceptive as it gets.”
“Phil Murphy immediately expressed his intentions on the issue before the end of next week’s vote, collecting data from thousands of New Jerseys already entered into the Docket app to implement a vaccine passport. We need to disclose whether it was or not, “he added.
Murphy’s Republican challenger is Jack Ciattarelli, a former member of the New Jersey Legislature.
With just one week left until the November 2 election, Murphy continues to face Chattarelli in his second fight.
Project Veritas tried to follow up Martinez by following her around the parking lot and asking her, but she didn’t answer
Breaking News: New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Campaign Senior Advisor Wendy Martinez Refuses to Answer Questions About Murphy’s Claim to Imposing Vaccine Obligations After Re-election
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Monmouth University polls show that Murphy leads Republican challengers by 50% to 39%, but other recent polls show that the governor’s lead is narrowing. It has been.
A study by Emerson College / PIX11 showed that the margin dropped to 6%, while a poll at Stockton University showed that it was split into 9%. The change seems to have come from the recent acquisition of voters over the age of 65 by Chattarelli, but otherwise it has remained stationary, especially in the last few weeks, among other demographics.
Independent voters have turned out to be one of the most important voting blocks in next week’s New Jersey governor’s election.
Voters who are not registered as Democrats or Republicans are divided into 41 percent in Chattarelli, 40 percent in Murphy, and 9 percent undecided.
Governor Phil Murphy’s campaign staff revealed that he is hiding plans for a vaccine mandate throughout New Jersey
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