Governor Phil Murphy struck at former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli this afternoon when asked about Ciattarelli’s comments regarding education and LGBTQ issues.
The Republican nominee for governor, Ciattarelli last month appeared on camera at a campaign stop saying he is against having kindergartners learn about “gender ID and sexual orientation” and sixth-graders about “sodomy” and that he’d “roll back” new LGBTQ curriculum requirements in the state’s schools.
Murphy said, “Dividing us is the last thing we need as a state. We came through that with the last administration. The last thing we need is use of words that are third rail words.
“Enough already,” added the Democratic incumbent.