NJGOP Responds to Murphy Advisor Promising the Governor Will Implement Mandatory Vaccinations After Election Day

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NJGOP Responds to Murphy Advisor Promising the Governor Will Implement Mandatory Vaccinations After Election Day

TRENTON – The New Jersey Republican State Committee (“NJGOP”) issued the following statement in response to new reporting (detailed below):

“This extremely disturbing video appears to confirm what the Murphy campaign has been hinting at – and the NJGOP has been warning about – throughout the summer: that a second Murphy term will bring about the same type of vaccine passports seen in Bill de Blasio’s New York, burdening already suffering businesses and discriminating against minority communities in which immunization rates are lower,” said NJGOP Executive Director Tom Szymanski.

He continued: “From the beginning of the pandemic, Phil Murphy has been following political science, as opposed to actual science. Purposefully hiding this life-changing information until after the election is as deceitful as it gets. Phil Murphy must immediately state his intentions on this matter before voting ends next week and disclose whether or not data of thousands of New Jerseyans already entered into the Docket App has been harvested for the purpose of implementing a vaccine passport.”

As the New Jersey Republican Party has said over, and over, and over again, expect mandatory vaccine passports if Governor Phil Murphy is re-elected.

Now, new footage allegedly from inside Murphy campaign headquarters appears to show Wendy Martinez confirming that this is the case and even cited a desire to hide this policy from independent and undecided voters, implying such a policy is likely to turn voters against Murphy if revealed before Election Day.

Wendy Martinez is a paid vendor of the Phil Murphy for Governor campaign, with her L.L.C. (Atabey Consulting) having received more than $60,000 dollars in payment from the campaign thus far. She also serves on a subcommittee of the “Restart and Recovery Advisory Council,” which advises Murphy on COVID policy.

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