More COVID Hypocrisy: NJ Governor Appears Maskless at Indoor Ball After Mandating Masks for Students


New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) was seen without a mask at an indoor ball, just weeks after he implemented a mask mandate for school children.

The Equality Ball, an annual fundraiser for Garden State Equality, a nonprofit LGBTQ+ advocacy group, took place Thursday, when Murphy, leaders of New Jersey Education Association and other officials were caught without masks.

State Senator Holly Schepisi said that the maskless event is the type of hypocrisy “that is driving people in New Jersey insane.”

“At the very same time that this Governor issued another EO mandating two year olds wear masks for upwards of 7 hours a day because of purported ‘safety,’ the New Jersey political democratic elite gathered maskless by the thousands at multiple indoor events throughout the State, including in “high-risk” Asbury Park, Bergen and Hudson Counties,” Schepisi said in a statement to Fox News.

“The people of New Jersey are being told by this administration that they must comply, don’t ask questions or get labeled a knucklehead or worse while those demanding compliance flout the very policies they push,” she continued. “It is wrong.” read more

17 Comments on More COVID Hypocrisy: NJ Governor Appears Maskless at Indoor Ball After Mandating Masks for Students

  1. Imagine opening the hood of your car in the morning to check the oil and seeing that face in there gnawing on yer wires!

  2. Really. Does Dirty Dem hypocrisy surprise anyone any more?
    I’d be more surprised to not see them behaving like the hypocrites they are.

  3. “We know they are lying, they know they are lying, they know we know they are lying, we know they know we know they are lying, but they are still lying.”
    – Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

  4. Murphy got absolutely destroyed in last night’s gubernatorial debate. Ciatterelli absolutely owned him. The crowd turned on Murphy more than once.

    Am I the only out of state guy who watched it?

  5. Tar. Feather. Run out on a rail. Any of these politicians who break their own mandates. The standards ought to be higher for them, as should the consequences.

  6. Seems to me that, if you’re spending all your time giving or going to balls, cotillions, affairs, do’s, fêtes and the like, you have REALLY lost sight of that whole “Public Servant” thing and aren’t serving anyone but yourself…

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