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Murphy Administration Member Tied to Campaign Finance Scandal “Jetgate”

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Trenton NJ, in what is beginning to be an ever going list of ethically challenged hires for the Murphy administration ,according to North Jersey Media ,“Gov. Phil Murphy paid $2 million during his campaign to a consulting company led by one of his top aides who at the time was tied to a campaign finance scandal under police investigation in Bermuda known as Jetgate”

In 2014 Bermuda Premier Craig Cannonier resigned  following  criticism over his acceptance of flights and hospitality from investors, also know as “Jetgate”.

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Murphy Administration in Full Cover Up Mode on Alvarez Rape Allegations

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Trenton NJ, Attorney General’s Office runs cover for Murphy Administration and Hudson prosecutors office dropping the ball on Alvarez rape allegations.

Statement of Communications Director Sharon Lauchaire :

The Attorney General’s Office has well-established procedures for addressing conflict-of-interest issues involving County Prosecutor’s Offices. These procedures apply not only to cases involving actual conflicts of interest, but also to those involving perceived or potential conflicts. Generally speaking, if a County Prosecutor believes that there is or may be a conflict of interest in a particular criminal matter, he or she may request that the Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ) “supersede” – or assume responsibility for – that matter. If DCJ agrees to supersede, then DCJ either handles the case itself or assigns it to another County Prosecutor’s Office.

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Reader explains a definition of an ombudsman: “someone whose job is to deal with complaints that people make about an organization or particular type of business”

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Hahaha, here is a definition of an ombudsman: “someone whose job is to deal with complaints that people make about an organization or particular type of business” Oh my god, so Paul Aronsohn is taking complaints and dealing with them, what the heck? He is the most insensitive, nasty man ever, remember how he was for our 8 years of hell when he was on the council, sniping at people, writing nasty emails, screaming at Bernadette Walsh and Tom Riche, then at Susan, remember how he tried to kill Mike Sedon’s candidacy by contacting his employer, oh man, the list goes on and on. What the heck was Murphy thinking putting THIS man in charge of helping anyone, most especially those with disabilities.

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Katie Brennan Says She was Raped by Murphy Appointee and the Murphy Administration Tried to Cover it Up

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Jersey City NJ,Katie Brennan spent more than a year trying to get authorities to take action against the man she accuses of sexually assaulting her. Finally, she emailed New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy.

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Do Ethics Violations Put Former Ridgewood Mayor Job In Doubt

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Ridgewood NJ, Governor Phil Murphy is facing continued questions over his hiring practices after a pair of former campaign workers who joined his administration recently left amid scandal, and a third was suspended for using raw language on social media. The BLOG would like to know when Murphy will wise up and get rid of local philanderer Paul Aronsohn, who was hired by our governor to be the Ombudsman for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families.

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Readers Debate Crime Wave at Bergen County Wild Duck Pond in Ridgewood

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I am SHOCKED. This is depressing. I never knew this can happen in Ridgewood. These things do not happen in the Bronx in the middle of the day let alone a small, cozy town in Bergen County. If this has been happening on a regular basis why is no one arrested? Why can’t there be hidden cameras in these places? If there is no punishment things will get worse.
And I am sorry but continually advising people to not leave stuff in their cars is insulting. It is suggesting we have to accept crime as a normal thing and accept that we have no power over criminals.

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New Jersey Democrats Continue Racist Binge

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Hackensack NJ, ever since the Democrat sheriff of Bergen County, N.J., and four of his senior officers resigned , one day after a recording surfaced of the sheriff making virulently racist comments to his staff. Sheriff Michael Saudino could be heard bad-mouthing African Americans, the state’s Sikh attorney general, and Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver in comments recorded in January. The recording, which documented Saudino grousing about Gov. Murphy’s inauguration speech, was released Thursday by WNYC.

Its seems the Democrat party in New Jersey has been on a Racist binge :

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Union Members Sue Governor Phil Murphy for Failing to Protect Employee Freedoms

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TRENTON, NJ– Today, AFSCME Local 3790 union members filed a lawsuit against New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, challenging the constitutionality of Assembly Bill A3686 – misleadingly titled the “Workplace Democracy Enhancement Act” – signed into law on May 17th. The key argument underlying the case is whether or not government employees have a constitutional right at any time to: (1) leave a union; and (2) end financial support to it.

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Gas tax revenue in NJ was down 23% last month

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Ridgewood NJ, New Jersey’s gas tax went up yet again ,this time by 4.3 cents per gallon. Gas tax revenue in NJ was down 23% last month and in 10 of the last 11 months. Some NJ gas stations are reporting their business is down by 25% Who is winning while New Jersey is losing? According to AAA Mid-Atlantic – we should look to our neighbors in Pennsylvania & Delaware.

According to a report issued by the American Automobile Association – Mid Atlantic (AAA) we should look to our neighbors in Delaware and Pennsylvania.

According to data from the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS) and AAA, the percentage of taxable gasoline sold in New Jersey (out of all taxable gas sold in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware) dropped from an average of 43.68% to 41.98%, about 17.7 million gallons less per month in 2017 than in 2016.

Meanwhile, the amount of taxable gas sold in Pennsylvania and Delaware both rose in 2017, an average of 7.48 million gallons a month in Pennsylvania more than the average amount of gas purchased in 2016 and more than 208,000 gallons a month in Delaware.

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Wyckoff Committee Opposes Sanctuary State Status for New Jersey

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Wyckoff NJ, The Republican-led Wyckoff Township Committee approved a resolution this week declaring its opposition to the creation of sanctuaries in New Jersey for illegal aliens. The resolution also states that Wyckoff will not budget money for unfunded state or federal mandates related to sanctuary cities.

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