Camden County Republican Chairman invited Nancy Pelosi to come to Camden County and join him in calling for Arthur Barclay to be fired from county government. Ambrosino’s press release follows:
HADDON HEIGHTS – Rich Ambrosino, Chairman of the Camden County Republicans, said today that he was hopeful that when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Atlantic City for the New Jersey Democratic State Committee’s Annual Conference later this week that she will stop in Camden County and straighten her Democrats out.
“Over the past year Camden County Democrats have had a string of bad actors, all of which they were silent about.” Ambrosino explained, “There was the Barclay arrest and resignation, followed with a Haddon Township Commissioner who crashed his car into another driver, left the scene and tired to blame his wife and let’s not forget the Gloucester Township School Board member who had to resign before his first meeting because his online biography was a lie and it was discovered he went to a party wearing blackface. Camden County machine Democrats were silent on every one of these episodes.”
“I have very little doubt that Speaker Pelosi will be happy to learn that the worst of the three Camden Democrat offenders, former Assemblyman Arthur Barclay who resigned after admitting to punching his girlfriend, is still on the county payroll,” Rich Ambrosino remarked. “I think after Speaker Pelosi learns that it is her party protecting Barclay she’s going to want answers. No doubt she’s going to want to know why four self-proclaimed ‘South Jersey women leaders,’ all machine Democrats, Assemblywomen Pam Lampitt and Pat Egan Jones and Freeholders Carmen Rodriguez and Susan Shin-Angulo are all supportive of Barclay still holding a county job.”
“Speaker Pelosi has been in Camden County before. She came here to raise money for Donald Norcross. Considering Speaker Pelosi is coming to South Jersey anyway, I cordially invite her to come back to Camden County and join me in calling on the machine Democrats to fire Arthur Barclay from county government, because, as I said before and I believe the Speaker will agree, no man willing to punch a woman should be working for this county’s government,” Ambrosino said.