Phil Murphy’s Sanctuary State Policy Hits Close To Home

Gov. Phil Murphy

Gov. Phil Murphy

Late last month the state of Delaware saw a “historic million-dollar drug bust.” I honestly didn’t pay much attention to the story until I stumbled across this GloucesterCityNews.net headline: Delaware State Drug Suspects Living in Gloucester City Are Illegal Aliens.

You read that headline right! The largest heroin and fentanyl bust in Delaware history was courtesy of illegal aliens. And, those illegal aliens, Julian Rivera-Villa, age 56, and Ricardo Perez-Guillen, age 40, were living right here in South Jersey. Camden County – Gloucester City to be exact, which is where one of the suspects, Rivera-Villa, was arrested.

According to the GloucesterCityNews report, a U.S. Attorney’s Office District of Delaware press release and page 7 of the criminal complaint filed by the DOJ some of their heroin was seized right here in South Jersey in hidden compartments in a car registered to Perez-Guillen.

If illegal aliens cannot legally obtain a drivers license in New Jersey one has to wonder how Perez-Guillen, a Mexican national, was able to register his car in New Jersey.

Even with an illegal alien somehow registering a car, driving that car on the streets of South Jersey and over a bridge to Delaware to sell illegal drugs, there are still liberal groups pushing for illegals to get drivers licenses and so is Governor Phil Murphy. It makes no sense to allow illegal aliens to obtain a drivers license!

Thanks for the sanctuary state policy Mr. Murphy.

PRESS RELEASES: NJGOP Chairman Steinhardt's Statement On Murphy's Fire Arm Executive Order

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NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt issued a response to Governor Phil Murphy’s attack on the Second Amendment. His press release follows:

Trenton, NJ - Today, Governor Murphy signed an Executive Order attacking the Second Amendment. NJGOP Chairman released the following statement in response:

“Like most sensible New Jerseyans, the NJGOP also supports common sense gun laws, but once again Governor Murphy shows his inability to take aim at gun crime and instead continues his practice of targeting legal gun owners.

"Today’s Executive Order is big on bravado and short on substance. It creates the same false sense of security that the rest of his political pandering creates.

“On behalf of the NJGOP, I call on Governor Murphy to do something meaningful to combat gun crime and stop criminalizing gun owners, manufacturers and retailers.”

PRESS RELEASE: Testa: Dye Added to the Laundry List of Ex Murphy Staffers Accused of Misconduct

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LD1 state Senate candidate Mike Testa hit Governor Phil Murphy over Jeffrey Dye being just one of a “laundry list” of questionable hires. Testa’s press release on the matter follows:

Cape May Court House - Following the recent Anti-Semitic comments made by a former Murphy Administration employee, New Jersey State Senate Candidate Mike Testa, Jr. issued the following statement:

"The recent Anti-Semitic comments made by Jeffrey Dye should be an alarm to all New Jersey residents, including to families like my own... whose ancestors survived the Holocaust and came to America for a better life," Testa said referring to his grandparents Samuel and Eva Flumen, who met in a Nazi Concentration Camp.

According to reports, the Murphy Administration hired Jeffrey Dye after receiving warning of Dye's Anti-Semitic and Anti-Latino viewpoints.

"Make no mistake - the Murphy Administration clearly ignored warnings of Dye's Anti-Semitic past. And yet, they gave him a high-paying, taxpayer funded job anyway," Testa, Jr. added.  "Just like the ignored warnings about an alleged sex abuser and gave him a cushy job, and looked the other way while the Vice-Chair of the Democratic State Committee turned a multi-billion dollar public agency into a patronage pit for unqualified family and friends.  I'm not sure whether the Murphy Administration is incompetent, corrupt, or both, but either way, we need to elect a Republican check and balance in Trenton against this mess in November."