New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Confronted While Eating Dinner at a Restaurant Maskless

Phil Murphy

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy was confronted over the weekend by some people clearly unhappy with current lockdown restrictions as he dined at a restaurant maskless.

Murphy, who recently imposed restrictions on how many people can gather inside private homes for the holidays, was dining with what were reportedly other family members.

Suffice it to say, a few patrons weren’t pleased to see the Democrat governor living his best life in public.

“Oh my God, Murphy, you are such a d***,” one woman said.

“How you doing? How you doing? You having fun with your family in the meantime?” another woman repeatedly asked. “You’re having all kinds of other bulls*** going on at your house?”


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Phil Murphy Harassed While Having Dinner at a Restaurant

It’s clear the women in the video are out of line. We advise against ever harassing somebody in public just to make a political point. Especially when the person you’re accosting has their family members with them.

That’s what the left does. 

But then, there is a certain percentage of people that are going to view the video of Phil Murphy being harassed and think – it’s the left that made the rules.

Remember – it was Maxine Waters who told her followers to accost Republicans at the grocery store. It was leftists who attacked Sarah Sanders and Ted Cruz in a restaurant.

That said, nobody should be okay with this on either side of the aisle. And yet …

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Police Chief Says He Won’t Enforce Murphy’s Orders

Murphy is just one of many Democrat lawmakers who are forcing rules on their constituents while not necessarily adhering to them in their own private life.

Murphy imposed a 10-person limit on indoor gatherings just before the holidays.

Howell Police Chief Andrew Kudrick, Jr. called the order “draconian” and said his department will not be enforcing the 10-person limitation.

And while Murphy is essentially telling people not to travel and stay in for Thanksgiving, he sang a much different tune when he was discussing race riots during the summer.

“I can’t imagine what it would look like if we said to people, ‘Actually, you have to stay in. You have to ignore systemic racism — I’m sorry, just ignore it. Stay in,’” he said regarding the ‘protests.’

“I can’t imagine what that looks like as it relates to public safety.”

Politico reported that Murphy attended some of the protests which “effectively created a double standard” in regards to his pandemic executive orders.

Those double standards are what causes people like the women in this video to become so frustrated.