NJ Dem Admin Filled w/Criminals Will Use Economic Pressure to Crush 2nd Amendment

Gun control makes a lot of sense.

For members of Governor Phil Murphy's criminal administration.

NAACP President Jeffrey Dye had a record of threatening his brother with a knife, getting caught with six bags of crack cocaine, assaulting police officers on two separate occasions, so of course he was appointed to work for the New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development.

Governor Phil Murphy’s Dem administration had previously appointed Al Alvarez, his guy in charge of Latino and Muslim outreach, accused of trying to rape one of his staffers during the campaign, as chief of staff the New Jersey Schools Development Authority. The last time Dye had gotten in trouble was when he had been charged with aggravated assault after a confrontation with 3 police officers in 2007.

Murphy is a former Goldman Sachs exec, DNC finance chair and Obama’s Ambassador to Germany.

Last year, Dye’s NAACP announced that it was honoring Marcellus Jackson at its “2nd Annual Freedom Fund Community Service Award Luncheon.” It mentioned that Marcellus, a former Passaic City Council member, was working as a special assistant in the Department of Education’s Office of Civic and Social Engagement. The reason Marcellus was a former member of the Passaic City Council was because the FBI had busted him for taking bribes and he was sentenced to 25 months in prison.

"I hope we see a lot more of this, that somebody made a mistake, they admitted it, they repented, they paid their price," Governor Murphy said. "We have to get these folks back up on their feet in society and this state."

While Murphy believes in second chances for violent criminals and rapists, he doesn't believe anyone should have access to the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights. And so the former Wall Street exec is trying to use economic pressure to eliminate it in his state.

New Jersey intends to stop doing business with gun manufacturers and retailers that fail to adopt policies, like conducting background checks, to stop guns from falling into the wrong hands, becoming the first state to take such stringent action against the firearms industry.
The state will also apply pressure on major financial institutions, seeking information from banks that do business with New Jersey about their relationships and policies involving gun makers and sellers.

The state will also apply pressure on major financial institutions, seeking information from banks that do business with New Jersey about their relationships and policies involving gun makers and sellers.

The state, which says it pays more than $1 billion in bank fees every year, could use the disclosure requirements to decide whether to continue doing business with financial firms.

This is the literal equivalent of a state government trying to shut down the First Amendment by pressuring financial firms into cutting off loans to media conglomerates. 

A tactic like that would have raised fury and outrage from the media. But since it's a shutdown of the Second Amendment, they're cheering it on.

The measures, which will be unveiled on Tuesday by Gov. Philip D. Murphy, a Democrat, represent a novel strategy

Actually, Chicago had already gone that route. But you can't ask our North Korean mainstream media, in this case the New York Times, to even be aware of the facts in their own narrative.

Fact-checking is just how the fake news media censors conservatives in their own attack on the First Amendment.

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