WASHINGTON– In a blockbuster report, Project Veritas revealed Wednesday that New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy secretly funneled $40 million dollars in taxpayer funds to illegal immigrants and plans to give millions more.
Veritas, who earlier in the week released an undercover video of Wendy Martinez, Murphy’s senior advisor, revealing Murphy’s plans to issue vaccine mandates upon all New Jersey residents once re-elected, followed up the bombshell report with additional, previously unreleased video of Martinez revealing the exclusive details.
“It [money] was for the excluded workers – for the undocumented workers. I think it’s $40 million, something like that, and to designate that much at this point would be political suicide,” Martinez said of Murphy’s funneling funds to illegals.
“If he allocates that much to the illegals? So, he isn’t going to say anything right now?” the undercover Veritas reporter asks Martinez in the secretly recorded video.
“There’s been some money given already. It hasn’t been said,” Martinez replied. “What’s happening is they want more. I think that the forty million was what was already given.”
“But if he talks about it, then it’s gonna be suicide for him?” the reporter asks.
“If he does it right now, yes,” Martinez replies.
Matthew Urquijo – the manager of NJ Forward – was also caught by a Project Veritas’ undercover journalist admitting that he anticipates the governor providing more taxpayer money to illegals. The democrats in the state, he said, are focusing heavily on winning seats in the state legislature so they are able to ram through their radical agendas with little pushback.
“I think there’s definitely going to be more aid. Especially [because] this will be his second term,” Urquijo said. The goal is to win even more seats in the legislature so that we can like, just push, push through.“
WASHINGTON– In a move constitutional scholars were quick to criticize, Joe Biden issued an executive order Thursday mandating all employers within the U.S. with 100 employees or more require their employees to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
“I’m instructing the Department of Labor to require all employers with 100+ employees to ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated — or show a negative test at least once a week,” Biden tweeted.
The mandate comes as an increasing number of Americans push back against the vaccine.
The administration will also enforce fines of up to $14,000 per violation for employers that ignore these mandates, The Washington Post reported. The mandate is expected to affect more than 100 million workers.
“This is absolutely unconstitutional,” Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky, wrote in a tweet, attaching a link to the news.
“Mandates are not the answer,” Rep. Neal Dunn, R-Fla, wrote in response. “Getting the vaccine should be up to you and your doctor — not the federal government.”
“All 9 million federal employees should consult with their doctor and make a personal, informed decision about taking the vaccine,” wrote Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo. “Instead, Sleepy Joe says take it or else… You don’t lead by coercion. Biden has failed as a leader in every way.”
Recent rallies across the country have drawn increasing numbers by Americans suspicious of the Biden agenda.
One rally in San Diego drew particular interest after it was announced the protest was organized by health care workers.
Participants, calling themselves America’s Healthcare Workers for Medical Freedom, chanted the repurposed pro-abortion rights slogan “our body, our choice,” and argued that individuals, not the federal government, have the exclusive right to decide whether or not to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
The Biden order is in direct contrast to statements he made while running for office in which he said he would not consider imposing mandatory vaccines.
“I don’t think they should be mandatory. I wouldn’t demand it to be mandatory, but I would do everything in my power just like I don’t think masks have to be made mandatory nationwide,” then candidate Biden told reporters in December of 2020.
Requests for clarification from the White House on the discrepancy were met with “no comment.”