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Steinhardt tells New Jerseyans to board up their doors as Pelosi hits town

GOP State Chairman takes aim at four Democratic House members

By David Wildstein, September 27 2019 4:44 pm

Republican State Chairman Doug Steinhardt is welcoming the Speaker of the House to New Jersey today by saying residents of the state “should join me in boarding up their doors and windows. Nancy Pelosi is coming to town.”

Pelosi is the headliner for the Democratic State Committee Conference in Atlantic City today.

“While Phil Murphy may have dreamed up the Rain Tax on his own, there’s no end to the collaborative harm their ultra-liberal agendas can cause New Jersey’s already over-taxed and over-regulated residents,” Steinhardt said.

Steinhardt also took a shot at the four Democrats who flipped Republican congressional seats in the 2018 mid-term elections.

“And as if that wasn’t bad enough, Pelosi’s four, freshman parrots –Tom Malinowski, Andy Kim, Mikie Sherrill and Jeff Van Drew – will be there too, lapping up every liberal line, and repeating every radical rant,” said Steinhardt. “In their first six months in office, Tom Malinowski has voted with her 100%, Andy Kim 96%, Mikie Sherrill 93% and Jeff Van Drew 86% of the time.”

In his remarks, Steinhardt refers to a Monmouth University poll released this week that shows most New Jerseyans oppose the impeachment of President Donald Trump, although New Jersey approval ratings for the president are at an upside-down 37%-56%.

“Despite an overwhelming 58% of our state opposing impeachment, Malinowski, Kim and Sherrill are driving that wacky agenda forward,” Steinhardt said. “Moreover, their list of congressional accomplishments is so small that it couldn’t cover the bottom of their bid cage, and isn’t even worth that function.”

As New Jersey’s Republican cheerleader-in-chief, Steinhardt is being careful to focus on the upcoming general election, where Republicans are defending at least six of their own Assembly seats while eyeing the pickup of one State Senate seat and several seats in the lower house.

“While they party in Atlantic City, the NJGOP is organizing for Super Saturdays around the state,” Steinhardt said.  “We have our eyes on winning back seats in the Murphy Mid Terms and bringing real solutions to Trenton.”

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