Is Murphy filming campaign-like commercials in the governor’s office?

By Matt Rooney

First, Governor Phil Murphy politicized the N.J. Attorney General’s Office.

Then? Murphy turned the MVC into a voter mill and propaganda agency.

Now it appears the Democrat Governor is cutting campaign-like videos promoting his alleged “accomplishments” on State House grounds.

Check this out:


Thank you, New Jersey advocates, for your work every day to build a better future for the Garden State. #StateoftheStateNJ

Posted by State of New Jersey on Friday, January 18, 2019


Let’s set aside for a moment that (1) most of the cited “accomplishments” aren’t real accomplishment and (2) they brought up N.J. Transit multiple times and yet it’s NOWHERE close to fixed.

A former executive branch employee confirmed for me that the room you’re seeing in the video (above) is located at 225 West State Street — the location of the Governor’s temporary offices while the State House undergoes a $300 million renovation (ordered by Chris Christie prior to leaving Trenton).

So in a very real way, YOU and I are once again paying for Phil Murphy’s propaganda.