In the mind of Democrat Governors rules don’t apply to them.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy(D) decided to flee his state to Costa Rica for vacation.
This comes as COVID cases surge in New Jersey.
The State Department warned travelers to reconsider travel to Costa Rica due to COVID.
New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy is catching heat for taking an eight-day Christmas vacation in Costa Rica despite the State Department warning travelers to “reconsider” visiting there due to COVID-19 and as the case count surges in his own state.
Murphy, vice chair of the National Governors Association, called in from Costa Rica to President Biden’s COVID-19 response meeting with the nation’s governors on Monday, where he received a “thank you” from the president before the meeting was closed to the public.
Murphy and his wife left the country on Dec. 22 and are due back this Thursday, while Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver serves as acting governor.
Murphy was asked last week about whether the trip was appropriate, given that his state is seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases with a seven-day-average case count of 14,405.
“We’re going to spend some time together as a family,” the governor responded, NJ.com reported. “Please God, we need that.”
Your family is lectured to cancel holiday plans.
Your family is lectured to wear a mask.
Your family is lectured to get vaccinated.
Meanwhile, Democrat Governors keep life as normal.
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