Project Veritas revealed footage from a secretly-recorded conversation with New Jersey Democrat Governor Phil Murphy’s Senior Campaign Advisor, who admitted that Murphy intends to impose a COVID-19 vaccine mandate if he is re-elected.
Wendy Martinez, the Campaign Senior Advisor for New Jersey Democrat Governor Phil Murphy, was caught on camera admitting that the governor, if re-elected, will impose a tyrannical state-wide COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
In the video, Martinez concedes that Murphy had not previously imposed the mandate because it would hurt his campaign efforts. She blamed independent and undecided voters because “they’re all into all the sh**. ‘My rights, my sh**.'”
In Spanish, Martinez casually admitted to an undercover journalist that Murphy is “going to do it [vaccine mandates], but he couldn’t do it before the elections.” She continued, “the independents and the undecided would not vote for him if he did the mandates,” adding that “right now is about him winning.”
The video also details a secretly recorded conversation between the journalist and Matthew Urquijo, a manager at NJ Forward, a campaign project funded by the Democratic State Committee of New Jersey who, according to Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe, “echoes the same sentiment.” (READ MORE: CDC To ‘Educate And Counsel’ Those Who Refuse COVID-19 Vaccine – REPORT)
“Do you think he’ll [Governor Murphy] do something about that? Like the vaccine mandates and stuff?” the journalist asked Urquijo. “I think so,” he replied. “I think the problem is right now because it’s election season, he’s not going to have people say, like, we’re gonna have a mandate now cause, you know, that’s – for some people that’s – it’s going to piss them off.”
Urquijo continued, “I mean once, you know, we have a win, he’s like, all right, guns blazing, like, who cares? I’m in it. Let’s do the mandates. Let’s do this, X, Y, and Z.”
“So, you think if he talks about the mandates for vaccines now, he won’t get elected because it’s a lot of pushback?” The undercover journalist asked. “Not that he won’t, but I think there are some people that, you know, well, might push back,” said Urquijo.