The scandal across the governor’s dealing with of sexual assault allegations in his marketing campaign continues to develop, principally as a result of he is letting it. Regardless of working on guarantees of transparency in authorities, the Murphy administration has confirmed to be extremely tight lipped in the case of addressing the extremely severe accusations made by a number of girls who labored for his marketing campaign.

The scandal continues to canine the governor and he is beginning to get testy when he is questioned about it. The reality would possibly go a good distance towards getting folks off his again.

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The governor is insisting on imposing non-disclosure agreements, or gag orders, on the ladies accusing his marketing campaign of wrongdoing. That is fairly gross. Not solely did he not deal with the allegations once they have been made, however his workplace helped promote the accused and stonewalled any makes an attempt to be taught what really occurred.

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His justification for this injustice is that if the victims have been allowed to talk freely they could spill the recipe to the key sauce that led him to a convincing victory within the election. Enable me to break it for them:

You gained since you have been a wealthy man keen to spend fats money, and your opponent was a grapefruit taped to a mop. There aren’t any good political insights, no proprietary data that requires the extent of safety the governor is giving it. Your race was a gimme.

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Chris Christie, the least fashionable governor within the historical past of governors, is a Republican and you’re a Democrat. Individuals voted for you and so they nonetheless do not know who you’re. Hand over the charade and let these girls converse. 

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