NJ-wide ‘exit’ against COVID warrants scheduled for October 18
A group that has been formed to fight the COVID-19 mandates handed down by Governor Phil Murphy is asking the rest of New Jersey to participate in a so-called “exit” on Monday to present a united front for the same cause.
It is no coincidence that October 18 is also the date teachers in New Jersey should be vaccinated against the virus or begin to undergo regular testing for COVID-19.
“These are people who stop and remember, for a second, our freedom and what’s important,” said Nicholas Riess of New Jersey Liberty. “It’s about getting up and saying, ‘No, we’re not going to continue the fear campaign.'”
The group is neither for nor against face coverings or vaccination, the Warren County resident said – they are against mandates such as requiring masks in schools and vaccinating people in certain jobs.
New Jersey Liberty is asking anyone – from school staff to truck drivers – to “date” for 10 minutes, starting at 10:18 am Monday.
A leaflet from the group refers to the “absurd COVID-19 mandates” of Murphy’s Executive Orders. The leaflet says companies can schedule a fire drill or similar outdoor event at the scheduled time “so that no one is in breach and can always protest peacefully against the warrants.”
The flyer also specifically states that “masking 2-year-olds is abuse” – Murphy in September updated the requirements to say that children in daycares must also wear masks.
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