As Twitchy readers know, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy went on with Tucker Carlson and when asked about banning religious services in his state he said he ‘wasn’t thinking about the Bill of Rights when he did this’.
Because of course, he wasn’t.
Brit Hume lit him up:
He says consideration of the Bill of Rights is “above my pay grade.” He never says where he got the authority to overrule it. https://t.co/qtLWLW4hb6
— Brit Hume (@brithume) April 16, 2020
Give him Hell, Brit.
On what AUTHORITY does ol’ Phil get to tell his constituents their religious services are banned?
Folks, it’s official, we have let this crap go too far.
It’s universal now. The constitution has finally become worthless. If it’s invalid then the entire governmental system is. So where does there authority derive from ?
— Gorthaur the Cruel (@larrymc37) April 16, 2020
Exactly !! As Paul Harvey always.. "And now you know…. the rest of the story" or at least the rest of the question
— john hancock (@johnhan79583770) April 16, 2020
Didn't he, like all Governors, take an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States?
— Text Trump to 88022 ✝️??⭐⭐⭐ ?? (@K1erry) April 16, 2020
We’re thinking these governors need a refresher on the Constitution … just sayin’.
Watched it last night….Phil Murphy is an embarrassment to himself…smh
— Tweetie Pie ?? (@texastweetiepie) April 16, 2020
Better to ask for forgiveness than permission
— Deplorable Chief (Ret) (@paultara9) April 16, 2020
Science Brit. Science overrules the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
— ldsanty (@ldsanty) April 16, 2020
Unreal he said that.
You know what, it’s not. We’d like to think it is unreal but from what we’re seeing in this current environment it’s all too real.
Exactly! He danced around it because he knows he is wrong!!
— Robert Woods (@rawoods24) April 16, 2020
Above his pay grade he’s the governor of a state
— freedomisntfree (@MFBrown81) April 16, 2020
My mouth fell open when he said it…
— Teresa Olson (@tolson713) April 16, 2020
So did ours.