Gun-banning Murphy drop-kicked by "The Pew Pew Jew" over Warsaw Ghetto tweet

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Governor Phil Murphy, D-N.J., is not a champion of liberty, freedom, or anything having to do with personal responsibility. Aside from his extreme pinko ways, Murphy also has lashed out at the Supreme Court over the NYSRPA v. Bruen decision. After all, the good people of New Jersey have been dealing with the so-called “carry killer” law he signed just before Christmas, as a big “F U” to freedom. This is a guy that loves disarming people and hates rugged individualism. All of which should come into acute focus when reflecting over some tone-deaf comments the Murph made on Twitter yesterday about the 8oth anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.


To rehash some of what the Murph said about the NYSRPA v. Bruen decision, he noted, “The right-wing majority has made its decision. As tragic and misguided as it was, we must live with it. That’s how it works in our constitutional system.” To which Murphy continued, “But that won’t stop us from doing everything in our power to protect our communities and our residents, consistent with this opinion.” Which translated to having three branches of government conspire to usurp the rights of New Jersey citizens.

Murphy signed laws that decreased magazine capacity to ten rounds, limited where a permit to carry holder could carry a firearm, increased fees – upwards of more than ten times in some instances – for firearm related permits, and has been pumping money into an anti-gun think tank at Rutgers. That’s just a filet of what Murphy has enacted and preached for in the Garden State since residing at Drumthwacket.

Just like the “orange man bad” mantra we’ve been listening to from the far left, Murphy’s “guns bad” rant is echoing into 2023, as he continues to use the Constitution as toilet paper. Murphy and his ilk had a total hissy fit over the Supreme Court ruling and have been lashing out like petulant children ever since.

Which brings us to the Murph’s out of touch tweet:


Wow, just think of the cojones on this guy! To get everyone up to speed on what else Governor Phil Murphy is about, besides loving gun-grabbing, this was the same guy that was basking over putting restrictions on the population of New Jersey during the pandemic. The guy would get off during the daily press conferences while he shut down schools, small businesses, and you guessed it – at the behest of commie mommies – gun stores. The dude loved making people put on masks and forcing state workers to get the jab. This is an individual that’s as far from someone I’d expect to celebrate anyone trying to gain their liberty, or stand up to anyone. He even said himself that the Bill of Rights is above his pay grade! 

Murphy – who is eyeing a run for president, so pay attention America – in my opinion, is a boot-on-the-neck-of-the-people fascist.

The former ambassador to Germany (of all places!) reminds us all to remember the Jews who resisted tyranny! What exactly does the Governor think effective resistance is all about?

From the U.S. Holocaust Museum, Holocaust Encyclopedia [emphasis added]:

On April 19, 1943, the eve of the Passover holiday, the Jews of the Warsaw ghetto began their final act of armed resistance against the Germans. Lasting twenty-seven days, this act of resistance came to be known as the Warsaw ghetto uprising. 

The Jewish Combat Organization (ŻOB) had received advanced warning of a final deportation action planned by the Germans. In response, the ŻOB warned residents of the ghetto to retreat to their hiding places or bunkers.

Twenty-four year old ŻOB commander Mordecai Anielewicz commanded the Jewish insurgents. The ŻOB fighters were armed with only pistols, grenades (many of which were homemade), and a few automatic weapons and rifles. Nonetheless, they stunned the Germans and their auxiliaries on the first day of fighting. They forced German troops to retreat outside the ghetto wall. Stroop reported losing 12 men during the first assault on the ghetto. These men were either killed or wounded.

About 700 young Jewish fighters clashed with German forces, sometimes in hand-to-hand combat. These fighters were poorly equipped and lacked military training and experience.


Murphy’s proven himself to be a big fan of disarming the population, so we must question his motives given his knowledge of history. Bringing this up is almost mocking not only his own citizens, but the millions of Jews who perished at the hands of Germans. He clearly understands that the only way to be effective against tyranny as a last ditch effort is through being armed. Why is Murphy such a big fan of disarming people?

Scrolling through the comments, it did not take long before I stumbled upon a reply from advocate, author, and friend, Yehuda Remer. I’d say that Remer is Jewish, but he’s not. He’s fully in it, the guy has a bagel holster. Those weren’t lotto numbers written on his grandfather’s arm. Remer goes by the moniker “The Pew Pew Jew,” and is an Orthodox Jew. Remer’s response is priceless:

Seeing Remer pose wearing his shirt, with the nuevo battle cry of the oppressed and as a reminder for everyone to #neverforget “People with AR’s don’t get in cattle cars,” was spot on. I reached out to Remer about Murphy’s tweet, and this is what he had to say about it:

“Yesterday, Governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey tweeted a message of remembrance that marked the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. His message, although seemingly sincere, was nothing more than pandering to the Jews of the world. This is a governor who has enacted strict gun control in his state, severely restricting the citizens of New Jersey of their God-given right to self-defense. Such a control-freak should keep his mouth shut about the “courageous Jewish resistance who fought back against their Nazi occupiers.”  His tone-deaf tweet praising armed resistance against tyranny, and then enacting more gun control so tyranny can prevail, shows his hypocritical and true political leanings. The people of New Jersey, Jews and non-Jews alike, should do everything in their power to fight back against Governor Murphy’s tyranny.

Remember, ‘Never Again’ means nothing if you are not willing to do something about it.” – Yehuda Remer, The Pew Pew Jew, on Governor Phil Murphy


Well, there you have it Governor. You’ve heard it from Mr. Pew Pew Jew himself.

I’m not sure the Governor’s sentiments were well meaning, as I personally find everything about the Murph and his administration to be abhorrent. It was a shock that he won the last election as it was. If it were not for a middle-of-the-night mysterious increase in votes for the Murph, his challenger would have won – who was ahead all evening until early morning. Murphy is not cut from the cloth of individuals who should be POTUS, as illustrated here. He’s just a pandering power hungry hack. New Jersey deserves better than Murphy, as well as any other community, marginalized or otherwise. Murph, way to go – you’ve embarrassed the Garden State yet again. You’re carpetbagger from Massachusetts, now go eat some broccoli.

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