Gov. Phil Murphy said he’s “really damned unhappy” to hear stories he’s hearing about New Jersey residents not abiding by his stay-at-home order to combat the coronavirus outbreak and warned Sunday to expected a law enforcement crackdown.
“There’s too many people not paying attention to this. We’ve about had it. We’re not happy,” Murphy said during a conference call to update the state on the latest cases.
What stories? How many people? How can he tell how many people are out for permitted tasks (like grocery shopping) and how many are out for non-essential reasons? How does the governor decide there are ‘too many’? No NJ.com questions or queries. If the governor says it, it much be true.