Rizzo presents powerful presentation supporting issues that all residents of NJ care about. Campaigns against Anti-Semitism, and the spread of left wing ideas that go against all levels of decency.
Sunday May 30th 2021
Phil Rizzo, running in Primary election for Gubernatorial candidate, presented before a large group of Lakewood’s jewish community. The event which was held at Congregation Premishlan, was spearheaded by a grass roots movement fighting for Lakewood’s future.
“We are under attack by left wing politicians who are seeking to challenge our rights to practice our religion as guaranteed by the American Constitution.” “Furthermore, we are faced with rising antisemitic attacks as well as support for left wing ideas that threaten to harm minds and souls of our children” says Rabbi Yisroel Knopfler, rabbi of Cong. Premishlan.
Mr. Rizzo strongly voiced his support for individual rights and freedoms. “New Jersey residents are horrified by the prospects of what they are facing under another four years of Murphy’s tyrannical policies.” “We must fight hard to take New Jersey back.”
Rizzo, who is a strong supporter of former President Donald Trump strong support for the rights and benefits of New Jersey residents. “New Jersey residents reject Murphy’s left wing ideas.” “Everywhere I campaign we hear the clarion call for a return to sanity and decency.”
On the COVID issues, Mr. Rizzo warned, “don’t be fooled by the relaxing of measures on mask wearing by adults and school children.” “As soon as the election is over, should we have to suffer the unfortunate re-election of Gov. Murphy, things will get even worse.” “Mark my words, the announcement of relaxed measures is temporary.”
When asked about the terrible situation involving the deaths of so many senior adults in nursing homes, Mr. Rizzo commented, “Gov. Murphy needs to answer for those deaths.”
Mr. Rizzo re-iterated his commitment to ‘School Choice,’ a issue which is dear to residents of Lakewood as well as most of New Jersey. “This is an issue that is dear to the entire state across all communities.”