By Duncan Smith

Like every other Democrat governor in the age of COVID, New Jersey’s Gov. Phil Murphy thinks he’s a supreme potentate, not an elected officeholder temporarily occupying a position.

That’s the only way to explain his quasi-threat to Rep. Matt Gaetz (above, right) after the Florida Republican attended an event in New Jersey.

On Thursday Gaetz attended a tightly packed, unmasked celebration held in Jersey by the New York City Young Republicans.

When Murphy learned of the party, he got really mad.

'That guy in the middle, the tall, handsome fella in the gray suit, that is Representative Matt Putz — oh sorry, Matt Gaetz,' he said at a press conference Friday after a photo of Gaetz at the party went viral among perpetually angry and always nasty left-wing lunatics on social media.

'And based upon his past performances, it is obvious being a knucklehead is not beyond the pale for him. He was actually Sarah Palin's backup act for this event.'

'I hope you're watching Matt — you are not welcome in New Jersey, and frankly I don't ever want you back in this state,' Murphy added.

Murph took to Twitter to make essentially the same statements.

And a threat.

Well, Jersey City cops or no, good luck trying to prosecute a sitting U.S. congressman, Murphy — and who’s the putz now?

In any event, Gaetz wasn’t going to King Murphy get away without being trolled.

Other Twitter users reminded Murphy what an abject hypocrite he is — like every other Democrat governor and mayor who issues edicts like dictators only to violate them (and allow others to violate them) when it suits his/her political needs.

As for the ‘don’t come back’ threat, someone should remind ‘his honor’ New Jersey doesn’t belong to him.

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