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‘Stronger’ Red Wave is coming in 2022

Sen.-elected Ed Durr, the Republican truck driver in New Jersey who defeated Democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney in a shocking uprising in last week’s election, told Breitbart News Saturday he will be “dangerous” to Governor Phil Murphy’s (D) policy and predicted that “there will be a stronger [red] wave is coming “in 2022.

Durr, who rose to political star status after defeating Sweeney, spoke of his campaign, stressing that it was “not about me” but the people who have had their rights “trampled down” over the last two years. “

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney pauses to address questions from members of the media during a news conference in Trenton, NJ, on Wednesday, November 10, 2021. Sweeney, one of the most powerful state electors in the state, admitted that he lost re-election to state senate.  The Democrat lost to Republican political newcomer and commercial truck driver Edward Durr in southern New Jersey's 3rd District.  (AP Photo / Matt Rourke)

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney pauses to address questions from members of the media during a news conference in Trenton, New Jersey, on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 (AP Photo / Matt Rourke).

“It simply came to our notice then people have gone up and said that enough is enough, ”he said, describing his background as a truck driver, describing himself as an“ ordinary guy ”who would make a difference.

»What money is enough, yes. They keep saying $ 153. It was primary money that was spent prior to the primary election, ”he said, speaking briefly about the infamous reports that he spent $ 153 on his preschool campaign.

“You have application dates when you stand for election and how much you take in, and that was so much I spent before the primary election. After the primary, I spent in the range of about $ 6,500 to $ 7,500,” he said, explaining that even though people say it is not a lot of money, it is a lot for everyday people.

His campaign strategy, he explained, involved meeting face-to-face with people – going to rallies, shaking hands and listening to people’s concerns.

“You have to listen to what they feel,” he said. “That’s the only way you’ll get to know what’s important.”

“So I listened more. That’s the problem with your longtime career politicians. They just want to talk talk talk about themselves and not hear people’s voices,” he said.

While Durr said people in New Jersey are often concerned about issues like high taxes, people were more concerned about their “inalienable rights that were trampled on” this time.

“You were told you could not get your job because of COVID-19. You were told you could not go to the store,” he said, remembering how mom and pop stores were shut down while big-box dealers remained open, all the while people were told they could not gather for worship at religious institutions.

“These are rights that are given to you by God, not by people, and people can not take them from you,” he said, noting that the people made it clear, “they were angry.” So more than anything else, Durr said, he encouraged them to vote and told them, “Vote if you want your voice heard.”

“We have to build an army because this is a battle. You have to have an army to fight back, because in the end we are fighting against what they are trying to push forward, and we will not let that happen. He explained.

When asked to describe his message to New Jersey Governor Murphy (D), who survived the re-election, Durr issued a stern warning.

“Gov. Murphy must know he is referring to me as dangerous. Well, I will be dangerous to Governor Murphy. I will be dangerous to his policies. If he continues to try to trample on citizens’ rights and continue to harm them – my personal belief is that his actions resulted in the deaths of nearly 8,000-10,000 seniors in nursing homes, ”Durr said.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy speaks to reporters after voting in Red Bank, NJ, on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. New Jersey voters will decide on Tuesday who their candidates will be in this fall's gubernatorial election and in each seat in it. Democrat-led State Legislature.  However, there is some tension for the Democrats as Murphy does not face any opponent on the ballot.  Four Republicans are fighting to receive him in November.  (AP Photo / Seth Wenig)

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy speaks to reporters after voting in Red Bank, New Jersey, Tuesday, June 8, 2021 (AP Photo / Seth Wenig).

“So, yes, I want to be dangerous and I want to fight him because that’s what the people chose me to do,” he said, adding that he would be “happy” to help Murphy if he really want a better New Jersey. But Durr warned that he “will not bow down and allow him to continue harming the citizens of New Jersey.”


While Durr believes the Democratic governor will be “brave enough to continue his path,” he predicted the legislature would take as his starting point his outraged victory, realizing that they no doubt lost “the most powerful guy in New Jersey.” and has suffered from “natural correction”.
“It may be slow, but it will be a change,” he said, adding that Murphy may need more persuasive measures, such as losing congressional seats in 2022.

Durr added that he “absolutely” believes a bigger red wave is coming next year.

“You mentioned taking local offices and stuff like that. You know the most important office of all. Let’s take the school boards back. Let’s start with the kids in school. Let’s return to education, stop indoctrination. That’s one of the most important aspects. .I look forward to seeing more mothers and fathers get involved in school boards and say, ‘No, you will not force this indoctrination down my children’s throats. I will be there to take care of my children.’ So yes, I definitely think there will be a stronger wave, he added.

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