PHIL MURPHY DOESN'T STAND FOR WOMEN,
HE STANDS ON THEM
Phil Murphy has a long history of saying he stands for women, when in reality he uses them as political props while disregarding their health and safety.
Gov. Murphy has a repeat pattern of ignoring allegations of abuse by women he had a duty to protect
–Senator Kristin Corrado
..the governor is preventing me and other women from publicly exposing men in his campaign who created what I believe is the most toxic workplace environment I have ever seen
–Julie Roginsky, Former Top Advisor to Governor Murphy
Phil Murphy’s Disgusting Treatment of Women
As President of Goldman Sachs, Phil Murphy knowingly invested in a chinese company that abused teenage girls, forcing them into slave labor.
Girls were paid 20 cents a day and lived 12 to a room
Girls lost fingers and arms, all in order to benefit shareholders like Murphy.
Phil Murphy buys majority ownership of a women’s soccer team whose members were forced to work in deplorable conditions
Women players claimed to “have lived in houses with plastic bags for windows” and “sometimes are made to sleep in bunk beds”
The players facility had no showers and no laundry, leaving players no choice but to wear dirty clothes to practice
Women players complained about the team not paying medical bills for injuries they sustained while playing
One prominent player accused Murphy of using the women’s team as his own personal tax write-off
Phil Murphy campaigns on equality for women, but….
His staff use the “C-Word” to describe women
His senior advisors fired a woman staffer after she complained about a toxic male work culture
Murphy refused to fire a staffer who allegedly raped a volunteer and then awarded him with a $170,000 a year salary, after the fact
Phil Murphy ignored Katie Brennan’s pleas for help after being allegedly raped by a senior member of his staff.
After learning of the alleged rape, the staffer remained in his $170,000 a year job for months
Governor Murphy and his administration would not properly address the allegations, forcing Katie Brennan to work alongside her alleged rapist for months.
Only after the Wall Street Journal broke the story did Governor Murphy decide to act.
Despite public pressure, Murphy refused to punish the aides who knew of the rape allegations, and decided to hire the alleged rapist, anyways.
As Governor, Phil Murphy knew New Jersey’s Edna Mahan women's prison was rife with sexual and physical violence, yet he decided not to act until a scathing report surfaced.
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Think Progress, https://archive.thinkprogress.org/phil-murphy-womens-soccer-535a57130d0f/, 7/30/2018
Philadelphia Inquirer, https://www.inquirer.com/philly/news/politics/nj-gov-phil-murphy-katie-brennan-rape-allegation-scandal-20181204.html, 12/4/2018