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ObWqkvuuAlex “Alejandro” Roubian, Civil rights activist and documentarian, President of New Jersey Second Amendment Society was banned from Governor Murphy's press conference on March 28


TRENTON, NJ --Alex “Alejandro” Roubian, president of the New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS), has been attending Governor Murphy's press conferences since Murphy was elected.

In his capacity as a news reporter he has questioned the governor many times. Roubian’s content, videos, and articles have been watched and read by millions. "But that all ended today", said Roubian, "in a crescendo of delicious hypocrisy." 

"The governor has completely banned NJ citizens from buying firearms and ammunition during the state-wide quarantine," said Roubian. 

Recently he has attended three press conferences questioning the governor about this ban. "At the third press conference, Governor Murphy became visibly irritated at my presence and admitted that "it is not without dispute” that his office had rejected my press credentials.”

"Saturday, March 28 press conference was different. Unlike previous days, the doors were locked. When I knocked on the door, I was intercepted by armed guards and a representative from Governor Murphy’s office. Additional armed state police officers surrounded me in a show of force and intimidation."

You won’t believe the hypocrisy from the Office of The Governor that has denied every New Jerseyan the right to purchase a firearm for protection.

"I urge everyone to watch the stunning footage in the video provided where our statist Governor uses force and firearms to censor the First Amendment rights of a member of the press, after already denying the collective 2nd amendment rights of the entire citizenry."