‘Don’t be a knucklehead’ signs are all around New Jersey -- but one GOP state senator says they’re offensive

A New Jersey state senator has had enough of Gov. Phil Murphy’s use of the term “knuckleheads.”Republican Joe Pennacchio condemned Murphy’s use of the word to describe residents disobeying social distancing guidelines and executive orders during the coronavirus pandemic. Murphy frequently uses knuckleheads to reference offenders during daily press conferences. When state parks and golf courses reopened on Saturday, Murphy, a Democrat, shared an eight-second video of a traffic sign displaying “Don’t be a knucklehead” on Twitter and Facebook. ATTN KNUCKLEHEADS: KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE #FlattenTheCurvepi...


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