PISCATAWAY – Gov. Chris Christie said the mayor of Piscataway is “mute” on the fact that state pension reform saved the town about $900,000.
The governor took a moment during his town hall this morning to call out Mayor Brian Wahler while taking a shot at Assemblyman John Wisniewski, (D-19), Sayreville.
“You don’t have to wonder why John Wisniewski voted against pension and benefits reform,” Christie said, adding that Wisniewski and other Democrats vote for “special interests” while in the Legislature.
“Remember, he’s not just an assemblyman,” Christie said. “He’s the head Democrat in New Jersey.” Wisniewski is chairman of the state Democratic Committee.
“His job, every day, is to send out nasty press releases about me and call me … nasty names,” he said.
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