“As she has said previously, she is thankful that no one was seriously injured and she fully intends to speak out more when the legal process is concluded. She will continue working hard to serve the people who elected her, just as she has since she was inaugurated in January,” the statement said. Not everyone agreed with that position. “Past being elected it’s a living human being, it was really hard for me to witness that,” Councilman Frank Gilmore told WNBC. “It’s a matter of public trust, it’s a matter of respect, it’s a matter of human decency.” Megan Carolan, author of a petition calling on DeGise to resign that had almost 3,600 signatures as of Monday morning, said even though DeGise reported the incident to police eventually, it was still a six-hour wait, according to NJ.com. [firefly_poll] “I think that some folks have really been relying hard on this idea that she did the right thing eventually,” Carolan said. “Six hours is not doing the right thing. It’s not.” “This man could have been in the hospital. He could have been dead. She had no way of knowing that,” Carolan said. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Democrat Amy Degise who became an elected official on New Jerseys city council, pulled a hit and run a few days ago. She refuses calls to resign and so far no arrest??? She feels justified to have kept on going because she had a green light.😡😡😡😡😡 pic.twitter.com/vP0P5Ua2dk— Nancy Patriot 💙 Free Speech! (@chairityj2004) August 1, 2022