Governor Phil Murphy Flips New Jersey the Bird
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As part of April Fools Day, our beloved Governor, Phil Murphy, decided he would play a trick on the state, the country, and the world, by announcing that he's changed the state bird to the middle finger salute.
Yep, Governor Murphy went there.
There's always been a joke that "the official bird of New Jersey is the middle finger", but Murphy officially pulled the trigger with his April Fools Day Joke:
So, there it is! Your tax dollars at work!
So, what did you think of Governor Murphy's joke? Let us know!
But first, here's an American Goldfinch, the real New Jersey State Bird:
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