Chris Christie Deals with a “Roadblock”

by Ryan on January 8, 2014

in Election 2016,Immigration,Media Bias,New Jersey,New York City,Politics,Stupid government

It is clear that after his recent reelection, Establishment New Jersey Governor Chris Christie wants to be President.  He won’t win, but the GOP seems on their way to nominate him, especially since his recent pandering to illegals.  But there may be a roadblock to an easy GOP nomination — a literal roadblock.

Here is what is alleged from some recently subpoenaed emails:

Since Fort Lee Democrat Mayor Mark Sokolich refused to endorse Christie like so many other Democrat mayors last Fall, Christie’s deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly emailed the Port Authority’s Director of Interstate Capital Projects (and long-time Christie friend) David Wildstein writing, “Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.”  Wildstein replied, “Got it.”  A  month later (last September) local access lane closures appeared on the Fort Lee side of the George Washington Bridge in what was initially called a “mishandled traffic study.”


Today, Christie responded in what was called a “boilerplate” fashion, that he was simply “misled” about the purpose of the lane closures.  Regardless, when your old friend and deputy chief of staff are involved in what looks like an act of political retribution, you’re going to get dirtied.  This potential scandal is young, but if the MSM sniffs any opportunity to shoot down the likely 2016 GOP nominee, they will certainly try.

UPDATEChristie responds like his old buddy Obama — he was misled, wasn’t clear about what happened, just saw the emails when we did, etc.  Just like the IRS or AP scandal for Obama, Christie tried to pull the bystander card.  It was a good move to hold a 107-minute press conference to deflect, blow smoke, and try to engender some sympathy, but with an ongoing investigation and Wildstein pleading the 5th, things could get interesting.

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