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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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It's apparent how frightened the far left is over Christie's popularity and resonance with the public. In fact, a pro Clinton group has been pushing this non story with little effect.

Fast forward to the 2016 debates. Just imagine the questions-Governor Christie, how do you respond to allegations that you ignored a traffic jam that one of your appointees caused? 'What difference does it make?'

Secretary of State Clinton, how do you respond to allegations you did nothing to prevent the murder of a US Ambassador, could not identify where you were or what you did during and after the attack, and helped cover up the aftermath? 'What difference does it make?'

Which action carries more gravitas, and reflects worse upon the candidate?



It really takes zero imagination to figure out where you get your news from.

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It's apparent how frightened the far left is over Christie's popularity and resonance with the public. In fact, a pro Clinton group has been pushing this non story with little effect.

Fast forward to the 2016 debates. Just imagine the questions-Governor Christie, how do you respond to allegations that you ignored a traffic jam that one of your appointees caused? 'What difference does it make?'

Secretary of State Clinton, how do you respond to allegations you did nothing to prevent the murder of a US Ambassador, could not identify where you were or what you did during and after the attack, and helped cover up the aftermath? 'What difference does it make?'

Which action carries more gravitas, and reflects worse upon the candidate?


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A massive traffic jam on the George
Washington Bridge is "beginning to look
suspiciously connected" to one of New
Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) political
feuds, according to a column in the New
York Times.

The column Tuesday on the alleged "New
Jersey Traffic Conspiracy" noted two of
the three access lanes allowing drivers
from Fort Lee, N.J. onto the bridge to
New York were closed last summer
shortly after the town's Democratic
mayor, Mark Sokolich, declined to
endorse Christie's re-election bid.
Sokolich has indicated he believes his
lack of support for Christie led to the
traffic jam, which the column said
temporarily turned his town into a
"parking lot."

At a hearing on Monday, the column said
several witnesses indicated they share
Sokolich's suspicions, including Patrick
Foye, who is the executive director of the
agency Port Authority of New York & New
Jersey, which oversees the bridge. Foye
was appointed by New York Gov. Andrew
Cuomo (D).

The Times column said bridge workers
were told the lane closures were caused
by a non-existent "traffic study" and Foye
said it was ordered by David Wildstein, a
Port Authority official and longtime
Christie confidante. Wildstein announced
on Friday he will resign from Port
Authority effective Jan. 1. According to
the column, Christie denied he played
any role in the lane closures and called
the theory politics played a role "crazy."

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