Chris Christie, Jimmy Fallon, Political scandal, Politics

Chris Christie backed it up on Jimmy Fallon last night!


And I must admit, the New Jersey Governor is slimming down nicely.

Trying to display a softer and cooler side, Christie took to the stage with some funny dance moves gearing up for a 2016 presidential run.

Fallon made a jab about the Bridgegate scandal in Thursday’s ‘Evolution of Dad Dancing’ skit, and the two discussed a ‘hypothetical’ run against Hillary Clinton in 2016. Christie said he could beat Hilary Clinton in a presidential run. I don’t think so, what do you think?

Chris Christie, Political scandal, Politics

Chris Christie looks to be in the CLEAR!


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The embattled New Jersey Governor is so relived to know that he has been exonerated for any involvement in the bridgegate scandal.

So this simply means two things people: his two staffers who were the closest to him (Bridget Kelly and Bill Stephien) will be the fall guys for the governor just as they’ve protected his directives to keep him out of involvement on a paper and electronic trail. So now Chris Christie believes he’s all set to proceed with a 2016 presidential run.

Christie stated in a recent interview with Dianne Sawyer’s that “In his opinion voters still have a lot of respect for him – especially in Iowa” where the first Republican presidential primary will be held in 2016.

I think Chris Christie is tripping on his pride and floating off his ego, if he thinks he will be the republication nomination in 2016.

As a matter of fact, I think the REPUBLICANS ARE DONE!!!! With a defiant congress and a full republican senate, who are out of touch with struggling American people, who are 3.1 million strong unemployed, Chris Christie’s party don’t have a chance. 

Chris Christie, Controversy, Political scandal, Politics, Town Hall

How come Gov. Christie won’t have a ‘town hall’ in the hood?


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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie held his first town hall meeting since he’s faced intense national scrutiny over what Democrats say were politically motivated lane closures on the George Washington Bridge.

The famous governor held his first town hall since the bridge gate scandal in Middletown, New Jersey where 95 percent of his audience were Caucasian.

But my question is this, why won’t Chris Christie hold a town hall meeting in the hoods of Camden county, Newark New Jersey or any other urban areas throughout the state? He always seem to frequent these areas where he won’t be challenged.

Case and point, one woman sitting at the front of the bleachers came with a message for Christie, typed in capital letters on a piece of white computer paper: “Resign Christie.”

Isabel Newson, 48, (pictured below) of Keansburg, NJ said members of Christie’s staff told her twice that if she “didn’t remove the sign,” she’d “have to leave.” Both times, Newson said, she refused, and the staffers took the sign out of her hands.

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While no one at the town hall asked Gov. Christie about the bridge gate scandal, I’m sure they were told what questions would be permissible. In the meantime the Republican governor mostly field questions and dialogue about the state’s recovery from Sandy.

I think Christie knows if he came to the hood he would not only be heckled the way he was in Times Square but the great citizens of the state of New Jersey would not ignore the scandal currently rocking his administration.  

Chris Christie, Scandal, Super Bowl

They BOOED Him in Times Square


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New Jersey is hosting the big super bowl game tomorrow and it is only proper to invite New Jersey’s governor to be in the midst of the festivities but….he was BOOED when he was introduced in Times Square.

The once-immensely popular Christie, has lost his glow to scandal, as he sat stone-faced and was razzed in Times Square for a typically upbeat Super Bowl event.

“You made it across the bridge?” howled one heckler as the problem-plagued Christie — in a navy Windbreaker and black scarf — sat impassively on the stage at Broadway and W. 43rd St.

One day after allegations that a lying Chris Christie knew about the Bridgegate scandal as it happened, the governor sat uncomfortably in the spotlight on the eve of the Super Bowl.

Poor thing!

Chris Christie, GWB scandal, Political scandal, Politics

If they find out he lied… he could be impeached!


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The New Jersey Assemblyman John Wisniewski, who is leading the Chris Christie investigation into the George Washington  bridge payback scandal; told the Daily News that he is convinced that ‘laws were broken,’ and said Christie could possibly be impeached if it turns out he had knowledge of the political payback scheme. Hours earlier, State Assembly Speaker-elect Vincent Prieto announced he planned to subpoena more emails and documents from the Christie administration in the investigation.

“The noose is tightening,” state Sen. Barbara Buono, who lost to Christie in the November governor’s race, told The News on Saturday. “You wonder how people could be so drunk with power, how they could be so brazen in abusing it?” she said.

Buono said she was unmoved by Christie’s cascade of apologies after the emails indicated the lane closings were a petty attack on a local politician.

The traffic jam was reportedly a slap at Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich for his refusal to endorse Christie, whose 2016 presidential hopes may be a “dream never attained” as a hit from this scandal.

In the meantime, David Wildstein, another Christie Port Authority appointee, pled his “fifth amendment” rights at a hearing held by the Assembly Transportation Committee on Jan. 9 in Trenton, N.J. Emails tie Wildstein to the Bridgegate scandal, as well as Bridget Kelly, Christie’s former top aide.

‘Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee,’ Kelly wrote in a damning email on Aug. 13.