Chris Christie, Political scandal, Politics

Allegations against NJ Governor Chris Christie mount!


New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is knee-deep in allegations as his vindictive policies of politics continue to grow against him.

Added to the latest list of scandalous behavior is that the petty NJ Governor enacted political revenge after his administration shut down the DMV office in a large New Jersey city three years ago. Democratic politicians say it was because they opposed his tax policies and worked for his political opponent, John Corzine.

New Jersey state Assemblyman Joe Cryan told a media source, Chris Christie shut down the fourth-largest Motor Vehicle Commission office in Elizabeth, New Jersey as revenge.

‘He shut it down, plain and simple, and of course this was political,’ Cryan said. ‘This was complete retribution. … There was no other possible explanation for it.’

Cryan who was former Gov. John Corzine’s state Democratic chairman, when he ran for re-election in 2009 unsuccessfully against Christie concluded, “Closing the motor vehicle bureau in Elizabeth was a way for Christie to crush three political adversaries with a single stroke of his pen”.

Elizabeth’s longtime mayor, Chris Bollwage, got under Chris Christie’s skin soon after he took Corzine’s job, joining Cryan to publicly oppose what they called a ‘flawed’ plan to cap the rate of annual property tax increases in New Jersey. So to get back at the Elizabeth mayor, Christie closed down one of the busiest DMV offices in his city and now taxpayers in the region have to trek it to other cities to get their plates or licenses renewed, and politicians say the wait times have doubled.

Christie and his insiders are used to getting their way no matter what the consequence are to constituents and families, which is why his alleged innocence in this huge bridgegate scandal is hard to believe.

Looks like Christie’s prospects of a 2016 presidential run are dimmered each week as every political adversary he’s ever had, is coming out of the woodwork in record numbers.