The Christie Bombshell No One is Talking About

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The Christie Bombshell No One is Talking About

Well, except USNews.com‘s David Catanese.

It seems New Jersey Governor Chris Christie did know about those pesky little bridge lane closures. And here’s the bombshell: he knew the day before he gave that marathon of a press conference.

In essence, Governor Christie didn’t tell the truth on January 9, 2014. Where I’m from, that’s called a lie.

His former campaign manager Bill Stepien has directly contradicted what Christie said in that 107-minute presser. Stepien’s lawyer is demanding the Governor and his attorneys retract their accusation that Stepien misled his boss. Don’t hold your breath Mr. Stepien.

So here’s the bottom line: We now have a former high level staffer to Christie accusing the Governor of lying about what he knew and when he knew it.

Folks, mark my words: the dominoes will begin to fall and I’m willing to bet that Bridget Ann Kelly and others will begin the process of throwing more knives into Christie’s backside.

H/T USNews

 

Jimmy Williams is the Executive Editor of bluenationreview.com and can be found regularly calling out hypocritical Republicans on twitter @jimmyspolitics

 

 

Jimmy Williams
Jimmy Williams is the Executive Editor of BlueNationReview, MSNBC contributor, and can be found regularly calling out hypocritical Republicans on twitter.

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