Bridgegate’s Not the Only Scandal Haunting Christie’s AG Hopes

“Former Assistant Prosecutor Bennett Barlyn tells Politico that if Christie is nominated, the Senate should examine how Christie’s politics influenced the ways in which he used his power as both governor and as a federal prosecutor.

Politico reports that Barlyn was an assistant prosecutor when his office indicted then-county sheriff, Deborah Trout and two of her subordinates on official misconduct and other charges.

The state Attorney General’s Office later took over the county prosecutors office and had a judge dismiss the indictments, according to the report.

Barlyn contends the move was politically motivated and came straight from Christie’s office.  Read more HERE.

Lesser-known Christie scandal could resurface if he’s tapped for AG

New Jersey “Bridgegate” Trial

Something smells! It appears the court does not want to touch on the “motive” behind the “scheme.” Is there fear that deliberating this issue will further reveal the involvement of the U.S. Attorneys Office in shielding Governor Christie from obstruction of justice and abuse of power?

The U.S. DOJ has already accomplished this! A complaint was filed with the US DOJ/OIG. The “events” that occurred with Bridgegate coincide with correspondences, e-mails, etc.regarding a demand for investigation into Bergen County and Fort Lee. Pursuit of a full investigation continues.

“President Trump gets rid of Sessions and considers replacing with Chis Christie……Why? So Christie can “save his own butt?”‘

Published in: on November 13, 2018 at 11:44 am  Leave a Comment  

N.J. Governor Christie Thinks There’s More To Bridgegate

NJ Advance Media reports “11 new things we just learned about Chris Christie.”

“Here are 11 highlights and new things we learned about the governor.

1. Christie thinks there’s more to Bridgegate
The George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal shattered Christie’s popularity in the state and delivered a big blow to his White House ambitions. Christie has never been directly tied to the scandal and he adamantly denies any involvement.
The admitted mastermind of the scandal, David Wildstein, told jurors it was a political revenge scheme against the mayor of Fort Lee for not endorsing Christie’s re-election bid. His testimony helped convict a former top Christie administration official, Bridget Anne Kelly, and the governor’s top appointee to the Port Authority, Bill Baroni.
But Christie thinks there’s more to the story.
“I don’t even think the true story has ever been told about why it was done,” Christie said. “I don’t buy the fact and I’ve never bought the fact that this was done to penalize the mayor of Fort Lee.”
Christie wouldn’t say what he thought happened, telling Politico he doesn’t know.”

Read more HERE.


There Is More Behind Governor Chris Christie And The Bridgegate Scandal!

New Jersey “Bridgegate” Trial – View commentaries and documents.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie In Hot Water…

View E-mails to Gov. Christie on this link ( Update 12-6-16 (8:45 p.m.), click here.

Is There More Behind New Hampshire Corruption?

During the tenure of Gov. John Lynch (D) and Kelly Ayotte’s (R) tenure as Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte and Lynch covered up official corruption. The corruption and cover up extended to New Jersey, involving Fort Lee and Bergen County Prosecutors office. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) is fully aware, as is the Office of Inspector General, US DOJ.

View reply from Governor Christie.

Is there a connection between Gov. Christie’s “Bridgegate“, US Senator Kelly Ayotte and the US DOJ? Is there political maneuvering behind the scenes?  Regardless, all three have personal knowledge of state and federal crimes committed, cover up, obstruction of justice and malfeasance of office, involving drugs. Documented evidence supports this.

Will current A.G. Jeff Sessions continue the cover up because Governor Christie is a friend of President Donald Trump?

Still awaiting a response…..AG Sessions!


Published in: on November 18, 2017 at 8:26 pm  Leave a Comment  
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