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January 10th, 2014
06:54 PM ET

New documents shed light on Christie scandal

New documents are showing the early concerns of the traffic jams, but still no signs that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was involved. CNN's Joe Johns reports.

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  1. Phil, south jersey

    This is just another example of Republican callousness towards humans. It's all about Self and Power, and anything that stands in the way of that is disposable. No where in my conscious could I think to do that to hardworking Americans, kids trying to get to school, ambulances saving lives.......But republicans don't blink and act like they sleep good at night..... They need to get on the right side of history and understand that it's innate in the human spirit not to tolerate injustice, disenfranchizement, unequal laws......the sooner they realize, the sooner the world will be a better place.

    January 13, 2014 at 2:14 pm |
  2. Phil, south jersey

    Christie needs to release all his documents relating to this scandal!! There is no way he was in the dark about this. The order came right from his office, and he is too much of a bully, control freak, for his staff just to do a scandal on a whim. What's even worse is that Christie figures he is such a Bully that he can just name call, belittle the media and the investigation would stop--He was doing a cover up. Christie put lives in danger– sum may have lost their life because of it, he put jobs at stake, and caused a very violatile situation. He needs to resign, this is governorship 101, do no harm to people....... And this is not like any of President Obamas controversies.....there was never no direct link to the whitehouse or that administration purposely set out to do harm.

    January 13, 2014 at 11:00 am |
  3. janemarion

    I don't get it...
    It seems pretty clear that Gov. Chris Christie was as involved as involved can possibly be with the whole debacle.
    If not in action, in spirit.
    Even those of us who do not live the life of dirty politics pretty much understand that the Gov has a staff that are well paid to shield him from these types of things. I couldn't help but notice when he used the line about.......I was not involved in either the planning or the execution of the closure of the bridge...
    Does anybody think that documents will be found with his signature/fingerprints ....Of course not.
    Hey folks....
    New Jersey politics..........It ain't Kansas, Virginia.

    Bottom line........
    Chris Christie is in this mess up to the tip of his pointy little head and to pretend otherwise is to hide one's own head in the sand. (imo).

    January 11, 2014 at 10:11 am |

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