Evidence Exists That Chris Christie Lied About Bridgegate

Sad that this will ruin Christie but that Benghazi hasn’t ruined Hillary.
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Former Port Authority official David Wildstein promised he would talk when the time is right, and now The New York Times is reporting that the man who personally oversaw the closures on the George Washington Bridge last September claims Christie knew about the plan.

Wildstein, former senior Port Authority official, had been held in contempt at a previous New Jersey Legislature hearing on the matter for not answering questions, and offered to speak during next month’s round of hearings in exchange for prosecutorial immunity. Wildstein has been subpoenaed and would face contempt charges again if he does not testify or abuses his Fifth Amendment privilege. The New York Times does not say whether he has received immunity, but a letter from his lawyer claims Wildstein knows of evidence that directly ties Christie to the incident. The letter describes the closing as a “Christie administration order.”

That much is proven. The smoking gun email that proved that someone within the Christie administration’s offices wanted that bridge closed was sent to Wildstein – from former deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly. Wildstein, who was at the George Washington Bridge site the first day of closings to make sure cars could not reach the bridge through express lanes in Fort Lee, is believed to have been working in response to the “time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee” email. The move is believed to have been political retribution against Democratic Mayor Mark Sokolich. Some – most notably, former David Wildstein employee Steve Kornacki, now at MSNBC – have posited the theory that the real target was Fort Lee’s State Senator, Loretta Weinberg.



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