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Texts, e-mails suggest political vendetta in NJ bridge controversy
By Jake Tapper, CNN
updated 1:07 PM EST, Wed January 8, 2014
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
Top aides to Gov. Chris Christie communicate about lane closures to George Washington Bridge

The lanes were closed in September tying up traffic on New Jersey side of busy bridge

Christie has insisted he knew nothing about any political vendetta
(CNN) -- E-mails emerged on Wednesday purportedly from top aides to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie bolstering the case that access lane closures to the George Washington Bridge were borne from a political vendetta against opponents of the governor, and were not the result of an incompetent traffic study as his administration claimed.

"Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee," Bridget Anne Kelly, Christie's deputy chief of staff for legislative and intergovernmental affairs, e-mailed David Wildstein, then the highest-level political appointee representing the state at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

That communication occurred roughly three weeks before the access lanes were closed last September, wreaking havoc on traffic from the New Jersey side of the nation's busiest bridge that crosses into New York.

What did Christie know about closed lanes?
Read the e-mails

"Got it," Wildstein replied.

CNN obtained the e-mails but none of those cited in this report responded for comment to confirm their veracity.

Democrats have alleged the lane closures were revenge against Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich for not endorsing Christie in his re-election effort, and the e-mails and text messages provide some evidence for that suspicion.
Christie's office could not be reached for comment, but the Governor has insisted he knew nothing about any political vendetta.

At a press conference last month, Christie said he could only repeat what his appointee, Port Authority Deputy Executive Director Bill Baroni, "has said publicly and to everybody in this office, which is they believed the traffic study was necessary and that they ordered it, but the way they did it was mistaken and they didn't follow protocols."

Christie announced at that time Baroni would leave the job, which he has. Wildstein resigned in December when the scandal started to get some notice.
On the first morning of the lane closures, in response to a phone message from Sokolich regarding an "urgent matter of public safety in Fort Lee," Kelly asked Wildstein if the Mayor's call had been returned.
Wildstein wrote to Kelly: "Radio silence. His name comes right after mayor Fulop." Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, a Democrat who also didn't endorse Christie.

Fulop claimed this week his decision was met on the same very day with news that New Jersey Cabinet and other high ranking officials were canceling meetings with him, and that a pension reform bill he had worked on was scuttled by a Democrat who had endorsed the Governor.
On the second day of the lane closures, at 8:04 am, Sokolich sent a text to Baroni. "Presently we have four very busy traffic lanes merging into only one toll booth. ... The bigger problem is getting kids to school. Help please. It's maddening."

Seeing that text, a person whose name has been redacted from the e-mails and text messages writes to Wildstein: "Is it wrong that I am smiling?"
"No," Wildstein responds.

"I feel badly about the kids," the unknown person writes.
"I guess," he or she adds a minute later.

Responds Wildstein: "They are the children of Buono voters."
Barbara Buono was Christie's Democratic opponent in the gubernatorial election that the governor won handily in November.

On September 13, Wildstein wrote to Kelly that the New York side of the bridge gave "Fort Lee back all three lanes this morning. We are appropriately going nuts. Samson helping us to retaliate."

David Samson chairs the Port Authority's Board of Commissioners and is a close Christie ally.

"We should talk," Sokolich wrote on September 17 to Wildstein, "Someone needs to tell me that the recent traffic debacle was not punitive in nature. The last four reporters that contacted me suggest that the people they are speaking with absolutely believe it to be punishment. Try as I may to dispel these rumors I am having a tough time. A private face-to-face would be important to me. Perhaps someone can enlighten me as to the errors of my ways. Let me know if you'll give me 10 minutes. Regards, Mark."
Other documents raise questions, too

Wildstein sent the texts to Baroni.

"Have not heard back from Bridget," Wildstein noted.

"Fck," Baroni wrote back.

The next day, September 18, Wildstein e-mailed Bill Stepien, Christie's campaign manager, forwarding him a story from the Wall Street Journal titled "Bridge Jam's Cause a Mystery."

"I have empty boxes ready to take to work today, just in case," Wildstein wrote, an apparent reference to being fired. "It will be a tough November for this little Serbian," an apparent reference to Mayor Sokolich.
On October 3, Baroni asks Wildstein what the "Trenton feedback" is. Trenton is the capital of New Jersey and where Christie's headquarters are.

"Good," Wildstein wrote.

"Just good?" Baroni wrote. "Shit."

"No I have only texted brudget (sic) and Nicole they were VERY happy," Wildstein responded. "Both said you are doing great. Charlie said you did GREAT."

The Port Authority, which is run jointly by New Jersey and New York, oversees the tunnels, bridges and seaports between the two states, as well as the metropolitan area's airports.
It's going to be interesting to see if conservative media decides to turn on the spigot for Christie's cause - or throw him under the bus. They haven't been too happy with him anyway. I imagine Roger Ailes is having some pretty intense meetings about this right now.
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Old 01-09-2014, 04:44 PM   #106
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Nope there's no hard evidence there. Just Donger the Monger's conjectures and reliance on false reports when there are contrary reports.

That, and you can't see what's right in front of you on the Fed's QE etc. That one is really right in front of you. You just trust the Establishment period with no critical thinking.
That's not bad. ha
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Old 01-09-2014, 04:50 PM   #107
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I don't really get your point.
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So, Christie's staff doing something means he did something? So, we can hold Obama responsible for any things his staff did?
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Yeah, you can START doing that. You've shown a lot of restraint not doing that up till now.
Your quote implies that you aren't/haven't already been holding Obama personally responsible for anything done by anyone who is a federal employee.

My quote was a sarcastic response.
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Old 01-09-2014, 04:51 PM   #108
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I know it's like counting snowflakes in a blizzard, but you should try to do a better job keeping up with the Obama administration scandals.

Here's a good place to start: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_IRS_scandal
Not seeing the part where Obama did anything.
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Old 01-09-2014, 05:13 PM   #109
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You said:


Then I said:


Your quote implies that you aren't/haven't already been holding Obama personally responsible for anything done by anyone who is a federal employee.

My quote was a sarcastic response.
I still don't get it. You're saying I do that?

Maybe you should debunk that idea.
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Old 01-09-2014, 05:27 PM   #110
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I still don't get it. You're saying I do that?

Maybe you should debunk that idea.
Well, you said "So, we can hold Obama responsible for any things his staff did?"

Since you said "we" I took that to mean right wingers/Obama critics in general.
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Old 01-09-2014, 05:44 PM   #111
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Well, you said "So, we can hold Obama responsible for any things his staff did?"

Since you said "we" I took that to mean right wingers/Obama critics in general.
I just meant people. But thanks, I guess. Glad to be part of your little joke or whatever it was.
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Old 01-09-2014, 05:59 PM   #112
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I did? I went back to look at what I said, but couldn't find it.

Anyhow, I meant just the idea of targeting political opponents never mind what method they used to do it.

As for the administration, well there was someone under Christie that was involved. I wouldn't have meant everyone in it.
Understood. The difference is that someone in the Christie admin was almost certainly involved whereas there is no similar smoking gun indicating that either Nixon or Obama (or Christie for that matter) was involved.
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Not seeing the part where Obama did anything.
Nixon wasn't involved in the break in either.
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Nixon wasn't involved in the break in either.
No shit the irony of that post will miss the bat of those you were throwing it to~
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Nixon wasn't involved in the break in either.
And I didn't assert that Nixon broke into the Watergate.
The statement was, "Obama targeted Tea Party groups using the IRS."

There's nothing to support assertions of Obama's involvement. There's no evidence of his staff or top administration officials being involved.

Frankly, "Tea Party" groups weren't targeted--all types of political groups were given increased scrutiny. "Tea Party" groups just had the majority of applications.

And, it should be probably be noted that if the goal was to punish Obama critics, this would be a very ineffective way to go about it. These rinky-dink groups just starting up mean nothing. If someone wanted to screw with Obama they'd audit Karl Rove's group or Tea Party USA or one of the big ones.
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And I didn't assert that Nixon broke into the Watergate.
The statement was, "Obama targeted Tea Party groups using the IRS."

There's nothing to support assertions of Obama's involvement. There's no evidence of his staff or top administration officials being involved.
I've already explained why this doesn't matter.

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Frankly, "Tea Party" groups weren't targeted--all types of political groups were given increased scrutiny. "Tea Party" groups just had the majority of applications.

And, it should be probably be noted that if the goal was to punish Obama critics, this would be a very ineffective way to go about it. These rinky-dink groups just starting up mean nothing. If someone wanted to screw with Obama they'd audit Karl Rove's group or Tea Party USA or one of the big ones.
Your confidence that the Obama IRS was pure is terribly misplaced, but not unexpected.
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And I didn't assert that Nixon broke into the Watergate.
The statement was, "Obama targeted Tea Party groups using the IRS."

There's nothing to support assertions of Obama's involvement. There's no evidence of his staff or top administration officials being involved.

Frankly, "Tea Party" groups weren't targeted--all types of political groups were given increased scrutiny. "Tea Party" groups just had the majority of applications.

And, it should be probably be noted that if the goal was to punish Obama critics, this would be a very ineffective way to go about it. These rinky-dink groups just starting up mean nothing. If someone wanted to screw with Obama they'd audit Karl Rove's group or Tea Party USA or one of the big ones.
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Understood. The difference is that someone in the Christie admin was almost certainly involved whereas there is no similar smoking gun indicating that either Nixon or Obama (or Christie for that matter) was involved.
Well yeah, but my point was just targeting of enemies and who had engaged in that. Nixon didn't just have WG pinned on him. He targeted enemies in other ways, including a visit to the IRS with a list of names by John Dean. But Nixon was one of our more socialist presidents soooo.

I suspect this type of thing goes on not infrequently.
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I believe it is picking the fights you can win win little effort. When you face an opponent who can offer a fighft in return it is wise to give pause to weigh pain versus gain~
You mean I shouldn't waste time arguing with someone who won't hesitate to ignore facts, make ridiculous comparisons and come to unsupported conclusions? You are correct there, and I probably should spend less time arguing with pat and BEP.
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This has all been covered at length in other threads. The fact is she and Obama both tried to falsely blame a video when the truth was nothing of the sort. I am not here to re-hash Benghazi. I am here to point out that between Benghazi, the IRS, Fast and Furious, Obamacare and others.....this is getting blown way out of proportion and the reason why is more than obvious.
That's the big scandal - they blamed a video? When it's still not conclusive how much role the video played: http://www.nytimes.com/projects/2013...azi/#/?chapt=0

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Months of investigation by The New York Times, centered on extensive interviews with Libyans in Benghazi who had direct knowledge of the attack there and its context, turned up no evidence that Al Qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault. The attack was led, instead, by fighters who had benefited directly from NATO’s extensive air power and logistics support during the uprising against Colonel Qaddafi. And contrary to claims by some members of Congress, it was fueled in large part by anger at an American-made video denigrating Islam.
Ha you guys are worse at this than I thought. I see why you don't want to rehash Benghazi. You forget not everyone else has internalized that it's a huge scandal, based on Fox blaring it for over a year and not much else, to the point where you still can't figure out why it's even a scandal. You really should huddle up on that. But yeah I know it's the NY Times - let's believe complete liars who go on 60 Minutes instead.

Also Fast & Furious was complete bullshit. If you actually care, read this: http://features.blogs.fortune.cnn.co...furious-truth/

I know you don't care though. You will believe anything Fox news pumps out. Like I said your amygdala is blocking your reason center. Hey look over there - that minority is taking your table scraps!

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