No in the big picture and no lol.<quoted text>
Prove it...right now it's just looking like a VERY biased witch hunt.
Granted, this mayor/lt. governor theing can only be a side-show while it's "she said/she said". It may not go much further, but there *could* be some "there" there. Remember what a lt. governor of a state does. He/she is doing much of nuts-and-bolts administrating policies on a daily basis. This can't be dismissed without a look-see.
That look-see would include communications among staff in the administration. Is it or is it not part of a political vendetta with consequences played out on N.J. residents, non-resident workforce of N.J. companies, taxpayers, and voters.
For instance -- the fired Deputy Chief of Staff is the source of "time for traffic problems in Ft. Lee".
By David Foster, The Trentonian
Posted: 01/13/14, 9:13 PM EST
[excerpt follows that includes that *4* staff members are gone ]
TRENTON Assemblyman John Wisniewski is trying to get to the bottom of why some of Gov. Chris Christies top staff switched conversations to private email accounts in the ongoing Bridgegate scandal.
Thats a very disturbing development because you see some of these communications start with normal governmental email channels and switch to private email channels, the Middlesex County representative said Monday at the Statehouse.As the story was originally put forward that this was simply a traffic study ... you wouldnt switch to your personal email accounts unless you thought there was a reason.
Some of Christies closest allies who were fired or resigned Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Kelly, Port Authority appointee David Wildstein, campaign manager Bill Stephien and Port Authority Deputy Executive Director Bill Baroni participated in this type of questionable activity while discussing the Fort Lee lane closures.
Chris Christies spokesman Michael Drewniak also forwarded emails from his official state account to his personal Gmail address, and then in some instances began foul chatter with the next recipient. As of Monday, Drewniak remains on Christies staff.
It smells like dead skunks in the middle of the road, and it's stinking to high heaven. Just don't know if it's as high as Christie.