Chris Christie’s Crisis: Hear Jeanine Pirro compare it to Obama’s corruption

| January 11 2014
David Leeper

Mixing beauty with passion, Judge Jeanine once again cleans Obama’s clock — this time using Chris Christie’s “crisis” as a backdrop for the Obama/Holder 5-year record of politically corrupt justice administration.

Evidently, Barack Obama and Eric Holder don’t even try to disguise it any more.  They brazenly launched a federal investigation of Chris Christie and his staff’s bridge-lane-closure scandal less than 24 hours after the news broke, while still slow-rolling the Benghazi, IRS, and Fast-and-Furious scandals.

A fully engaged, ethical press would tear that absurdity apart. But we know there’s no chance of that because Obama’s servile media will cover for him — yet again. Have those media no shame? No self-respect? Can any of those “journalists” still remember when they sold out?

And are there any self-respecting Democrats left to shout: “Enough, already!”? Where are they? Are they so ashamed of their past silence that they dare not admit to themselves what they’ve aided and abetted?

Thank goodness for Judge Jeanine and the handful of others in the media who still speak out.

7 comments
NeilFeuer
NeilFeuer

If anyone has any doubts as to the real meaning and substance of this simple but truthful article and the actions taken by everyone, the admin, the media, the establishment GOP, the DOJ, the FBI, and the public, may I suggest you should all realize the true goal of this exercise!

The admin acted at once to destroy a potential Rep POTUS and protect a Dem in the front line, candidate, who as her partner, BO, would and did put politics before our men and woman in the military. This was shown by ex Sec of Defense Gates in his new book "Duty", their positions are quite clear and to have a POTUS and a future possibility to not have the passion, the heart and respect and love of the men they send to war to protect us, is not the American or military way, "No Man Left Behind", just think "Benghazi"!

1 1/2 years later and ZERO accountability, just 24 hours later, and we have Christie/ GW Bridgegate!

And if you still have doubts, or just want to see how real Americans in our service act, see Lone Survivor", no matter what, they did their job, living within "rules of engagement" (which must be stopped today), they tried to rescue their brother's regardless, that is America to me and to We The People"!

And just ask yourself if a George Bush would have ordered Stand Down in Benghazi, or would he have sent in the troops, and then openly get the admin and Feds to investigate a traffic jam for whatever reason, it is not the DOJ or Fed job, STAY OU!

sleepergirl
sleepergirl

I am agog to see the speed with which an federal investigation was opened on this case.  I am no fan of Christie, but this little "scandal" is nothing compared to Benghazi, for which even Speaker Boehner (R) refuses to appoint a select committee.  We the People are getting buried by corrupt or inept Progressives, Democrats, and establishment GOP.  

dleeper47
dleeper47 moderator

sspdavidmiller: I'd still trade in Obama for Christie. An improvement's an improvement!

sspdavidmiller
sspdavidmiller

Christie's holding accountable his subordinates is meaningless; when they get jail time I  will be impressed; I believe that they have been well compensated for their "termination". Christie is merely performing. And FOX's praise of Christie disgusts me. As a NJ resident I recognize Christie as a corrupt enemy of the Constitution who is aware of but does nothing about demonstrable  judicial and police corruption that is politically protected. See www.whistleblowerRN.com for tangible proof.   

sspdavidmiller
sspdavidmiller

@dleeper47

What a choice! On a scale of 1-10 with 1 being the most disapproval rating I give Obama a 1, and based upon my experience with Christie as my governor I give him a 2. Christie is all talk, has embraced the expanded medicaid in NJ, and in my opinion differs little from Obama. I must admit that Chrsitie probably would not have messed with the health care system.  

Christie's response to the GWB scandal is clearly a ploy engineered by a damage control consultant to contrast his "heroism and honesty" when dealing with misbehaving  subordinates, a response that is conspicuously absent in DC, but termination of the people in question does not translate to accountability. Christie stated for the cameras that "I am responsible", but of course he really does not mean it; I admit he must look good to those poor souls with limited cognitive capacity. And by God, that Christie deserves alot of credit for holding people accountable, and I am really, really sure that he did not know anything about the lane closures! Really.      

sleepergirl
sleepergirl

@sspdavidmiller When I see Gov Christie, I see a school yard bully who grew up to be a street thug.  As a former NJ resident myself, I can still the culture of corruption in law enforcement and the judiciary there.  Like Obama's regime, the environment and culture is set by the executive.  For that reason I have difficulty accepting on face value that Christie is guiltless.  To me he's a boy from small town US who is wearing big-boy (and I mean big) pants, but finds out he can't mix with the adults.  How disgusted I was when Christie spoke gleefully about "riding in Marine One" with the president.