After Wednesday night's Daily Show dedicated the entire first segment to the Bridgegate scandal, last night Jon Stewart took on the governor's marathon press conference in which Christie denied all knowledge. Spoiler alert: You'll even get to see Chris Christie taking a shower in this video. Well, sort of.
As the dust begins to settle from yesterday's presser, where Governor Christie said he knew nothing of the retribution his office was enacting on the town of Ft. Lee because their mayor wouldn't endorse him for re-election, I wonder who believes him.
We've talked about scams before on the show. We're sympathetic. We understand how good the scam artists can be. How they catch people off-guard and use finely honed psychological manipulation and great acting skills. Sure. But this one is just ridiculous.
The Bergen Record has obtained emails and communications that show Governor Christie's deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly had advance knowledge of a plan to shut down local access lanes to the George Washington bridge in September in a scandal that has drawn nationwide attention.
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