The George Washington Bridge Scandal – was Gov. Christie not aware of its roots?

Chris Christie & The Bridge Scandal

What did the governor know?

Gov. Chris Christie has taken responsibility for the actions of his closest confidantes and allies but he refuses to admit any participation in the devious scheme now known as the “George Washington Bridge Scandal.”

Some people would deduce that because of the governor’s brash character and bullying attitude, his lieutenants have taken actions that they were pretty sure the governor would applaud. It should have been pretty obvious to the governor that something was amiss when bridge lanes are closed – for no good reasons – resulting in massive, crippling traffic jams that cause chaos and economic losses.

If Gov. Christie failed to see what was wrong with the events that later proved to have been plotted and carried out by his lieutenants, he is not fit to be governor – he should resign and find something else to do.


About Julius Willis

A former Philippines newspaperman and businessman, Julius resettled in California, USA, where he simultaneously worked as an instructional and technical writer and engineering department manager and taught college for 26 years. Now retired, he serves as a member of the City of Hayward's Planning Commission, the Alameda County Housing & Community Development Advisory Committee, and the Advisory Board of CSU-East Bay's Center For Filipino Studies. He is also on Hayward's General Plan Task Force.
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