Mar 22, 2015

Chris Christie Caught Betraying His New Jersey Constituents for Big Campaign Bucks (A Form Of Legalized Bribery)


Jersey Ploys & Pardon the Corruption - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie negotiates a settlement that favors ExxonMobil, and Senator Bob Menendez is accused of taking campaign gifts from an ophthalmologist. (9:23)


Exxon caused allot of damage and the State was deciding how much Exxon had to pay to deal with the damages;

Chris Christie decided to intervene on behalf of the State and give the multi-Billion dollar oil corporation a break while allowing the tax payers to bear the burden of all the damage Exxon caused ... as a result Chris Christie will get more money for a political campaign or just for himself (the laws are very loose on how the money can be used, it's basically a form of legalized bribery like the legalized insider trading thing Congress did for itself to make some quick bucks);


Related articles;

Why Did Gov. Chris Christie Settle New Jersey’s Pollution Lawsuit Against Exxon Mobil? One possible answer is simple: money—more specifically, campaign cash.

Oil Baron of the Pine Barrens: Chris Christie campaigned for governor as a moderate who backed clean energy. After a meeting with David Koch, that changed.


Does this reveal a pattern of behaviour?

Return to 'Bridgegate' - Chris Hayes talks with WNYC's Andrea Bernstein about a new report that examines the schedule of a key player in the Bridgegate scandal and Chris Christie's man at the Port Authority-- David Wildstein.

Chris Christie: Born not to run? Chris Christie tries to launch his political operation ahead of a presidential campaign, but his party is just not that into him. Plus, "Bridgegate" indictments are expected any day now. Msnbc host Steve Kornacki and WNYC Reporter Matt Katz discuss. 

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