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Christie may use power to ‘whack’ Wildstein re bridge scandal

by Victor Payan on January 10, 2014 in El Now, Pocho Ñews Service

chrischristiewhack(PNS reporting from TRENTON) Sources close to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie say the embattled state “boss” may invoke special powers to “whack” disgraced New Jersey Port Authority official David Wildstein over the George Washington Bridge scandal.

Calls to Christie’s lawyers at the offices of Bada, Bing & Bada-Boehm confirm that “causing one to be humiliated” is sufficient to trigger termination of a staffer.

According to New Jersey law, other causes for evoking this little-known power include behavior that identifies a staffer as a “fink,” “bad news” or a “rat.”

Wildstein embroiled Christie in scandal when it was disclosed that he ordered the closure of two lanes of the heavily-trafficked George Washington Bridge in alleged retaliation against Fort Lee mayor Mark Sokolich’s refusing to support Christie for governor.

This action delayed tens of thousands of commuters and caused widespread mayhem over Jerseyites missing spray tanning sessions, weightlifter spotting appointments and the season finale of Jersey Shore.

The traffic delays also delayed trafficking into Fort Lee and seriously impacted New Jersey’s thriving import-export industry.

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