Phillies own Chris Christie after Governor calls Phils fans "bitter"

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Phillies own Chris Christie after Governor calls Phils fans

Thursday morning, a judge ruled a criminal complaint against NJ Gov. Chris Christie over the Bridgegate lane-closing scandal can proceed, which may explain the reason the word "bridge" was in quotes.

The governor is to appear March 10 in municipal court on a criminal summons.

In case you forgot: Christie colluded to shut down a toll booth, creating massive traffic jams in Fort Lee, N.J. It's believed the move was designed to punish the mayor of Fort Lee, who declined to support Christie in his re-election campaign.

"This judge has once again violated the Governor's constitutional rights and intentionally ignored the earlier ruling by Assignment Judge Mizdol", Murray said.

Setting his sights on sports isn't a bad strategy for Christie, who is tied for the lowest job approval rating of any governor in the history of New Jersey polling.

By now, everyone in Philadelphia knows the Cowboys-loving New Jersey governor hates the Eagles.

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A year ago, a dead-eyed Chris Christie was debasing himself on national television in an attempt to charm his way into a cabinet position in Donald Trump's administration.

Christie would need to be indicted by a grand jury in order to go to trial. He says the failure of the Bergen County prosecutor's office to pursue charges shows favoritism on behalf of the prosecutor's office.

Brennan has contended that demonstrates bias inherent in the relationship between Christie and the prosecutor's office, and he renewed his call Thursday for a special prosecutor to be named. The law requires this judge to have done the same.

In November, Christie's deputy chief of staff and the former Port Authority deputy executive director became the latest former Christie allies to either plead guilty or be found guilty of federal charges that include conspiracy and fraud.

Christie has denied knowledge of the scheme until weeks or months later.

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