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Christie Bridgegate Investigation vs. IRS Tea Party Scandal Investigation

Posted by madjillmom on March 28, 2014

One day after Gov. Chris Christie is exonerated in an internal investigation over the bridge lane closure incident, the Dems are calling foul on the investigation because the governor’s office hired the legal team and the head lawyer of the investigation, Randy M. Maestro, a lifelong Democrat,  met Gov. Christi once upon a time.

These same Dems tell us that having Barbara Bosserman at DOJ, a civil rights lawyer, investigating the IRS Tea Party Scandal is not at all tainted by the fact that Barbara Bosserman is an Obama supporter who maxed out in ($6000 range) her giving to Obama’s campaign. No bias or impropriety there, no, sir!

Can someone check to see if Randy M. Maestro maxed out in giving to Chris Christie’s campaign in the past? Did he ever give a dime to Chris Christie?

There are two more biased investigations on the Bridgegate affair, one run by the New Jersey State Legislature (Dem), and the other run by the most politically biased DOJ ever. How much would you like to bet that the DOJ has a much bigger and higher funded investigation of Gov. Christie than they do on the IRS Tea Party Scandal.

Remember, Obama has already told us that there is not a smidgen of anything illegal in the IRS Tea Party Scandal.

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One Response to “Christie Bridgegate Investigation vs. IRS Tea Party Scandal Investigation”

  1. OGRE said

    madjillmom! Check out my post at winduprubberfinger.com

    I actually covered what you are talking about.

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