For two-and-a-half years, New Jersey governor Chris Christie has maintained that he provided federal investigators looking into the 2013 George Washington lane closures with complete access to both his personal and government email accounts. According to WNYC, however, new court filings show that this was not actually the case, supporting earlier allegations from two defendants indicted in the scheme that Christie’s lawyers destroyed and withheld evidence.
Yesterday afternoon, police officers in New Jersey were combing the Greenwood Forest Wildlife Management Area in the eastern part of the state when they came upon an abandoned car. After searching the area, they arrested two men in combat gear who were in possession of various weapons, including high-powered automatic rifles.
Since North Carolina is now a haven for legally sanctioned LGBT discrimination, it’s about to become a living hell for anyone who doesn’t fit the bill. Which is why Bruce Springsteen just announced that he’s canceling this Sunday’s concert in Greensboro, saying that he wants to “show solidarity for those freedom fighters [working against the bill].”
Chris Christie, who acted wickedly in a past life and must now mortify himself as Donald Trump’s personal jester, has debased himself once more, having been seen inexplicably pouring a bag of M&Ms into a box of M&Ms. Instead of shrugging off this scandal on account of being A) an adult, B) a U.S. governor, or C) a man with self-respect, he called into a New Jersey talk radio show.
Yesterday, a cow named Freddie briefly held New York City’s attention when he burst forth from the Queens slaughterhouse where he was being held and led police on a chase down Jamaica Avenue. This morning, Freddie was being taken to an animal sanctuary, where he will settle down, enjoy the fresh air and green grass, and live out his years in peace and quiet away from the city.