Friday, April 11, 2014
I recently saw an article on the Evening News that the Department of Justice (DOJ) was going to start a federal investigation into NJ Governor Chris Christie regarding “Bridgegate”. Is this really necessary or just a waste of time and money?
It amazes me that the DOJ is so concerned with this especially since it is a state issue. NJ seems to be doing a very good job of investigating it on its own and have found that Christie was not involved. But that isn’t good enough for the DOJ.
Does anyone else think that the reason the DOJ is getting involved is because it was a Republican Governor, who may be running for President in 2016? I don’t see them going after any Democrats or the Black Panthers for voting intimidation, or all the Federal employees who don’t pay their taxes, such as Charlie Rangel.
The question should be where was the DOJ with regard to having a special investigation in to the IRS scandal, NSA scandal or the Benghazi murders. And why no one has been held accountable.
Or maybe they should be investigating the US State Department under Hillary Clinton for the $6 Billion that can’t be accounted for while she was Secretary of State due to poor management of contracts.
Oh I can see the responses to my letter stating that I am racist because I don’t agree with the Obama Administration’s handling of these scandals but really how long are Democrats going to continue to always play the race card. Or for how long will you let Hillary Clinton continue to say “What difference does it make now” with regard to Benghazi murders. We need answers and we aren’t getting them from this administration.
I believe that regardless of what political party, an individual belongs; the DOJ should investigate with the same integrity. But I have not seen any integrity from anyone in the Obama Administration thus far.
When are we going to say enough is enough and demand the DOJ act accordingly or Eric Holder needs to be fired?
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