Thursday, February 27, 2014

“Flights to Tel Aviv all mysteriously delayed,”

NyPo explains:
Two Chris Christie allies at the heart of the Bridgegate scandal mocked a prominent New Jersey rabbi — and talked about causing traffic problems for him, it was reported today.

David Wildstein, a senior Christie-appointee at the Port Authority, sent a photo of Orthodox Rabbi Mendy Carlebach with House Speaker John Boehner to the New Jersey governor’s deputy chief of staff, Bridget Anne Kelly.

“I think this qualifies as stalking,” Kelly texted back, according to newly released documents reported on “You are too much.”

“He is Jewish Cid Wilson,” Wildstein replied, referring to a prominent New Jersey Democrat.

“You are really so funny. He is. No doubt,” Kelly answered.

“And he has officially pissed me off,” Wildstein wrote back.

“Clearly,” Kelly replied. “We cannot cause traffic problems in front of his house, can we?”

“Flights to Tel Aviv all mysteriously delayed,” Wildstein wrote.

“Perfect,” Kelly responded.

The text exchange took place last Aug. 19, six days after Kelly wrote Wildstein, “Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.” That email is at the center of the investigation of charges that key Christie allies and aides orchestrated politically motivated lane closings to the George Washington Bridge.

The new Wildstein-Kelly exchange appears in newly uncensored documents released by a state legislative committee looking into the scandal.

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