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Chris Christie is good friends with Cory Booker, the Mayor of Newark and Democratic candidate for US Senate. The two have fought on the same side on a number of issues, not the least of which is education “reform” which gave a lot of early bipartisan cred when Christie and Booker received the $100M from Mark Zuckerberg.
You’d think that Christie might consider endorsing his good friend for Senate, even though they’re in different parties. I mean, Christie is always talking about how partisanship doesn’t matter when it comes to governing, and is happy to tout Democratic endorsers to the high heavens.
Of course, maybe this is a case of “good for me, not for you!” and Christie is happy to accept the endorsements but not to hand them out.
Yeah, tell me you didn’t see this coming.
Christie said Wednesday that he will support either Republican who wins an Aug. 13 primary. The GOP race is between former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan and Piscataway physician Alieta Eck.
See, Chris Christie has never given his endorsement to a Democrat. He’ll say nice things about one every once in a while, and accept the glow of a co-press conference, but actually endorsing? Not going to happen.
Because Christie knows the value of being a member of a political party, and gleefully celebrates all the Democrats out there who don’t.
He’s laughing at you, folks. Hard enough to get whip lash.