Convicted Bridgegate Aide Bridget Kelly Talks About Mysterious Call from Walter Timpone

The prosecution and sentencing of Bridget Anne Kelly, who was named as a co-conspirator in the Bridgegate scandal that closed lanes on the George Washington Bridge in 2013, to 13 months in federal prison while many other male members of Chris Christie's administration were complicit in these events not only went free but advanced their careers, show that justice is not blind for everyone.

After the infamous “Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee” text message, Bridget Kelly said she received a call from Walter Timpone.

Timpone wanted to represent her at trial, said Kelly, then suddenly backed out, then later surfaced as Chris Christie’s choice to serve on the New Jersey Supreme Court, where he now sits.

The former Christie aide’s post-sentencing interview with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow:

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2 responses to “Convicted Bridgegate Aide Bridget Kelly Talks About Mysterious Call from Walter Timpone”

  1. Time for a resignation (aside from being part of a cover-up that outright Sunday night “solicitation” issue is troubling) . . . . or for a bar association judicial ethics complaint.

  2. Can’t even believe the truth if it comes from conspiracy news network. I wanna know more about Biden’s son making millions off of Dad’s connection. Or Obama getting caught lying about spying and committing treason…real news instead of projection to hide truths about the crooked left trafficking humans for votes and entitlements.

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