‘Your turn, Obama’: Heads roll under Gov. Christie, sit pretty under POTUS
Please, media. Whatever you do, don't point out that Obama hasn't fired ONE person related to any scandals in his admin.
— RB (@RBPundit) January 9, 2014
At his press conference this morning, Gov. Christie announced that he has fired deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly for her role in the “Bridgegate” scandal, effective immediately:
Christie calls his staffer "stupid" and "deceitful"
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) January 9, 2014
Dep. CoS was "terminated". Not given the chance to resign. Again, smart.
— Drew McCoy (@DrewMTips) January 9, 2014
Christie has also asked consultant Bill Stepien to withdraw his name from nomination for state party chairman, and he said that Stepien will not even be considered.
Christie campaign manager Bill Stepien won't be state party chair or work with RGA http://t.co/2VITDMfrbn
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlakeWP) January 9, 2014
Christie went on to say this: “If I cannot trust someone’s judgment, I cannot ask others to do so.” And tweeters can’t help but notice that they haven’t heard anything like that from President Obama. High-level officials who presided over corruption and scandal are still gainfully employed.
Firings after Chris Christie scandal: 1 – Firings after Barack Obama scandals: 0 – This is how an accountable leader speaks and acts
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) January 9, 2014
— CatsPolitics (@CatsPolitics) January 9, 2014
Christie's Stepien firing would be like Obama canning Plouffe.
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) January 9, 2014
Plouffe is still around, as are these two:
Remember that Eric Holder still has his job. So does Kathleen Sebelius.
— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) January 9, 2014
Hope President Obama’s taking notes:
Heads have rolled for lies in the Christie Administration. Your turn, President Obama.
— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) January 9, 2014
The MSM could learn from this as well:
To confused journalists, what @GovChristie is doing right now is called "leadership." Google it, then look at the White House & feel shame.
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) January 9, 2014