David Wildstein, New Jersey governor Chris Christie's bud, was in the cross hairs yesterday before a panel of New Jersey legislators yesterday seeking to find the reason for the Ft. Lee/George Washington Bridge traffic jam scandal.
|Wildstein with his lawyer appearing before the New Jersey legislators yesterday|
I have to tell you folks folks I'm experiencing schadenfruede (a German word for "pleasure derived from the misfortune of others.") It's rare than a troll like Wildstein is dragged out from his dank and stinking normal habitat underneath his rock and exposed to all for the parasitic, evil monster that he is at his core.
Wildstein, whose main objective at his governor appointed job at the Port Authority seems to be to implement paybacks to those who didn't buckle under to the Christie bully and intimidation, pleaded the Fifth. Anybody surprised? I'm not. When these repugnant slime balls get caught, they either claim "I don't recall" as the Master Troll Karl Rove has done on numerous occasions.
This is what really bothers me about cretins like Wildstein and Rove, they collect these massive salaries ($150,000 for Wildstein) and do nothing productive. They are destructive. Their only goal is to acquire more power for their masters. They work behind the scenes, further degrading the American way of life for their own selfish aggrandizement of power and control.
Thus, when one of these reptilian creatures is caught, I am enjoying seeing them squirm. Alas, my schadenfruede is only temporary because these troglodytes, once the spot light is off of them, always end up with lots of money and a cushy lifestyle while the rest of us (honest and trustworthy and not evil) try to make ends meet while trying to fend off this evil in all aspects of our daily lives.
I try to avoid posting negative posts like this folks but sometimes my rage needs an outlet. This is one of those times. Back to the nice stuff tomorrow…..maybe. In the meantime, watch your back because there are more "Wildsteins" out there working right now to undermine the good that is done by so many people.