Home state newspaper casts doubt on Menendez during scandal

No matter how ugly this gets for Menendez, the left will never throw one of their own under the bus.  They don’t want to set a precedent.

And while we have now seen this covered for the first time in the NJ press, hundreds of journalists all over the country are no doubt huddling together and strategizing:  “Hmm, we have only two choices.  Do we cover this up, or simply ignore it?”

Oh well, there is a bright side:  We have the potential for a Republican governor to replace a Democratic senator.  Oh … wait … that would be Krispy Kreme Christie … the same governor who’s been sucking up to Obama for several months.  Uh, oh.  This is the Republican governor who appointed four Muslims with ties to radical Islam to a panel that was looking into why the NYPD was spying on New Jersey mosques.  This is the Republican who nominated an extremist Muslim (redundant phrase), Sohail Mohammed, lawyer to assorted Islamic terrorists, to a Passaic County Superior Judgeship (Passaic, NJ, where more Muslims openly cheered the 9/11 attacks than any other city in America, perhaps with the exception of Dearbornistan).  So, sure … I’m REAL confident that if he has the chance, he’ll pick a winner to replace Menendez.

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