NJ – Chris Christie – Appoints Sohail Mohammed, a Muslim to the States Supreme Court – CAIR approved!
Is this guy FOR the Islamization of America?
What is the deal?
This guy needs to GO
My comment on Creeping —
“What is wrong with him?Is he on the side of ISLAM?Did anyone ask him about his position on Islam?Maybe the TEA Party in NJ needs a rude awakening?Maybe they need to get the political correct cob webs out of their heads?”
Did Christie approve the firing?
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie and several of his top aides are on a list of those with direct information on the termination of a transit worker who publicly burned pages from the Quran on Sept. 11, it was disclosed Wednesday in a court proceeding.
Fired transit worker Derek Fenton wasn’t present for Wednesday’s scheduling conference in a Newark federal courtroom. A lawsuit filed on his behalf by the American Civil Liberties Union claims his firing violated his constitutional right to free expression.
Lawyers from the state attorney general’s office are representing Fenton’s former employer, the New Jersey Transit agency.
In a discussion of what documents would be made available as part of the suit, the AG’s office provided a list of employees in the governor’s office with information concerning the decision to discharge Fenton. Besides Christie, the list included his director of communications, his chief of staff and his chief counsel, among others.
Christie spokesman Michael Drewniak said he had no comment.
Deborah Jacobs, executive director of the ACLU in New Jersey, said she was surprised the Republican governor seemed to have direct involvement in a personnel matter.
“In this economy, you would think that New Jersey had better things to do with taxpayer dollars than defend this wrongheaded termination and violation of free speech,” she said. “Governor Christie, of all people, should know that.”
The attorneys handling the case on behalf of the ACLU, Rubin Sinins and Frank Corrado, were informed by attorney general’s office lawyers Alvin Ricardo Little and Kenneth Worton that 5,000 e-mails pertaining to Fenton’s termination were being reviewed to determine which of them would be considered executive privilege or attorney-client privilege or would be otherwise redacted.
in name only with deep ties to the Islamist Muslim community now pitted against the ACLU over a Koran burning. Pinch yourself.