Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie made a forceful and forceful defense of his comments about his use of a racial slur during a speech at a Republican Party dinner in December.
It was an attack on the Black Lives Matter movement and, in particular, the movement of African-Americans and Latinos.
As an example of the kind of racism that can occur at the dinner, Christie said that he didn’t “care if you’re a woman, black or white, in this room.”
It’s a bit of a stretch, but that’s how Christie spoke.
He didn’t actually say “woman” or “black” in a racist way, but he used a racial epithet that, in the words of the NAACP, is a racial stereotype.
The NAACP’s report says that the governor’s remarks were “incendiary” and “racist,” and it called on him to apologize and retract his remarks.
The governor was criticized for making those remarks.
Christie’s comments, which have since been deleted from his Facebook page, have also been widely criticized as insensitive and even offensive.
He apologized in December after an angry mob outside of the New Jersey Statehouse erupted when a video of him made the rounds online, calling Black Lives Matters protesters “terrorists.”
It was the latest in a string of racially charged statements and incidents in which the governor has been involved.
Christie has also been criticized for not doing more to police and protect minority communities.
He’s a Republican who’s won re-election this year.
He has said he doesn’t care what happens to the Black Panthers or other Black Lives matters groups.
His administration has also struggled to combat the rise of so-called “alt-right” groups.
A New York Times/CBS News poll released in December found that 56 percent of respondents said they did not know enough about the alt-right movement to know whether it was a “hate group,” but only 35 percent said they were “very” concerned.
The movement, which has embraced a “white ethno-state” vision, is based on white supremacy and white nationalism.
Trump has denounced the alt.right, saying it is “very dangerous.”
Christie has been in office for less than three months, but his remarks have become a national conversation, with many commentators calling for him to resign or for his office to be investigated for possible wrongdoing.