Chris Christie Just Got lLoudly Booed Off The Stage – Watch The Moment

During the fourth Republican primary debate, former New Jersey Governor Christ Christie used the event as an opportunity to attack former President Donald Trump. How ever, the audience at the debate made it very apparent that they were not pleased with Christie’s sIights toward Trump as they ruthlessly booed him.

Christie opened his anti-Trump statement, claiming the former Republican president will be a convicted felon by the time the 2024 election occurs. While Trump faces several tense legal battIes ahead of the election, he remains undeterred, promising voters that he will reclaim the White House from Joe Biden despite the litigation.

I want you all to kind of picture in your mind. So election day, you all be heading to the polls to vote. And that’s something that Donald Trump will not be able to do. Because he will be convicted of felonies before then. And his right to vote will be taken away, Christie said.

Following this claim, the audience loudly booed the former governor, forcing Christie to defend his statement. The primary candidate, who barely qualified for the latest debate, claimed the crowd was denying reality by continuing to support Trump.
Watch the booing here:


You know, here’s the bottom line, you could go about it all you like and continue to deny reality. But if we deny reality as a party, we’re gonna have four more years of Joe Biden. When I my colleagues here raised their hands and said they would support him even if he was a convicted felon, he continued.

According to Christie, supporting Trump entails the confirmation of “lies” while demonstrating timidity toward challenging Trump. He suggested that foreign adversaries and domestic criminals alike would be emboldened by such a “failure of leadership.”

The bigger probIem with it is that we’re confirming the lies he’s told to the American people. If you’re too timid to take on Trump, believe me. Others will get we’ll see that timidity Xi, Putin and the Ayatollah.

The border crossers on the southern border, and the criminals in our streets. They’ll sense that timidity and they’ll take advantage of that failure of leader ship. We need to get back to an old American idea that every person is responsible for their own conduct, even a president I’ll be the kind of President who has to humility that knows that you work for the people. It’s not the other way around. I will earn your trust. I want to earn your vote, Christie said.

Chris Christie also made headlines following the latest Republican primary debate after an intense feud unfolded between him and Vivek Ramaswamy. The conservative businessman, Ramaswamy, challenged Christie’s ability to lead the country on the global stage suggesting that he should “get the hell out of the race.”