The 7 Different Personalities Of A Bumbling Chris Christie (VIDEO)

To be blunt, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) can be an unapologetic bully. Need proof? Look no further than this video compilation put together by the Washington Post.

In fact, his mood swings seem to be so severe he should probably carry a Snickers bar wherever he goes, because they are reminiscent of the hungry commercials put out by the popular candy bar brand. No, that’s not a jab at his weight, but merely an observation of his attitude problem.

Here are the 7 moods of presidential candidate Chris Christie:

  • After a citizen brought up the fact that he sends his kids to private schools, but then cut public school funding, and that this isn’t fair to the children of New Jersey, Christie says, “It’s none of your business. I don’t ask you where you send your kids to school. Don’t bother me about where I send mine.” He completely missed the point about public school funding and instead focused on himself and got incredibly defensive.
  • He’s also very condescending and unapologetic when talking about how he approaches issues. He’s not exactly of the mindset that you can catch more flies with honey and instead covers everything he ever says in gallons of vinegar.
  • He also speaks to his citizens in a way that one would speak to an unruly teenager, and becomes easily outraged, like when he ordered people to get off the beach in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
  • Christie also speaks down to his citizens in a sarcastic tone, like when he openly mocked teachers for wanting better benefits.
  • Then, in pure Christie form, making everything about himself and not recognizing that people actually may want answers from their governor, he becomes indignant and refuses to acknowledge these questions exist.
  • He’s also notorious for playing the tough guy, as any bully would do, like when he gave his good riddance speech to the Nets.
  • Oh, but don’t worry, he’s not always an asshole, when you flatter him, or when something is being talked about that he agrees with he’ll turn into a comedian. In fact, the funny man will always take a moment to give self-praise and offer a good joke on his own behalf.

Chris Christie is a good old-fashion narcissistic politician who seems to be in politics to be a celebrity and noticeably wants nothing to do with the actual public servant aspect of his role. He wants to tell people what to do, and if you don’t agree with him, well, then that’s obviously your fault and you should curl into the fetal position and cry yourself to sleep.

This man should have no place in politics, let alone the Oval Office.

Video via YouTube/Featured image via flickr