With the question, why was Dawn Zimmer told what she had to do, but Mayor Sokolich says he wasn't, he's confused, doesn't know why but still knew enough to ask for the assurance his city wouldn't suffer any more reprisals;
And the question of Maddow, no one knows why;
And the revelation, in an off hand way, not like a real story but yeah, that's true, that General Samson, that's what he likes to be called, the General, was the firm for the one's that were to finance it;
So it wasn't that they didn't give his client the business, but;
That meeting was Friday;
And, the lanes didn't stay closed Friday;
And The General is said to be ready to punish a certain fellow Port Authority guy on the other side of the river because the lanes opened up too soon;
So the lanes opening too soon was the big deal to the General;
Isn't it obvious?
The General wanted a better deal for his client? And they could use the lanes being closed as a way to say the project is worth less, and all very last moment, and lots is on the line if the contract isn't signed then and there, and Mayor Sokolich hasn't gotten to the bottom of it yet, so he can't promise that it won't happen again;
He'd have to have given them a better deal?
And isn't that the tie in to Hoboken? They could have done the development with her, she wanted it, just not that way, that cheap, that disconnected to the needs of Hoboken, but the General wanted a better deal for his client?
Then of course they wouldn't tell ahead of time, this wasn't a warning situation, give me a good deal or your city sinks in the next big storm, it was a setting up a trap situation, some kind of squeeze sort of thing, not a shake down, even creepier.
This is all speculative.
Did I get it?