There were certainly a lot of losers on Super Tuesday, as billionaire Donald Trump celebrated seven major victories while Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Marco Rubio only won three and one state respectively — but New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who isn't even in the race anymore, was perhaps the biggest.
Actually, to be fair, it seems as though there was some debate whether Christie's performance Tuesday — which included him looking puzzled at times standing behind GOP frontman Trump — was actually a triumph. Time wrote an article about a single Vine loop which zooms in on Christie's seemingly confused face, titled "This Vine of Chris Christie Is the Real Winner of Super Tuesday."
Christie's been having a no good, very bad campaign trail experience even after dropping out of the Republican race to the White House last month. Six New Jersey newspapers have called on the governor to resign after his Trump endorsement.
"We're fed up with Gov. Chris Christie's arrogance," an Asbury Park Press editorial read. "We're fed up with his opportunism. We're fed up with his hypocrisy. We're fed up with his sarcasm. We're fed up with his long neglect of the state to pursue his own selfish agenda. We're disgusted with his endorsement of Donald Trump after he spent months on the campaign trail trashing him, calling him unqualified by temperament and experience to be president."
"Chris Christie is an object lesson," one Twitter user wrote. "If you support Trump you don't become his ally, you become his minion. Try to avoid Christie's fate."
Apparently, many other people felt the same way.
"I hope some day Chris Christie finds his forever-home," one user wrote. So do we, for Christie's sake. So do we.