Chris Christie had quite the busy Sunday morning. First the New Jersey governor appeared on CBS's Face the Nation to blast President Barack Obama for his support of Black Lives Matter because, Christie said, it supports the killing of police officers.

When the host challenged Christie's assertion by saying "they're not calling for the murder of police officers," Christie responded: 

"Sure, they are. They've been chanting in the streets for the murder of police officers. ... That's what the movement is creating. And the president of the United States is justifying that, but not only that, he hasn't backed up police officers from the minute he's gotten into office. And we can cite instance after instance."

A little while later, in perhaps one of the best examples of karma we've seen all week, Christie and his McDonald's strawberry smoothie were kicked out of an Amtrak "quiet car" after almost missing the train from D.C. to New York. 

As a witness told Gawker, the governor was shouting into his phone “this is frickin’ ridiculous” and “seriously?! seriously?!” in the car that's reserved for peaceful riders.

"He got on last minute yelling at his two secret service agents I think because of a seat mixup, sat down and immediately started making phone calls on the quiet car. After about 10 minutes the conductor asked him to stop or go to another car. He got up and walked out again yelling at his secret service. He was drinking a McDonald’s strawberry smoothie."

Christie, like all Republican candidates who aren't named Trump or Carson, is not doing well in the Iowa polls. He's currently at something like 2 percent.