Some Democrats have alleged the closures, which caused days of gridlock in Fort Lee, N.J., were ordered by Christie's appointees because the local mayor declined to endorse the governor's re-election bid.
The New Yorker's cartoon, which was drawn by Christopher Weyant, features a monstrous lizard smashing the bridge along with the caption, "I heard he used to work for Christie."
Christie's top appointees at the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, which oversees the bridge, have said the lane closures were the result of a traffic study. The governor has repeatedly denied playing any role in the closures.
View the New Yorker's Christie cartoon below: