The subpoenaed documents from the John Doe investigation include emails between Walker and top Republican strategist Karl Rove in which Walker extolls the value of R.J. Johnson, one of his advisors who also worked for the Wisconsin Club for Growth who is a target of the investigation of illegal coordination.
"Bottom-line: R.J. helps keep in place a team that is wildly successful in Wisconsin," Walker wrote to Rove in May 2011.Least believable statement of the day from least believable Wisconsin politician:
Walker said he hadn't seen the material and couldn't respond directly to the Rove email.Hadn't seen it? Couldn't response directly to the Rove email - - the smoking gun that ends months and months of cover-up.
Walker wrote it!