Monday, November 7, 2016

Scott Walker's Donald Trump endorsement, Day 110

While other Republicans have withdrawn their Donald Trump presidential endorsements based on his words and deeds, Wisconsin GOP Governor Scott Walker has not
Walker made his endorsement on July 20 - - "absolutely," he saidone hundred and 110 days ago.  And counting.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial board never took Walker to task for that support. It called on Paul Ryan and other unnamed GOP leaders to withdraw those endorsements, but never mentioned Walker by name.

It looks like Walker will hit Day 111 without ever being held accountable by the state's largest paper.
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Anonymous said...

If Trump wins Wisconsin Walker will take a position in the Trump administration in D.C.

I'm voting Trump.

Anonymous said...

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel take "walker to task" -- BWAH HA HA HA HA HA!

Stop it -- you're killin' me -- BWAH HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

They endorsed this turd throughout his fraudulent career on the public teat. They created our divide-and-conquer governor. They are actively setting him up for 2020, but this time as part of a national disinformation network (Gannett/USA Today).

Holding Scott Walker accountable? MJS? The same folks that tell us the stinky republican economy with the worst business start-ups and largest middle-class income free-falls in the U.S. smells like roses?


Anonymous said...

Anon 5:29

That's the same mindset that catapulted this Koch fiend from Milwaukee County to the Governor's office. If I had a dollar for every time some Milwaukee Moron told me he voted for Walker in 2010 to get him out of office.

You ain't seen nothing till you promote Walker to the most powerful office in the world.

Anonymous said...


Scott Walker will never be POTUS. He's no Trump. Trump finished first. Walker dropped out first in the Primary. I've had enough of politicians and will vote for Trump to get Walker out of Wisconsin.

Anonymous said...

The smirking chimp was installed prez, so you are wrong about walker. Foolish people in Milwaukee County talked brashly like this and now are sorry for their foolishness in thinking that kicking him upstairs would make him go away.

Vote for whom you like - Walker could do even more damage as the secretary of labor though and GOP control of all branches of federal government.

Anonymous said...

You forgot, Tump isn't a politician and the Koch brothers don't own him. I get the distinct impression he's not in love with Wisconsin Republicians.