Monday, June 25, 2018

Walker says he only comments on issues effecting WI. Oh, really?

Walker is right. It's not like he's intimidated by Trump or wants to risk this week's fund-raising/Foxconn extravaganza.

The Guv is silent on immigrant kids being seized because, as says, he never comments on anything that doesn't directly effect Wisconsin.

There must be another Scott Walker on Twitter putting up stuff like this:

  1.  @ScottWalker Apr 9
    Remembering when I visited Winston Churchill’s grave – a great leader.

It’s about time! Glad to see the stopping the disrespect of our flag and those who have fought to defend our country.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Don't forget -- he abandoned us, breaking his promise to serve his full-term when re-elected in 2014, to ride around America on his motorcyle making a fool of himself. His Democratic opposition needs to call him out on this. He left us, while entirely on Wisconsin taxpayer's dime, because he claimed god told him to.

Unbelievably, he was the republican front runner, but this was a direct result of the years of pro-Walker propaganda across Wisconsin and certain right-wing media outlets. He believed he was a rock star, bumping knuckles and swilling cheap beer (and not picking up after himself!). He thought he could get a Philly Cheesesteak and be a local hero. Instead, he showed everyone out east that he is a inconsiderate slob (budging his way in front of others in line) and leaving a mess at his table.

He ended up spending $90,000 per day, crashing and burning with literally zero support after leading the pack. This remarkable failure took only 70 days and it created campaign debt that took Walker a year to pay off. None of the had anything to do with Wisconsin.

Walker has no credibility on anything he says, but he is propped up by Wisconsin's right-wing media echo chamber. It is shameful that these same propaganda shills repeat the lie that he only comments on issues effecting Wisconsin.

He spent 90 days pretending to be a national leader and not showing up to work in Wisconsin. He proclaimed that we needed to build a wall between the U.S. and Canada!

The media that is reporting this as nooooze has just proven themselves to be corporate shills.