Stop the Music and Indict!
The judicial proceedings in John Doe have become a Milwaukee garbage can
From the time he was in his 20’s, he has survived through success at all of the things we despised as kids : playing to the wealthy (formerly apple shinning), manipulation of the message,(formerly lying) and cheating with elections (formerly criminal felony).
His unprecedented success at gaming the system and fraudulently winning the hearts and minds of enough people to stay in power has become an indictment of the system itself – campaigns are leveraged investments in false messaging, legislative rules are hammered and bent, elections are flipped and stolen.
Yet we find this same man, standing next to the empty chair of his manipulative and illegal tactics, and addressing a GOP convention of cheers and applause. Why the hero’s welcome? He “won” the Recall Election after smashing collective bargaining, squashing rapid rail, juggling unemployment figures, stone walling heath care, gerrymandering an illegal vote district map, suppressing the vote with a failed Voter ID law – yet his people stood and cheered before this “next best hope” for America – and I ask, “Why?”.
Stop the Music and Indict!
When a young Scott Walker was running for office at the U.W. Milwaukee he disposed of his opponents newspaper endorsements in the garbage can. Today, he is orchestrating his defense by enough frivolous arguments to fill a dumpster. He is playing the judicial system with the same symphony of obfuscation like the new Nero fiddling as Rome burns, and worse, he is getting away with it – again.
Dr. Glen Barry was a classmate of young Scott Walker at the U.W. Milwaukee
Dr. Glen Barry saved his harshest vitriol for what UW Election Eye has confirmed was a series of campaign violations ranging from premature distribution of literature, to the systematic disposal of school newspapers endorsing his opponents, to the removal of opponents’ campaign signs that multiple sources told me this week was common knowledge on campus.
“Thus began [Walker’s] 25-year record of bullying to get what he wants … at the expense of others — all for personal self-aggrandizement and without an ounce of either personal or political virtue,” Barry said.
and I ask – “Why?”
Ray- just rhymes with delay
The District I Appeals Court declined to consider Rindfleisch’s challenge of a pretrial ruling by Milwaukee County Circuit Judge David Hansher, who ruled July 3 that Rindfleisch’s 2002 immunity deal didn’t apply to future crimes.
Fa- the lengths to which he go
So, Walker the once and future king of Wisconsin, in direct denial of Einsteins theory of relativity, evokes the passage of time as irrelevant to his garbage can of deceit. To quote the Walker god, “There you go again”. This is exactly it. This is yet another in the long litany of, bought and paid for, manipulation that was so thunderously applauded at the GOP Convention. His expensive lawyers and their frivolous mocking of the court, are the most recent players in his consistent manipulation of message that has gotten him what he wanted time and time again since he was a university student.
Now, all that is needed to show the emperor and his new clothes for what they are is one little admission from any of the parties involved the operation of the secret e mail network that functioned within 30 feet of this County Executives office…and ashes, ashes, it all falls down.
The Reindfeisch trial is scheduled.
Judge Hansher ruled that the 2002 immunity deal didn’t apply “if she committed additional crimes in the future.” He denied an earlier, similar motion by Rindfleisch.
She is scheduled to go on trial Oct. 15. Rindfleish immunity denied
Wink’s sentencing was moved to Nov. 21 by Judge Daniel Konkol at the request of Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf. Wink’s cooperation is needed in the case of Timothy Russell, another former county official, and also in a Waukesha County case, Landgraf said
Wolff said Wink was eager to complete her case. She has continued working with the Republican Party of Milwaukee County, Wolff said.