… and yet he’ll probably “win” the recall election anyway.
(And when he does, will my friend John Nichols, or any Democrat, ask whether Walker really won?)
House Members Seek Answers From Scott Walker Amid New Evidence of Lying to Congress
John Nichols on May 25, 2012 – 4:57 PM ET
There is no longer any question that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s sworn testimony before Congress has been contradicted by videotaped evidence of the controversial governor discussing with his top campaign donor a “divide and conquer” political scheme to undermine organized labor and make Wisconsin “a completely red state.”
Now, however, there is new evidence to suggest that Walker’s testimony to Congress about when he began preparing his anti-labor legislation—which sparked mass demonstrations and a recall movement that will culminate with a June 5 vote on whether to recall the governor—was not truthful.
The growing controversy over the governor’s testimony led three veteran members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee—who had previously contacted committee chairman Darrell Issa with their concerns—to write Walker directly on Friday.