Scott Walker, who is having a very bad week already, appeared on Faux Newz with Megyn Kelly, and ripped into Hillary Clinton:
Although he doesn't plan on going after any of his fellow GOP contenders, Walker did have some words for Hillary Clinton.
"Everywhere in the world that Hillary Clinton has touched is worse off today than it was before she and the president took office," Walker said.
"In light of these recent emails, I'd love to point out that she'd be a pretty good deceiver-in-chief, certainly not someone you could trust to be the commander-in-chief."
But what causes one to have a spit take is where Walker goes after Hillary about her emails, saying that she would make "a pretty good deceiver-in-chief."
That much hypocrisy can be fatal to some people.
Now, Walker has had more than his fair share of email-related scandals*, which has led to him being the subject of not just one, but two, John Doe investigations into his illegal politicking. These investigations led to the convictions of six people before the Wisconsin Supreme Corrupt Court stopped them.
Ironically, it was Walker who had caused the investigations to begin when he was trying to stonewall another investigation into the theft of money from a veterans fund.
And if that wasn't enough deception for the gentle reader, don't forget that Walker also tried to cover his tracks by gutting open records laws - and then lied about his involvement in this failed (for now) attempt.
If that wasn't sufficient to prove Walker's hypocrisy and his own mastery of deception, one just needs to think about how he has continuously flip flopped on issues such as workers rights, abortion and immigration. It has gotten to the point that Walker doesn't even know anymore where he stands on many of these issues.
Hell, just the fact that Walker was able to make those comments with a straight face shows how deceptive and narcissistic he really is.
*I still have no less than six flash drives full of tens and tens of thousands of pages of emails from the original investigation sitting on my desk.