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Walker's Convenient Case Of Amnesia

Walker shorter: John Doe? Moi? Really?
Walker's Convenient Case Of Amnesia

For months, Scott Walker has been attacking Hillary Clinton on her alleged email scandal, to the point of saying she would be a "deceiver in chief" if she were elected.

Meanwhile, he has totally ignored that he had been the subject of a John Doe investigation that revealed that while he was Milwaukee County Executive, he had a secret email system - including a secret router - that he and his staff used for illegal campaigning and fundraising.

Finally, after all this time, the mainstream media got around to asking him about his hypocrisy.

His response can be summarized as "That was then, this is now." However, this is just another lie, since his long time aide and ally, Cindy Archer, has made it current news again with her frivolous lawsuit.

But then he added this jaw-dropper:

Records filed this week in federal court revealed prosecutors were investigating Walker for misconduct in office over a proposed real estate deal when he was Milwaukee County executive.

Walker said Friday that he didn't know he was a target of the lengthy investigation until this week.

"The information they said, the paper they released was new to us," Walker said at a campaign stop the day after Thursday's GOP presidential debate. "We point out this is something that's been over for more than two years, and it's a done deal."

Wait, wut?!

So the millions of dollars that he raised and spent on his legal defense fund, the time he gave a disposition in front of the John Doe judge and all the questions and open records were done for the fun of it? When he asked for immunity and didn't get it, that meant nothing to him?

I know that Walker loves to play the plausible deniability routine to the hilt but someone better wake him up to the fact that that ship has sailed long ago.


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