He got a lot of sweet NRA money for letting every red-blooded man, woman, and toddler have a gun in Wisconsin – $815,660 from the NRA just to fight the recall. Got us conceal carry. And castle doctrine. And you no longer have to keep your AR-15 in a case in your vehicle. Remember how hard it was to shine deer from your ATV? (HA! I sound like I give a shit about the DNR. They’re done too!)
You know how they say teach a man to fish and..something, something .. something? Now they’re saying feed Walker a check and he’ll do everything but shine your brass. But then along comes ANOTHER mass shooting and another. He did GREAT with the Sikh shooting, remember? It was that turban he wore. But this Connecticut thing…
He got a quick briefing from the guys at the top – like we all do. This time they said talk about a violent crime that didn’t involve a gun. It’s just a new way to say, “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people”. Brilliant.
I personally brought up that China stabbing. Not good. None of those 22 kids died. (Damn). I got bad information. And it happened to Scott Walker, too. He made up a bow and arrow murder and got a big ‘pants on fire’.
Walker and the Wisconsin Republicans are truly despicable.
During the dispute outside the house, "the son shot an arrow at the father, but the arrow did not strike the father," Mack said. Instead, it hit a vehicle. Coenen was inside the house when authorities arrived. Initially, police weren’t certain that he was inside, so, as a precaution, they sent several officers to Clayton Elementary School, which is 2.5 miles away.
...Authorities determined that Coenen was in the house and were told by family members that there were a dozen firearms inside, but that the guns were locked in a gun cabinet. The SWAT team and crisis negotiators were called, and Coenen was arrested without incident at 1:22 p.m., Mack said.
...Trouble was, there wasn’t such a homicide. What’s more, while the incident was near a school (2.5 miles away) it didn’t have anything to do with the school. And the SWAT team was called because the suspect was holed up inside the house -- with potential access to guns.
Finally, Walker’s staff allowed his statement to go uncorrected for four days and only admitted that it was incorrect after being asked about it by PolitiFact. Pants on Fire.