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Tolerance — OR ELSE!
Get Out the Vote for Dan Kelly!
11:30 to 1 p.m. Saturday April 1 at Doubleday’s, 4586 Baxter Road, Cottage Grove.
Verdict first, case later
Judge Protasiewicz has publicly declared that she believes that former Gov. Scott Walker’s landmark 2011 collective-bargaining reform, known as Act 10, is unconstitutional. She admits she joined protests against the law and even signed a petition to recall then Gov. Walker.
In an interview last week with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Judge Protasiewicz was asked whether she would remove herself from cases challenging the law. “I’d have to think about it,” she said. “Given the fact that I marched, given the fact that I signed the recall petition, would I recuse myself? Maybe. Maybe. But I don’t know for sure.”
Maybe? How can anyone believe she’d be able to fairly judge a challenge to a law she has already reached a conclusion about?
The Democrat(ic) party is into Protasiewicz for $8 million plus $800,000 of in-kind donations. And Democrats have filtered $1 million from George Soros. The Republican party put only $450,000 in-kind to Daniel Kelly.
Arguably the 3 most successful Republican governors, both in governing and electoral politics, are DeSantis of Florida, Youngkin of Virginia, and Kemp of Georgia.
In the last year, Donald Trump has probably spent more time attacking them than he has attacking Joe Biden.
— Brad Smith (@CommishSmith) March 29, 2023
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