This month we posted two TPC Scott Walker items that are worthy of your attention:
Those are just the tip of the Walker ethics iceberg. Sorry, did I say ethics? I meant ethic-less.
That second story was from yesterday. It was reported that possible violations may have occurred during the Wisconsin recall elections awhile back, and that a secret probe in five Wisconsin counties is underway. A special prosecutor is looking into possible campaign violations during the recall elections.
But this is a super duper ultra double secret probe, so for now, we have no further information.
Today Scotty Walker is refusing comment. Of course he is. Imagine that...Walker's being tight-lipped yet again on yet another probe into his sneaky little doings.
Walker would not say Monday during a stop at Beechwood Sales and Service in New Berlin whether he, his attorneys or any staff members have been contacted in the probe. His spokesman referred questions to Walker’s campaign, which did not respond to requests for comment from The Associated Press.
Wisconsin Democratic Party chairman Mike Tate said this in a written statement:
“The public has a right to know if their governor is a target of this criminal probe, if he’s provided testimony or if his actions spurred this probe.”
But true to form, Walker isn't talking.