Union Thugs Start Protests at Home Where Gov. Scott Walker’s Parents Live

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

Wisconsin’s Republican Governor Scott Walker has beaten the state’s unions three times in elections, recalls, and more elections. But the union thugs aren’t done attacking yet. They are now going so far as to harass Governor Walker’s elderly parents by unloading a bus of union toughs to protest outside the home in which they live.

On Monday evening, Walker’s son Alex tweeted that for some inexplicable reason, the union harassers unloaded buses where his grandparents live and targeted them for picketing.

Naturally, the media reported the incident as if the protests were in front of the home where the governor lives, when the picketing was actually in front of the home where his elderly parents live. Walker’s other son Matt had to correct the record with a tweet to the Journal Sentinel.

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