What do @GovWalker and Jeffrey Dahmer have in common?—
Graeme Zielinski (@gjzielinski) March 01, 2013
After nearly three years, a secret investigation into alleged illegal campaign activity among Gov. Scott Walker’s former aides has closed. Walker has not been charged, and many Wisconsin liberals aren’t pleased:
Scott Walker is the Teflon Don, no question about it.—
Eyon Biddle Sr. (@BiddleisBold) March 01, 2013
Not surprised republicans think Scott Walker should be a presidential nominee. Corruption, child incitement, bilking $ from vets etc. winner—
Minx (@Minxified) March 01, 2013
Graeme Zielinski, who somehow landed the title of communications director for the Wisconsin Democratic Party, has a history of making sensational claims about Walker. Last year, he suggested that Walker defended criminals who commit “boy rape.” Today, he took it even further:
According to Zielinski’s Twitter bio, he’s a former writer for The Onion. Too bad today’s rant isn’t a parody.
Several Wisconsin Democrats are rightly condemning Zielinski’s remarks:
And Walker, for his part, doesn’t seem to be terribly bothered:
Update: Zielinski deleted his tweets and apologized to Gov. Walker and Dahmer’s victims.
My heartfelt apologies to the victims of Jeffrey Dahmer. Their pain is not something with which I should have trifled.—
Graeme Zielinski (@gjzielinski) March 02, 2013