Scott Walker has a long and celebrated history of standing up to and winning against public sector unions in the Wisconsin State Capitol, helping position him as a GOP front-runner for the White House in 2016. Unable to better Walker through official channels, a union-led mob today gathered in front of Walker’s parents’ private home in Wauwatosa.
Wauwatosa Now reports that more than 100 protesters gathered in front of the home.
Shouting through a megaphone, Wisconsin Jobs Now Director Jennifer Epps-Addison said although some might call it “invasive” to go to the governor’s home, she said Walker’s proposed cuts were invading their own homes.
“He brought budget cuts to all our houses, and today we brought it to his,” Epps-Addison said.
There does seem to be some substantial intimidation at work.