Protesters March On Scott Walker's Parents Home For Some Reason - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Protesters March On Scott Walker’s Parents Home For Some Reason

Yesterday, a group of Wisconsin “college students” (and paid union activists) who should have been studying, celebrated Presidents Day by marching on Scott Walker’s Wisconsin home, while shouting a bunch of slogans they must have picked up from their Vietnam Era professors and holding signs demanding that their four-year universities receive more public funding because they simply cannot afford to finance their Native People Gender Studies degrees all on their own.

The rousing group of 100 marched around for hours in the cold, presumably to convince Gov. Walker, by shouting at him, that they deserved more money to fund teachers, so that they could pay dues to their union, so that the union could continue to spend money marching around for hours in the cold shouting for more money. 

Rallying against Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed state budget, more than 100 protesters gathered outside of his Wauwatosa home from about 5:10 to 5:25 p.m. Monday.

Repeating many of the chants heard at the State Capitol when Walker instituted Act 10 in 2011, the winding line of protesters called out, “Hey hey, ho ho, Scott Walker’s got to go,” “The students united will never be defeated,” and “Students are not for sale,” as they circled outside Walker’s home on 68th Street.

The protesters started at Juneau Park Play Field, 6500 W. Mount Vernon Ave., at 4:30 p.m. As they walked toward 68th Street, Wauwatosa and Milwaukee police blocked off westbound Bluemound Road. At Walker’s house, police blocked northbound 68th Street while Wisconsin State Patrol officers were stationed in the driveway.

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.

The problem? They brought the budget cuts to Scott Walker’s parents house. And while I assume their parents are quite persuasive over their life choices, probably because every last one of the “protesters” is still living with their parents because being a professional antagonizer is barely a minimum wage job, I suspect Scott Walkers parents have little impact on his policy decisions. 


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