The media has not yet come to learn that Scott Walker is driven by his loyal opposition. Everything they do, Scott Walker gobbles up like he’s collecting the souls of the faithful departed. And with each passing “scandal,” Scott Walker only grows stronger. Their anger, their fear, their aggression. They are mother’s milk to the second term Wisconsin governor.
Unable to pin on him the ludicrous claim that he believes teachers unions and ISIS are one and the same – based on a throwaway comment he made, it seemed, specifically to draw media ire – the local media in Wisconsin have turned to more pressing, nearby matters, such as why Scott Walker’s spokeswomen are just so darned hot.
Isthmus, an alternative weekly newspaper out of Madison, raised the allegation in Tell All, a regular advice column.
“Dear Tell All,” troubled reader Kate Mallet wrote, “I can’t help noticing that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker picks beautiful young women to be the spokespeople for his administration and his campaigns.”
Mallet mentions four dazzling, alluring spokeswomen currently or previously employed by Walker: Laurel Patrick, Alleigh Marré, Jocelyn Webster and Ciara Matthews.
“It reminds me of Fox News, which uses super-sexy women as on-air talent rather than a normal range of women who just happen to be good journalists,” Mallet murmurs. “As with Fox, it’s hard to believe that the most talented females available to fill Walker’s frontline jobs also look like models.”
Of course, all talented female journalists are supposed to look like trolls. Or, better yet, Rachel Maddow.
Mallet went on to complain that Scott Walker is sending a terrible message to Wisconsin’s young women: that they can be both beautiful and adept at navigating the landscape of political communications, that they may pride themselves on their looks and achieve an important status in an influential gubernatorial administration. While I’m sure that Ms. Mallet is of the opinion that most women should forgo makeup and a relevant education and instead perfect their ability to construct a woman-sized birth control packet costume, I’m sure many of Wisconsin’s young women see it differently.
Thankfully, “Tell All” responds to Ms. Mallet by telling her to focus less on how attractive his female staffers are and more on how Scott Walker is personally destroying the lives of millions of other Wisconsin women by other means. Because, obviously.
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