Right on cue: Document dump fuels anti-Walker donation drive
Not long after news broke of a court-ordered records release related to the politically charged John Doe investigation, wouldn’t you know it: The Democratic Party of Wisconsin had its hand out looking for campaign contributions.
Shortly after Thursday’s massive document dump, the mouth of the Wisconsin left, DPW chairman Mike Tate, was begging for donations to “Stop Walker from buying this election.”
The cover charge to the party: $5, $35, $50, $100.
Yep, Democrats are trying to make political hay on the unsealed court documents tied to a federal lawsuit against the prosecutors of the secret investigation into dozens of conservative groups.
The fundraising appeal says the newly released documents show prosecutors targeting Gov. Scott Walker “due to his involvement in a nationwide criminal scheme to coordinate with outside groups in an attempt to buy the recall election of 2012.”