The Scott Walker Twitter and emails campaign has stumbled with some of its account activity, setting off a negative reaction most politicians hope to avoid like the plague.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed an abortion bill in to law favored by pro-life advocates, although he’s still opposing Obamacare last we heard.
It’s only in America that we give thanks for what we have one day and the next we’re tasing, shooting, and stabbing each other during Black Friday. Never mind the guy who left a baby in his car so he could go shopping. But it’s also only in America that our politicians are asking us to use our Christmas money to donate to their campaigns.
And, no, we’re not joking. Taylor Palmisano of Friends of Scott Walker wrote in the email:
“This year, we are celebrating the Holiday Season with a Black Friday special that is better than any deal found in stores. [H]elp give your children the gift of a Wisconsin that we can all be proud of. Donate $5, $10 or $25 to help Governor Walker get reelected and save your children from a future of double-digit tax increases and billion dollar budget deficits.”
Yeah, that’s not going to help Walker in his 2016 presidential election campaign…
And neither will Taylor Palmisano’s anti-Hispanic tweets from 2011. She said:
“I will choke that illegal mex cleaning in the library. Stop banging (expletive) chairs around and turn off your Walkman.”
“This bus is my worst (expletive) nightmare Nobody speaks English & these ppl dont know how 2 control their kids #only3morehours #illegalaliens.”
Scott Walker fired his deputy finance director after the Twitter gaffes came to light but they’re still wreaking havoc on his image:
“Taylor Palmisano has been immediately removed from her position with the Friends of Scott Walker campaign. Both the Governor, and the campaign, condemn these insulting remarks which do not reflect our views in any way.”
What do you think about Scott Walker possibly running for President in 2016?