RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson joined Steve Scaffidi on WTMJ on Monday to discuss state Sen. Lena Taylor (D-Milwaukee) calling a bank teller a “house n—-r” in an incident on Friday.
“I think she might apologize,” said Wigderson. “I would expect her to apologize just to try to get this issue off the table. I don’t think she’ll resign, and I also don’t think her constituents will hold her accountable for it.”
(After saying she was going to issue a statement, Taylor has hired an attorney instead, Vince Bobot. Meanwhile, the rest of the Democratic Party has gone silent on the matter.)
They also discussed what’s changed in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate now that Eric Hovde has declined to run and what type of political environment is confronting the governor running for re-election.