This week on the Steve Scaffidi Show on WTMJ, RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson talked about how Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers is the Democratic candidate that Governor Scott Walker wanted to run against.
“Tony Evers is definitely the weakest of the Democratic candidates because he has a record of not doing anything that he should be doing as Superintendent of Schools,” Wigderson said. “They’re going to hammer him. They’re going to start hammering him on his inability to take away a teacher’s license that was viewing pornography in the classroom.”
Wigderson also pointed out Evers’ mistake in entertaining the idea of raising the gas tax $1 per gallon.
“Tony Evers stumbled right out of the block when he got asked about gas taxes and he said everything’s on the table when they threw the figure of a dollar at him,” Wigderson said. “His campaign later tried to backtrack on it, but when Tony Evers says sure, a dollar per gallon is on the table, that’s going to haunt him between now and November.”
Wigderson and Scaffidi also talked about the Nicholson-Vukmir race, the coming Vukmir-Baldwin race, Baldwin’s disingenuousness on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Republican voter enthusiasm, and the Celebrity Apprentice White House.