Jordahl said she is “disgusted with the alleged conservative” appointees of the state Ethics and Elections commissions who have come to the defense of agents who have clearly defied court and John Doe orders.
Hue told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he had forgotten about the Twitter exchange, and I had, too. But in the exchange, Hue takes the side of the John Doe investigators over Archer, which clearly indicates his bias in the matter. Hue also defends the release of the tape by the special prosecutor, which may indicate a bias about how he feels about leaks of information.
A Wisconsin Attorney General report on the year-long investigation into leaks of sealed John Doe court documents to a liberal British publication in September 2016 finds a rogue agency of partisan bureaucrats bent on a mission “to bring down the (Gov. Scott) Walker campaign and the Governor himself.”