Of course, Soglin, ever the partisan, blames President Trump and Gov. Scott Walker for the “difficult choices ahead” his city faces, as if Republicans demanded Madison pump untold hundreds of millions of dollars into failed progressive initiatives.
In an interview with the MacIver Institute’s Matt Kittle, state Sen. Dave Craig (R-Town of Vernon) said he wants the legislature to pass a bill creating a joint legislative committee to to investigate the abuses of the John Doe “investigation” targeting Wisconsin conservatives.
“As this report describes in detail, the systemic and pervasive mishandling of John Doe evidence likely resulted in circumstances allowing the Guardian leak in the first place, and now prevents prosecutors from proving criminal liability beyond a reasonable doubt,” the DOJ report said. “Moreover, DOJ is deeply concerned by what appears to have been the weaponization of GAB by partisans in furtherance of political goals, which permitted the vast collection of highly personal information from dozens of Wisconsin Republicans without even taking modest steps to secure this information.”
The fiscal bureau’s analysis also failed to take into account the broader impact of an economically transformational project, one that is expected to generate some 10,000 construction jobs, thousands more jobs supporting Foxconn and the region, and billions of dollars in secondary investment.