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Sunday, June 03, 2012

Wisconsin Recall Updates: Liberals Now Debunking Their Own Manufactured Stories

By Susan Duclos

[Final Update- June 6, 2012] Video- Governor Scott Walker's Recall Victory Speech and analysis, reactions from around the web.

Two days until the Wisconsin recall election where sitting Governor Scott Walker is being challenged by Tom Barrett and Walker is leading in the polls. Liberals are reeking of desperation and have breathlessly reported a story about accusing Walker of fathering a child , back in college, which was picked up by other liberals and has been debunked by one of the most far left liberal sites on the Internet today, with a warning to be "careful with stories like this that haven't been verified."

Wisconsin Citizens Media Co-op, produced the initial story, Daily Kos diarist Madmsf repeated it with a headline of "Breaking- Scott Walker got college girlfriend pregnant at Marquette U?," then Daily Kos diarist FishOutOfWater debunked the claims.... with Madmsf then adding updates after the story was debunked.

Daniel BiceJune 3, 2012 at 3:15 amReply 
I am getting a lot of emails because of this post. Two things: (1) I tracked down and talked to Dr. Gillick’s freshman-year roommate at MU yesterday, and she adamantly denies that Walker is the father of her child. Yes, she got pregnant as a first-year student, but she believes Dr. Gillick is mixing up stories; and (2) I Can Read CCAP has taken a family court suit involving Scott Alan Walker and mixed it up with the governor, Scott Kevin Walker.

The last minute desperation stinks to high heaven and includes not only this, but liberals attempting to intimidate voters,  and Barrett accusing Walker of "cooking the book" then the Department of Labor verifying Walker's job numbers, turning Barrett into a major liar.

Since the Wisconsin recall holds ramifications not just for Wisconsin but nationally as well, the level of desperation seen by these last minute hail Mary's on the part of liberals is understandable even while being overtly obvious.