Washington Examiner

WASHINGTON, D.C (Washington Examiner) – In a New York Times op-ed, Governor Scott Walker called on his fellow Republicans to face potential protesters with confidence, using his experiences in Wisconsin as a case study to prove the merits of standing strong in the face of organized opposition.

Recalling the massive demonstrations that followed his proposal of Act 10 in 2011, Walker wrote, “100,000 protesters descended on the Capitol, while others protested at the executive residence and even my house. Despite the intimidation, we stood strong in our fight for taxpayers.”

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