Mudslinging has started as is the custom with any election. The John Doe has been one of the issues Democrats have been hoping would pan out, and it looks like it won’t. The Friends of Scott Walker campaign is calling on Mary Burke, Madison School Board member and Democrat candidate for governor, to pull her slanderous campaign ad from the airwaves in light of a statement released today by the special prosecutor in the John Doe.
Burke’s ad, “June 20th,” uses defunct, inaccurate reporting in an effort to slander Governor Walker. Two judges have ruled that there is no case, and prosecutors have now stated clearly that Governor Walker was not a target of the investigation and also:
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“Mary Burke’s ad is slanderous at best and it should pulled from the airwaves immediately,” said Stephan Thompson, Friends of Scott Walker Campaign Manager. “Failure to remove this ad would be dishonest and misleading to Wisconsin voters by furthering baseless allegations and inaccurate reporting.”
In addition to calling on Mary Burke to remove her slanderous ad from the airwaves, the Walker campaign will be calling on television stations to remove Burke’s ad.
Burkes camp responded and said “Accusing respected news outlets and the Bureau of Labor Statistics of slander on the same day his latest ad was rated “False” would be laughable if it wasn’t so transparently political. Scott Walker may not like that he is alleged by prosecutors to be at the center of a nationwide criminal scheme that is the subject of an ongoing investigation or that on his watch Wisconsin is dead last, 10th out of 10 in the Midwest, on job creation – but the facts speak for themselves This ad will stay on the air.”