We all know Scott Walker didn't tell the truth to the people of Wisconsin about his private plans for an ideological civil war.
But now there is never-before-seen footage of Walker talking to a Koch Brothers strategist that proves it.
In a shocking video uncovered by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Walker is caught red-handed discussing his intention to strip workers of their rights as part of a larger secret strategy to "divide and conquer" Wisconsin for his own political gain.
I need you to help us expose Scott Walker's bait and switch by clicking here to watch the video. After you watch, please share it with your friends and chip in with $5 towards our campaign to put Wisconsin first.
After Walker says "Oh yeah" to assaulting working, middle-class families, the Koch strategist in the video pledges to do whatever she can to help advance Walker's war.
She then made a $500,000 contribution to his campaign.
Walker's Wisconsin is a pay-to-play government where backroom deals are made, promises are broken, and the average Joe takes a pay cut while mega millionaires fund his right-wing extreme agenda and Wisconsin suffers.
That's not the Wisconsin I know and love.
There are only 25 days left to defeat Scott Walker. And with your help right now, I'll go to work to bring our state together and heal political wounds, instead of Walker's way of pitting people against each other and catering to special interests.
That's why I need you to watch the video uncovered by the Journal Sentinel, share it on your social networks and make a donation of $5 to help us return open, honest government to Wisconsin right now.
Walker has right-wing billionaires fueling his dishonest campaign. I have people like you standing up for what's right.
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