Things like bars, movie theaters, concerts… you name it…– all the "super spreaders" you can imagine are open right now in Wisconsin. And the result is inevitable– in a couple of weeks we'll be worse off than we were a month ago. https://t.co/7KwHWSwwWj — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) May 14, 2020 …
In a 4-3 ruling the State Supreme Court found the Emergency Orders issued by Secretary Palm as unlawful, invalid and unenforceable. The result of this decision is business can open immediately. Please follow the WEDC guidelines you can find on the TLW website. — Tavern League of Wisconsin (@tavernleaguewi) May 13, 2020 …
Amazing. Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce is asking Congress for access to taxpayer-funded "small business" grants. The lobbying group is insisting that it is struggling just after its dark money arm dropped nearly $1M on the WI Supreme Court race. https://t.co/68Tudv9Evm pic.twitter.com/GYqFkfIVu1 — Brendan Fischer (@brendan_fischer) May 6, 2020
More deaths, no benefit from malaria drug in VA virus study #coronavirus #FirstDoNoHarm https://t.co/PwsGKJV811 pic.twitter.com/tc9jmG6hFH — John Adams (@DailyAdams) April 21, 2020
All you self-entitled children need to remember that your protests will spread this thing further, cost more lives, and add more head aches to our already over-stressed doctors and nurses. https://t.co/Nzi4pcrmtn — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) April 18, 2020
Liberty University, which partly reopened its campus amid the coronavirus pandemic, confirmed they now have almost a dozen students sick with potential COVID-19 symptoms https://t.co/X3RmC2zpJd — The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) March 29, 2020
The ass-covering is going to pick up from the WisGOPs and local yokels that designed and signed off on this scam.
From The White House’s official transcript:
This is just the beginning. This is one of the largest plants in the world. And when you think in terms of 20 million feet — if you build in Manhattan a million-foot building, that’s a very big building. They don’t get much bigger. And here you’re talking about more. Think of it: more than 20 million feet. And that’s probably going to be a minimal number.
So I’m thrilled to be here in the Badger State with the hardworking men and women of Foxconn working with you. Moments ago, we broke ground on a plant that will provide jobs for much more than 13,000 Wisconsin workers. (Applause.) Really something. Really something. Thank you, fellas.
When will WEDC drop that fatally self-mocking “WisConn” bad label?
Give that rent-seeking corporation a small check to have them go away, and stop the bleeding before they take a lot more from Wisconsinites in future years.