During Walkergate, everyone was anxiously waiting for Scott Walker to appear in court and be judged by a jury.
According to sources in the Milwaukee County Courthouse, there will be a sardonic twist to this. On Monday, Walker is supposed to report to the Milwaukee County Courthouse, not to face a jury, but rather to be on one.
But then I wondered what sort of jury he could sit on. Since any defendant has the right to be judged by a jury of their peers, that would mean that said defendant would have to be one of the most underhanded, overreaching, conniving, greedy, heartless, deceitful, manipulative, opportunistic, thieving, lying, hypocritical weasels that ever lived in Milwaukee County.
I could think of only one person that met that description, but he's not facing any charges. Not yet anyway.
But even though neither Walker nor his protege, Milwaukee County Emperor Chris Abele are going to be in court together, I have a feeling they'll be still hanging out together in the emperor's suite.
After all, you can't expect either of them to be associating with the riff raff of common folk. And besides, it looks like Abele is going to have need for that secret router now, so Walker will need to give him tips on where to hide it.