By Jeff Simpson
For the Comic book geeks out there, you know that the way that the Marvel Universe has used to explain anomalies in the timelines of trying to keep so many stories going, is by using alternate realities. The vast majority of their stories take place in EARTH 616. It is their way of having continuity amongst their stories. When they want to tell stories that have no basis in their current reality they use alternate universes.
Well our friends on the right have joined in and created their own version of reality, which can only be described as Earth - 420.
This from Scott Walker's new ghostwritten book (H/T Barbara With):
“As we prepared to leave, the state troopers saw that the protesters had physically blocked the entrance we had used to come onto the property. So they turned the squad car around and headed toward the other exit. We watched in disbelief as the throng of people rushed toward the second exit to block our path,” writes Walker, a potential 2016 presidential candidate.
“As we tried to pull out, they surrounded the car and began beating on the windows and rocking the vehicle. Just as we extricated ourselves from their grip, a truck pulled up and blocked our path, playing a game of chicken with the troopers. They turned the lights and sirens on warning them to get out of the way. Eventually he backed up, and we sped off,” he continued.
Now some think he might be referring to an event he held in Hudson, WI:
I have also heard he might be referring to a protest at Devil's Lake:
Scott Walker has been desperately trying to repaint the picture of the incredibly peaceful protests as being violent and ugly. It will not work.
The reality is the vast majority of violence and ugliness came from the right. Who will ever forget this gem?
Murphy: Bring a baseball bat. That’s what I’ddo.
Walker: I have one in my office; you’d be happy with that. I got a Slugger with my name on it.
Murphy: Right, right. Well, we’ll back you any way we can. But, uh, what we were thinking about the crowds was, uh, was planting some troublemakers.
Walker: You know, the, well, the only problem with that — because we thought about that. The problem — the, my only gut reaction to that is right now the lawmakers I’ve talked to have just completely had it with them, the public is not really fond of this. The teachers union did some polling of focus groups, I think, and found out that the public turned on ’em the minute they closed school down for a couple days. The guys we’ve got left are largely from out of state, and I keep dismissing it in all my press conferences saying, ‘Eh, they’re mostly from out of state.’ My only fear would be is if there was a ruckus caused is that that would scare the public into thinking maybe the governor has gotta settle to avoid all these problems. You know, whereas, I’ve said, ‘Hey, you know, we can handle this, people can protest. This is Madison, you know, full of the ’60s liberals. Let ’em protest.’ It’s not gonna affect us. And as long as we go back to our homes and the majority of the people are telling us we’re doing the right thing, let ’em protest all they want. Um, so that’s my gut reaction, is that I think it’s actually good if they’re constant, they’re noisy, but they’re quiet, nothing happens, ’cause sooner or later the media stops finding ’em interesting.
Or the first time he explained his whole Governing strategy and philosophy on video: