Kenosha has seen enough violence.
Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) urged President Trump to go to Wisconsin after the death of Jacob Blake to calm the violence going on in Kenosha.
This comes in stark contrast to what the current Governor of Wisconsin said who was pleading with President Trump to not come.
According to Breitbart, Walker stated, “Well, I think the president should absolutely go to Kenosha, first and foremost, because I think people want to thank him. His leadership last week dramatically changed — in fact, after three nights of violence and, sadly, two deaths, we finally saw local and state leaders responding to the president’s… offer, I should say, for more you assistance. But not only that, I think it’s really important when you think about so many of the businesses that were boarded up and some that were even burnt down early in the week, I think it’s important for the president to hear from those employers and find out what the federal government can do to partner with local leaders there, both elected leaders, but more importantly, employers, to get this great community back up on its feet again and help improve it for everyone. The president can do just that.”
“It’s a perfect time to bring people together — business, community, civic leaders — to figure out what to do next to help Kenosha move forward,” he said.
You can watch a clip of Walker’s comments here.
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