Walker abruptly cancelled his keynote speech in a desperate attempt to resuscitate his dying pretender campaign.…
Wisconsin's idiot Walker was the highly touted keynote speaker for the California Republican coven in Anaheim that runs from September 18th to the 20th, but on Friday, Walker abruptly cancelled his speech in a desperate attempt to resuscitate his dying pretender campaign. The Wisconsin idiot gave his surprise one week’s cancellation notice, because he instead plans to spend the weekend in Iowa and South Carolina, two early primary states where he is lagging badly in the polls.
Walker, who was considered the favorite to win Iowa as recently as July, has plummeted to 10th place in the state according to a recent Quinnipiac Poll, where he managed a meager 3 percent of the Republican cabal vote. He isn’t doing any better in South Carolina, where a recent PPP poll has him garnering just 3 percent of the Republican primary vote there.
The news of Walker’s speech cancellation was drowned out by September 11th retrospectives and the departure of Texas' idiot Perry from the pretender race on Friday. However, Walker’s plight is perhaps far more embarrassing than Perry’s, because Walker, unlike Perry, was considered a legitimate contender for the Republican nomination from the moment he entered the race.
Instead of catching fire, however, the Koch brothers’ favorite candidate has tanked in the polls, putting himself in the same general company as pathetic non-candidates like Graham and Santorum. As Walker has nose-dived, political neophytes like Trump and Carson have taken the Republican race by storm.
Walker is trying to carry the mantle of the political outsider who will “wreak havoc on Washington”, but too many Republican voters now see him as a government insider who has wreaked havoc on Wisconsin. Republican cabal voters are demanding the kind of havoc Trump promises, not the watered down chaos offered by a man who has spent the last 22 years holding government positions as an elected politician.
While Walker hopes to reinvent himself and revitalize his failing pretender campaign by cancelling his Anaheim speaking gig, instead he merely reminds Republican donors and strategists that his campaign is barely alive. Rather than strengthening his image, this move is likely to backfire by highlighting the sorry shape Walker’s campaign is in.
Donors and supporters might be ready to pull the plug soon, to take Walker and his supporters out of their political misery. Until they decide to do so, voters in South Carolina and Iowa can look forward to a visit from Walker, where they can bear witness to what a dying political campaign looks like when it is trying desperately to still show signs of life.