By Any Means Necessary

Well, isn’t this just lovely:

MILWAUKEE — Protesters crowded the street outside Messmer Preparatory School in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood as Governor Walker visited the school Friday to read to children.

The protests came just hours after someone vandalized the school ahead of the Governor’s visit.  

“Some of these folks super glued our front doors at the prep school,” said Br. Bob Smith, OFM, the president of Messmer Catholic Schools, about the school on the corner of North Fratney and East Burleigh Streets.

Such tactics should come as no surprise to anyone who’s been following (and in some cases channeling) the Left for as long as I have. Snarling viciousness has always been their default mode when their almost wholly imaginary “morality” — whence comes it? — is threatened by forces inimical. All their blather about “fairness” and “tolerance” needs to be seen for what it is: a smokescreen that hides their true feelings and masks their true anti-democratic intentions.

But wait! There’s more!

According to Br. Smith, one protester said ” ‘Get ready for a riot,’ because they were going to disrupt the visit.”

Br. Smith said that, in his opinion, the Republican governor’s visit to read to students there on Friday was not about political overtones connected to protests that have been happening all year in the state regarding the rollback of collective bargaining rights for many public workers.

“People ought to start acting like adults,” said Br. Smith.  

Somebody needs to remind the Wisconsin revanchists and irredentists still seething about their string of defeats that it’s for the children.

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