Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker spoke out with the obvious that liberals fail to understand concerning the high-profile shootings in the nation this week. he told the truth when he said the problem is not firearms, but the people.
Gov. Scott Walker said guns were not the issue in this week’s high-profile shootings in Milwaukee and near Wausau.
Four people, including a police officer, were killed Wednesday just outside Wausau. Law enforcement have said it was a domestic incident. In Milwaukee, a city housing inspector died Wednesday afternoon, during what police say was an attempted carjacking.
“I think the problem in both those cases isn’t about the firearm. It’s ultimately about crime, or in the case of north central Wisconsin, it was a domestic dispute,” Walker said Friday morning in Milwaukee when asked if he’d support a gun control bill in the state Legislature this spring.