The Ed Show | November 22, 2011
>>> and in "psycho talk" tonight, scott walker media campaign continues across the street. the wisconsin governor went on fox and friends today and was welcomed with open arms by a brown nosing brian kilmead.
>> he took on collective bargaining and fixing the state budget and because of all that, scott walker , hence the unions are trying to force a recall election . how disappointing is it you have to worry about recall and not just worry about the state 's business?
>> governor walker, we always enjoy talking to you. it's not an easy thing you did. no one can question your leadership.
>> with those softball questions, walker felt more than comfortable lying through his teeth about why he's being recalled.
>> you've got a core group who are pushing a recall largely, let's be clear about it, largely the national unions are funding it because they don't like the fact i gave public employees the right to choose whether or not they want to be part of a union. that's what this boils down to.
>> that talking head right there, that governor from wisconsin is flat-out factually wrong. the reason he's been recalled is not because he gave employees the right to choose whether to join a union or not. walker is being recalled because he's more interested in his friendship with the koch brothers than helping the people of the state . walker destroyed collective bargaining rights for public employees, ignoring the massive public outcry against the bill. walker continued his attack on the middle class by cutting $1.6 "b" billion from public education in the state . the governor promised his union busting actions would create jobs. you hear that? he promised that these actions would create jobs. but last month ? wisconsin lost more jobs than any other state in union, we got that? they lost more jobs than any other state in the union. of course, i'm sure kilmead asked walker about that during the interview. gretchen carlson wanted him to.
>> the recall effort doesn't surprise governor walker. he feels as though people's lives are getting better in wisconsin and the economy is looking sal vant.
>> one thing i hope you ask him is how many jobs have been created in that state .
>> yeah. how many jobs have been created in that state . especially last month. see that? kilmead did not bring up the 9,700 jobs wisconsin lost in october. so who is fox news shilling for? with his record, governor walker's only shot at surviving a recall is to keep coming up with this sleazy, desperate "psycho talk."