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Scott Walker Employee Leaves His $208K Job And Destroys The Corrupt Governor In Scorching Letter

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Scott Walker Employee Leaves His $208K Job And Destroys The Corrupt Governor In Scorching Letter

A former top secretary for Republican Governor Scott Walker called out the governor on Thursday after stepping down from his high-paying job on Wednesday night, according to The Wisconsin State-Journal.

According to The Journal, Paul Jadin, the first CEO of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., left his $200,000 salary just to come forward about Walker’s ongoing corruption.

Jadin authored a letter that was co-signed by former Corrections Secretary Ed Wall and former Financial Institutions Secretary Peter Bildsten, where he slammed Walker for focusing solely on promoting his national political profile while ignoring the needs of taxpayers.

“It became clear that his focus was not on meeting his obligations to the public but to advancing his own political career at a tremendous cost to taxpayers and families,” the men wrote.

The blistering letter also accused Walker of “coverups” and “mischief.”

“Governor Walker has consistently eschewed sound management practices in favor of schemes or coverup and has routinely put his future ahead of the state.” the letter states. “The result is micromanagement, manipulation and mischief. We have all been witness to more than our share of this.”

The three former secretaries also endorsed Walker’s political opponent, Democratic State Superintendent Tony Evers.

The entire letter can be read HERE.

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