Mar 8, 2016

Rebecca Bradley's 'Apology' Strains Credulity

One Wisconsin Now's report on the vile rants of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley has resulted in an apology from the candidate up for reelection on April 5.

No longer, Bradley says, does she regard AIDS victims as "degenerates," "abnormal" people who "kill themselves" and deserve no "compassion" and "sympathy."

Now Bradley after One Wisconsin Now's report, says her writings are "not reflective of my worldview."
Bradley was appointed by Scott Walker three times in three years, the same Walker who surrounds himself with anti-Semitic, homophobic, repellent individuals cut from the same cloth as Bradley, (The Progressive).

"To those offended by comments I made as a young college student, I apologize, and assure you that those comments are not reflective of my worldview. These comments have nothing to do with who I am as a person or a jurist, and they have nothing to do with the issues facing the voters of this state," said Bradley in a statement.

Bradley did not elaborate on the self-examination and analysis in which she engaged, leading her to a new and different conclusion on 'abnormal degenerates'.

Wisconsinites should be aware of the type of person running for election on the state Supreme Court. Her strangely worded explanation strains credulity, and is unconvincing.

Consider if Bradley had mocked Jews, the disabled, "blacks" and Mexicans—as Scott Walker's aides did, (The Progressive)—would it be credible to accept that Walker and his aides really don't retain this 'worldview'? Bradley is not credible, and hate and bigotry have NO place on the Court.

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