Let's not pretend #Recount2016 is anything more than a fundraising scheme for the Green Party. pic.twitter.com/UWJarRvg6r— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker) November 29, 2016
ADDED: I refrained from retweeting this, but I am blogging it. Blogging and retweeting feel distinctly different to me. Is it the same for you? For me, to retweet would have more of a feeling of endorsement. Blogging it feels more as though I'm saying: Here's what Scott Walker says. Let's talk about it. I'd have to say something more to reveal anything about what's in my head. But I will say a little more. I'm not trying to be coy. What I'll say is that Walker's tweet is pithy but too extreme. He's not only saying there is absolutely no other reason for the recount than to raise money for the Green Party. He's also saying that you'd have to be pretending to point out another motivation. I'm sure I'm not just pretending when I say that the recount effort is also a scheme to get good publicity for the Green Party and to hurt Donald Trump by keeping resistance to the outcome of the election alive.
ALSO: As long as I'm embedding Scott Walker tweets....
Jim Berg & I out hunting. We were walking back to connect with our friend Tom Balistreri. pic.twitter.com/uQ7Bz66uWh— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker) November 21, 2016