Dane County Circuit Judge Maryann Sumi has gone back to her order to stop Gov. Scott Walker’s union bill and rewritten it in an effort to assist unions and Democrats (including her Democratic Operative son) continue to ride the gravy train at the expense of the taxpayers.
Sumi, whose entire family seems to be up to their necks in union business and Democrat Party politics, issued an order to stop Walker’s efforts to curb the ability of government unions to demand outsized benefits immediately after the bill passed the Wisconsin state legislature.
The state, however, published the bill on schedule and the legislature began to implement it this week.
In response the compromised judge has amended her original order to warn of “sanctions” against anyone that would implement this bill in the interests of the people of the Badger State.
Naturally Wisconsin Democrats are pleased with this partisan act. Republicans are not as happy.
Sen. Scott Fitzgerald said, “Once again, one Dane County judge is doing everything she can to stand in the way of our efforts to improve the economy and create jobs. The fact that the prosecution didn’t even request an amended TRO makes it clear: this is judicial activism at its worst.”
“There are 17 branches of the Dane County Circuit Court. To say that any one of them has more authority to make laws in Wisconsin than the elected Legislature is ridiculous,” Sen. Fitzgerald said.
Last week we learned that Judge Sumi’s son is a union operative and runs a small consulting firm for Democrats in Wisconsin. We also learned that the judge’s husband is a big donor to Wisconsin’s Democrats.
It is clear that this compromised judge is desperate to help the far left continue its raiding of Wisconsin’s treasury.