Scott Walker just can't stop lying about how he's trying to take health care away from people -

Wisconsin's embattled Republican Gov. Scott Walker is securing his place in hell (or at least divorce court) for this performance. Standing alongside the occupier of the Oval Office at a rally Wednesday, Walker brought up his wife, Tonette, again with his sob story about how she has Type 1 diabetes. Reiterating his new favorite lie, he told the crowd "we will always cover people like my wife with pre-existing medical conditions. Don't believe the lies," he said. And he repeated it: "Don't...

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