Wisconsin governor Scott Walker (R) told the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) this week that he is "very pro-worker" (video below).
Gov. Walker is facing a recall on June 5, because, last year, he signed a bill stripping the collective bargaining rights of public worker unions. His fellow Republicans in the state legislature admitted was a ploy to hurt Democrats via unions.
On CBN, Gov. Walker denied that his move was “anti-union” and said he was committed to creating jobs by “building infrastructure, roads and bridges and rail and things of that nature."
He added: "I put the power back in the hands of the taxpayers. What I did is also very pro-worker.”