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Chisholm firing sought with complaint; Evers to take it 'seriously'

MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee County residents have officially asked Governor Tony Evers to fire District Attorney John Chisholm. Evers says he'll take the complaint seriously.

Wisconsin state law allows the governor to oust a district attorney for cause, but it requires a verified complaint filed by a taxpayer of the jurisdiction, which then starts a process. That document was handed over to the governor, asking Evers to remove Chisholm from office.

Hopefully Milwaukee County residents keep pushing, letting Evers know he can't just wait for the outrage to die down and then quietly not can Chisholm.

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Re: Chisholm firing sought with complaint; Evers to take it 'seriously'
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2021, 02:27:33 PM »
From the article:

On Dec. 2, Chisholm defended his actions, placing blame on an assistant district attorney.

"You had a young ADA trying to do the very best she could under difficult circumstances, and she made a mistake."

For that reason alone, Chisholm needs to be fired. Leaders don't hide behind their subordinates. They take responsibility if not the accountability as well.

And let's not forget that Chisholm is one of Soros' boys. Very friendly to criminals, not so supportive of the community.


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