Well, it has been an interesting time here in the city on the Mississippi named after a sport. There is action at the university:
Kimberly Dearman, a law enforcement dispatcher for the western Wisconsin university, was fired this week on multiple charges, including “conduct unbecoming a university employee,” according to her attorney, Lee Fehr.
However the same source tells us that there is a concern that the firing was caused by aversion to The Donald. The university has reversed course based on legal advice:
UW-La Crosse Chancellor Joe Gow tells Wisconsin Watchdog that the university, on advice from University of Wisconsin System legal staff, has offered Dearman her job back.
There is action in town:
A La Crosse man admitted throwing roofing nails into driveways of residents who supported Republican candidates after someone stole his lawn sign supporting a Democratic candidate, according to La Crosse police reports.
Hat tip to Instapundit who wonders if we are a cesspit of anti-Republican hatred. Herself did beat The Donald 51%-42% in our county. We are intimately aware of the challenges of firing a university employee in Wisconsin. Our fair county has it share of anti-Republican hatred but our view on our experience and the limited evidence is that we all should wait before supporting Kimberly as a conservative heroine. On the other hand, nail-guy seems to be the real deal. He is a leftist that lost it.