Anti-Police Mandela Barnes Spent More Than Half A Million Taxpayer Dollars For Personal Security

Wisconsin’s Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, who is running against incumbent GOP Sen. Ron Johnson in the U.S. Senate race this November, has quite a radical track record of opposing law enforcement. But in keeping with the Democrats’ hierarchical protection-for-me-but-not-for-thee framework, Barnes has reportedly spent more than half a million in taxpayer dollars for personal security…

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Wisconsin Democrat gets caught making up police endorsements

“An honest politician is an oxymoron,” Mark Twain once famously said. Yet even he would have been quite impressed with the lengths to which Wisconsin Democratic Senate candidate Mandela Barnes is going to deceive voters. It’s particularly rich, given the left-wing attacks calling incumbent Ron Johnson (R-WI) dishonest. Yet while on the campaign trail, Barnes…

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51 Sheriffs Endorse Ron Johnson’s Reelection, As Opponent Mandela Barnes Retracts Police Endorsements

September 22, 2022 A bipartisan majority of 51 Wisconsin sheriffs have endorsed Sen. Ron Johnson’s (R-WI) reelection bid in Wisconsin, his campaign announced Wednesday. The endorsements come after Johnson’s “defund police” Democrat opponent, Mandela Barnes, claimed to have won only two endorsements from two active duty police officers last week. A few days later, those…

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A Real Coalition Of Law Enforcement Endorses Johnson

A real coalition of Wisconsin sheriffs — Republicans, Democrats and Independents — has endorsed U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson’s re-election run, according to the Oshkosh Republican’s campaign. A total of 51 of Wisconsin’s 72 county sheriffs are backing Johnson over his Democrat challenger, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, who has had some problems acquiring and keeping law enforcement…

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Wisconsin’s Mandela Barnes Blames False Police Endorsement On ‘Clerical Error’

A sheriff’s captain on Monday denied that he endorsed Democratic Wisconsin Senate candidate Mandela Barnes and asked the campaign to remove his name from the sparse list of law enforcement endorsements that Barnes released last week. Barnes’s campaign took responsibility for the mistake, telling the Washington Free Beacon that La Crosse County sheriff’s captain John Siegel’s name…

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