Scott Walker Heckled Mercilessly During Visit To Philly–Leaves Without Finishing His Cheesesteak

Scott Walker decided to pay a visit to the City of Brotherly Love–Philadelphia–yesterday, and he’s probably sorry he ever showed his face in town.

While in Philly, Governor Walker stopped by Geno’s Steaks, one of the finest cheesesteak restaurants in the nation. And things were going relatively well for a moment or two until the protesters showed up with signs which read:

“Scott Walker sniffs his own poop” and “Scott Walker lives inside my butt.”

And that was just within the first few minutes! Another personcould be heard shouting:

“You suck.”

Hey, Scott, might be time to head on back to Wisconsin.

Adding to the overall dislike of Walker was the fact that he cut in line at Geno’s and then had the audacity to order his Philly cheesesteak with Amercian cheese! I’m pretty sure they’ve run people out of town for less in Philadelphia.

The reaction to his cheese choice online was immediate and mercliess. Here are a few of the comments:

“Scott Walker cut in line at Geno’s to order a cheesesteak with American cheese and no onions. He’s not getting out of Philly alive.”

 “You get wizz or provolone, you don’t know how to order a cheese steak and you fail at panderiing.”

Not long after Walker announced his run for the GOP nomination, I wrote that he had next to no chance of being elected President, and I listed several reasons for believing that. You can now add bad cheesesteak etiquette to that list.

And a bit of friendly advice for Scott Walker: If you come to Georgia and order grits, for God’s sake don’t put sugar on them.

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One thought on “Scott Walker Heckled Mercilessly During Visit To Philly–Leaves Without Finishing His Cheesesteak

  1. If he were a decent human being, odds are someone would have bought his meal for him. And there would probably be much less heckling. But such is the life of a grade-A scumbag.

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