Days after Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke appeared on an anti-government radio program where he said he would never, even if ordered by a "legislatively passed law," take away someone's guns, interviewed Justice Patience Roggensack on a radio program he was guest-hosting, where they both sang the praises of following the "rule of law" and not undermining "legislatively passed law."
In her interview, Roggensack said that if Fallone is elected he would "chip away" at the powers of the other two branches of government and then, in bidding Roggensack farewell, Clarke echoed her sentiments and said that if she doesn't retain her seat, liberals will be able to block a "legislatively passed law" from going into effect:
"We can't give liberals the opportunity to flip this court. Right now the court is 4-3... 'rule of law' judges... I'm not going to call them conservatives, they're 'rule of law.' And... they're waiting for this opportunity, if they can flip this court, they know they can probably get at Act 10 a little bit more and they know for sure they can block this voter ID... dually legislatively passed law... so, again: April election, let's not fall asleep and let's make sure we can get Justice Roggensack across the finish line so she can retain her seat."