A Governor Scott Walker supporting man ended up getting run over by his Democrat supporting wife after he repeatedly tried to block her driving to the polls on Tuesday.
Chippewa Falls Police Chief Wendy L. Stelter told the Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel that:
She was planning on voting for a certain candidate, and it wasn’t the candidate he wanted her to vote for.
After arguing at home, Amanda Radle attempted to drive off to the polls, but Jeffrey Radle stood in front of her. She nudged him with her SUV several times, he would move a bit further in front of the car and at one point he climbed onto the hood.
When she finally attempted to drive around him, Jeffrey Radle jumped in front of the vehicle and was hit, suffering injuries knocking him unconscious and which kept him overnight in hospital. Amanda Radle immediately drive to the police station.
Jeffrey Radle’s brother Mike told the Journal Sentinel:
These crazy liberal nuts are always pulling this crap.
Police have been called to the residence several times in the past, and the couple was believed to be separated, Stelter said. Amanda Radle had filed for divorce.
“To think that people would become that distraught over an election is very concerning,” the Police Chief said.
Amanda Radle was arrested for second-degree recklessly endangering safety and domestic battery and released on a $500 signature bond, and ordered to have no contact with Jeffrey Radle.