June 11, 2018
[Madison, WI] — Before the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association cancelled their Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Debate, far-left phony Kelda Roys couldn’t make her mind up as to whether she’d attend. First, she welcomed the debate’s sized-down list of invited candidates. It was only after the debate criteria faced criticism from the Wisconsin Democrat Party, One Wisconsin Now, and other candidates that Kelda Roys completely changed her position and decided she wouldn’t commit to attending.
Read the full analysis from Politifact Wisconsin here or find excerpts below;
Kelda Roys, Democrat for governor, commits to participating in debate, then withdraws commitment
June 7, 2018
The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association’s decision to hold a debate with no more than four of the 10 Democratic candidates for governor caused so much consternation among the candidates and others that the association is reconsidering its decision.
Initially, Roys essentially committed to participating in a Wisconsin Broadcasters Association debate that would be limited to four of the 10 Democratic candidates for governor, saying she “is looking forward to joining three of her competitors in this debate.”
But later the same day, and again the following day, Roys issued statements changing her position. She didn’t flatly refuse to participate. But saying she objected to the criteria, she withdrew her commitment, saying: “I cannot in good conscience commit to attending.”
For a complete change in position, we give Roys a Full Flop.
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