Scott Walker has worked hard to check boxes necessary to prove his Second Amendment street cred, earning an A+ rating from the NRA. As governor, he signed a so-called “castle doctrine” law and a concealed carry law.

On concealed carry, however, his support for the measure now is a flip flop from his stance when running for Milwaukee County executive. His flip flop on the issue depending on his electoral audience is yet another example of Scott Walker’s willingness to do or say anything to get elected.