Relief Workers Slow Down To Make Time For Ryan Photo Op
The packing was going too quickly, so workers were asked to slow down until Paul Ryan could get there.
It was the second of Paul Ryan’s photo ops in his home state today where the campaign made a show of helping storm victims however they could. At the first stop in La Crosse, the vice presidential nominee thanked supporters for coming, shaking hands with some standing in front of an American flag, where minutes before, aides arranged boxes of Cheerios and cans of corn in perfect order.
In Hudson, the packing was proceeding too quickly, and the supporters wearing red “Team Wisconsin” t-shirts were given the order to slow down and then to stop to be sure there were still goods to be packed when Ryan entered.
But he did get in some pictures.