Jeremy Ryan, aka Segway Boy, is a Leftist known for his extremism as a career protester in Wisconsin. He champions Democrat causes in a very ugly way.
For example: Jeremy Ryan 'Segway Boy' and Gwyn Guenther
In addition to being a high profile Democrat activist, Ryan was a recent U.S. congressional candidate, running against Paul Ryan in the Republican primary last August.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Ryan faces Jeremy Ryan, a liberal activist from Madison. The state Republican Party had filed a complaint with the state Government Accountability Board alleging that Jeremy Ryan lacked the required number of signatures to get on the ballot as a Republican.Of course, Jeremy Ryan's stunt, running as a Republican, was utterly fruitless; but he got noticed.
The complaint said Jeremy Ryan misled people who signed on his behalf by saying they were signing a petition to legalize marijuana. The GAB found that the party had not proved its claim.
In an email statement, Jeremy Ryan said he was running against "Paul Ryan in the primary to try and spark discussion within the party about moving toward a progressive agenda that both parties have shown to support in polls. I believe that we need to start focusing on similarities that we can all agree will move us forward, such as getting money out of politics and a livable minimum wage."
Wouldn't you think that a recent congressional candidate being charged with a felony would get noticed and be reported by any reputable news outlet?
I suppose that would explain why the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is ignoring the charges against Ryan - domestic abuse.
Ryan's girlfriend, Loni M. Warrner, called 911 for assistance during a domestic abuse incident on September 26, 2014.
Read the criminal complaint.
Officer Baumgart reports upon arrival, he made initial contact with the female caller who identified herself verbally as Loni W Warrner. Warrner stated that she and Jeremy Ryan, the defendant herein, are boyfriend and girlfriend. Warrner stated the couple signed a lease together at 8 Westover Ct approximately two to three weeks ago.Warrner did encounter "problems" when she returned home.
Warrner stated that the defendant is extremely protective of her. Warrner stated the defendant calls her and texts her repeatedly during the day while she is at work.Warrner stated that she is a roofer and typically works between eight to twelve hours a day. Warrner stated that the defendant has recently been textingWarrner’s boss.Warrner’s boss informed Warrner earlier in the day that the defendant had sent him approximately 25 text messages. Warrner stated the defendant was under the assumption that Warrner was cheating on him and was checking up to see if she was at work. This included contacting her supervisor to verify she was at work. Warrner stated the defendant also inquired as to when her shift would be done for the day.Warrner stated that the defendant was only trying to gain further information as to whether she was cheating on him. Warrner described this behavior as “concerning.” Warrner also stated that her boss pleaded with her to not go back to the residence on the night of September 26, 2014. Warrner stated that her boss also felt that there would be problems if she returned home.
Warrner stated that during the incident, she was extremely fearful for her safety. She was disturbed by the defendant’s behavior and did not consent to it. She stated that she was “scared and fearful” that the defendant would physically harm her. Warrner stated, “I’ve never seen him that angry before.” When Warrner was describing this scene to Officer Baumgart, she broke down crying several times.This stuff should be reported by the local media.
Officer Baumgart reports that Warrner stated the defendant is a daily user of marijuana and most likely sold marijuana too. Warrner stated, “why else would he have all that cash?” Warrner stated that the defendant does not work and collects social security. Warrner stated that the defendant is a “pothead who sits and smokes weed and plays video games all day.” Warrner stated she had not witnessed any drug transactions but said the defendant is always in possession of large amounts of US Currency, has several cell phones and several BB guns.
Officer Baumgart reports he explained to the defendant he was going to be placed under arrest, and the defendant pleaded with Officer Baumgart to be allowed to retrieve some cash from his bedroom so he could post bail. Officer Baumgart reports that Officer Palmer took the defendant to his bedroom to retrieve the cash. Officer Baumgart reports the defendant walked down the stairs carrying a safe. Warrner stated, “that’s where he keeps his weed.” Officer Baumgart reports he asked the defendant to open the safe so he could see what was inside. Officer Baumgart reports he observed a large amount of US currency inside. The defendant estimated that there was $1,000 inside this safe. Officer Baumgart reports he estimated that there was most likely between $2,000 and $3,000 in US currency inside the safe. Officer Baumgart reports he could also smell the distinct odor of unburnt marijuana coming from the safe itself.
That's not happening.
Domestic abuse charges against the primary challenger of Paul Ryan are worth noting.
Why aren't news outlets reporting on the charges?
Furthermore, why aren't Wisconsin Democrats speaking out against Jeremy Ryan's personal War on Women?