The band of professional protesters, perpetual moochers and downright outrageous individuals who made a name for themselves during the Capitol Chaos that began two years ago. Here are some of the lowlights.

Christopher Branski

We got to know Christopher Branski after he emailed a notoriously vile diatribe to Sen. Alberta Darling.

Instead of cajoling you to change your mind, I'm just going to tell you what you are: you're a useless f**king c*nt that has no redeeming value. There are not enough words to describe how much I hate you and the rest of the f**king scum in the Wisconsin GOP. You're parasites and you contribute nothing. Enjoy getting recalled you useless f**king dried up c*nt.


Branski also insulted DOA Secretary Huesch in the most coarse way in a similar email. When interviewed on Newsradio 620 WTMJ, Branski refused to apologize or retract any of his disgusting insults. And despite all the rhetoric on "civility," Like the rest of the members of this Hall of Shame, Branski was not widely condemned or ostracized by the Left.  

Miles Kristan

Miles is more affectionately known as Pink Dress Guy, for the attire he wore in this video wherein he chased a MacIver cameraman for three blocks for daring to videotape a protest on public property. He is 'best’ known as the buffoon who dumped a beer on Representative Robin Vos’ head. Rumor has it he has moved to Austin Texas where the weather won’t dictate the length of his hemline.


Jeremy Ryan

When we last heard from Segway Boy it was discovered he was in possession of a State Capitol Police uniform jacket, and was turned in by his own mother. This man, know by most at the Capitol as Segway Boy due to his use of the mobility device of the same name, is a real piece of work.

He flaunts the fact that he does not pay his disorderly conduct tickets. He mocked the daughter of a beloved Captiol Reporter who had recently passed away. He mooches money online to pay his rent. And he constantly is proclaiming to be on the verge of death. Segway Boy is still alive, and unwell, in Madison..



Chief Charles Tubbs

This clown made Barney Fife look like Joe Friday. The former Chief of the Capitol Police facilitated the chaos at the Capitol. Instead of enforcing the law and protecting the employees who work in the building, he coordinated the activities of the occupiers. He was even caught on tape pleading with them to help him out. He left his post last year and now works for Dane County as their new director of emergency management. You can’t make this stuff up.




Katherine Windels

The then 26-year old teacher from Cross Plains, Wisconsin burst onto the scene when she emailed a death threat to 15 Republican State Senators on March 9, 2011. According to the criminal complaint, Windels threatened the state senators in an email with "Attn: Death Threat!!!! Bomb!!!" in the subject line. "Please put your things in order because you will be killed and your families will also be killed due to your actions in the last 8 weeks," Windels wrote. Windels ended up being placed in a first offenders program after it was determined that she was suffering from anxiety and depression.


Special mention: Thistle

She didn’t do anything shameful, but a rogue’s gallery of the Capitol Chaos would not be complete without one more look at this train wreck.