Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has been out of office for years now, but he still can’t help himself from political handicapping. He recently wrote an opinion piece in the Washington Times breaking down last week’s elections. Those elections saw democrats perform strongly in places like Kentucky and Virginia, and many saw the democratic victories as a referendum on abortion rights. But not Walker. He thinks the difference in the campaigns was in his words, “Money, money, money.” The former Republican Governor and one-time presidential candidate points out that incumbent Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear outspent his Republican opponent $48 million to $43 million. And in Virginia, democratic Assembly candidates outspent their Republican opponents on their way to victory. Walker argues that shows the difference in the votes was due to liberal money, not abortion rights. He is missing the big picture. Since the Supreme Court invalidated Roe v Wade, democrats have been winning convincingly across the country. Look no further than Wisconsin, where a liberal justice earned victory by campaigning on restoring a woman’s right to abortion. Six years after last serving as a politician, Walker’s comments show he still doesn’t have his finger on the heartbeat of voters.