Three Congressmen are asking that Scott Walker's testimony to a Congressional committee be reviewed for perjury charges given recently-released video showing Walker plotting "Right-to-Work-for-Less" legislation with a billionaire donor.

Walker testified under oath to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform that he had not pursued his radical "Act 10" legislation as a way to gain political power.

But recently, new video shows Walker laying out a "Divide and Conquer" strategy to Tea Party billionaire and Republican cash machine Diane Hendricks.

"It looks very much like Scott Walker has once again been caught on tape in a lie," said Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate. "Scott Walker may think it's okay to lie to Congress under oath, but the people of Wisconsin do not cherish oath-breakers and grow weary with each new and documented instance of Walker's lack of truthfulness. Oaths are supposed to mean something. To Scott Walker, they clearly do not."

Watch the Fox 6 Milwaukee report here.