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Herschel Walker Tells ‘Gotcha’ Reporter What Biden’s Best Policy Is

After a lengthy pause, Walker said...

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Republican Senatorial candidate Herschel Walker of Georgia slammed President Joe Biden for his failed policies, telling a reporter that the president’s shtick for eating ice cream is the only thing he approves of that Biden has done.

In a recent interview with NBC’s Kristen Welker, Walker masterfully mocked the aged president, Red State reported.

“Can you name one thing that President Biden has done that you support?” Welker asked him.

After a lengthy pause, Walker said: “He eats a lot of ice cream,” alluding to Biden’s painfully transparent aviators-and-ice-cream theatrics.

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Walker has just recently found his way back into the race after a series of accusations that he paid for a woman’s abortion in 2009, putting his opponent Democrat Raphael Warnock back on the defensive.

In a recent debate performance, Walker made serious gains, delivering solid responses on issues ranging from inflation to abortion to crime.

“You continue to pat yourself on the back, but right now families are starving,” Walker told Warnock. “They’re hurting because of bills and laws you’re passing right now.”

Alongside the abortion accusations, the New York Times has chimed in by claiming that Walker is not black enough to be black, presumably because he is running as a Republican and not a Democrat.

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Times reporter John Branch used anonymous sources, innuendo and anecdotes to suggest that Wrightsville’s black population fostered resentment toward Walker because he did not participate in racially motivated protests in the 1980s, during the peak of his athletic fame.

“Herschel’s not getting the [b]lack vote because Herschel forgot where he came from,” a Wrightsville High School teacher told the Times, dutifully perferming his duties as a member of the public school system.

In another hit piece, which was published just as Walker began to pull ahead of Warnock, a leftist media outlet called Walker the new “black face of white supremacy”.

 

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