Once again we’re seeing the results of Donald Trump’s kingmaker abilities as another one of his endorsed candidates comes out on top.
On Tuesday, former NFL star and personal friend of Trump’s secured the GOP Senate nomination in Georgia in a crowded race of other Republican candidates. He will face off against the vile Sen. Raphael Warnock, who was elected in a special runoff race last year.
Walker has the support of both Donald Trump and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell as the GOP works tirelessly to secure majorities in both houses of Congress.
Since the 2020 presidential election, Georgia has been infected with nefarious liberalism and is no longer a GOP shoo-in. Joe Biden’s supposed “victory” in the state was the first Democrat nominee to do so since 1992. Meanwhile, Donald Trump and a growing majority of Americans can clearly see that Biden did not win Georgia.
A mounting pileup of evidence clearly proves that Democrats successfully rigged the election, which prompted Georgia’s governor to take action. He passed an election security bill that caused an uproar with the Stacey Abrams set who claim the law is racist.
Meanwhile, Abrams and her coalition of far-left retards were forced to eat (Jim) crow after it was revealed that Georgia experienced record voter turnout despite the bill. All claims of ‘voter suppression have now been suppressed.
Walker is a legend in the state for his athletic career at both the University of Georgia and in the NFL, but some baggage in his personal life made McConnell reportedly hesitant to endorse Walker before ultimately doing so. Walker allegedly threatened the lives of two women, including his ex-wife, but there’s no evidence to substantiate these claims.
Walker’s campaign denied these allegations but has since admitted to episodes of violence with his ex-wife. In his memoir, he acknowledges that he had suicidal tendencies due to mental illness.
But Walker ran a campaign highlighting what he characterized as a recovery and redemption story and argued he has addressed the allegations, including in his memoir.
Some Republicans in the state fear the allegations may hurt their efforts to win the seat at a crucial time when majorities are of utmost importance.
However, with Trump’s backing and massive support in Georgia, plus Sen. Warnock’s general unlikability factor, we’re confident Herschel can secure a victory for the GOP.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney