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The Democrat/Media Smear Machine Comes for Herschel Walker in Georgia Senate Race

The Democrat/Media Smear Machine Comes for Herschel Walker in Georgia Senate Race

“The Democrats want to destroy this country, and they will try to destroy anyone who gets in their way”

In the race for U.S. Senate in Georgia, Herschel Walker was making significant gains in polls up until about a week ago. Democrats and their media allies sharpened their claws and came after Walker, hammering him with negative news stories, and unfortunately, it has affected his poll numbers.

Raphael Warnock now has a 3.8 point lead in the Real Clear Politics average of polls.

According to NBC News, neither candidate wants to talk about the allegations:

Abortion bombshell rocks Georgia Senate race. Neither candidate wants to discuss it.

Another shoe dropped in the unfolding drama involving Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker when The Daily Beast reported Wednesday that the ex-girlfriend whose abortion he is alleged to have paid for in 2009 is also the mother of one of his four children.

But the next day, neither candidate wanted to talk about it.

Walker, who supports a ban on abortion without any exceptions, issued another blanket denial when asked about The Daily Beast’s reporting Thursday, telling reporters after a campaign event in Wadley: “The abortion thing is false. It’s a lie.”

“The Democrats are desperate for this seat. This seat is important. They’re very desperate for this seat,” Walker said.

His Democratic opponent, Sen. Raphael Warnock, sidestepped two questions from NBC News here about whether he believes Walker’s denials and whether he thinks Georgians can trust Walker. Warnock then pivoted to his support for abortion rights, saying, “The people of Georgia need a senator who will stand with women.”

Herschel Walker is right. Democrats are desperate to hold on to this seat. And Raphael Warnock doesn’t need to discuss the allegations. He has the entire media to do that for him.

Matt Vespa of Townhall reminds us that Warnock has plenty of issues of his own:

Friendly Reminder: Raphael Warnock Is Still a Nasty Piece of Work

Georgia Republican Senate Candidate Herschel Walker has been hit with a public relations event that the liberal media will eat up and create consternation among establishment Republicans. The latter groups will lecture about candidate quality again though their slate of candidates has virtually lost all their primaries. Walker will be raked over the coals as some heinous being, though have we forgotten that incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock is no saint? If we’re going to discuss character here—Warnock is hot garbage…

What Walker did—allegedly pay for a girlfriend’s abortion—isn’t a scandal, but since the Left changes the definition of words daily, let’s play their game here. Warnock has a lengthy and sordid history of being a horrible human being. Warnock’s ex-wife alleges that he neglected to pay child support and allegedly conducted a sustained campaign of harassment during what appears to be a nasty custody battle; he had subpoenaed her college transcripts.

Matthew Foldi, formerly of the Washington Free Beacon, compiled a thread about Warnock’s baggage:

GOP Senators Tom Cotton and Rick Scott are rallying to Walker’s defense.

FOX News reports:

Sens Rick Scott, Tom Cotton to stump for Walker after abortion payment accusation: ‘I’m on Herschel’s team’

Sen. Rick Scott, the chair of the Senate GOP’s election arm, and Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., will travel to Georgia for a Tuesday event supporting Herschel Walker, the first major campaign stop following accusations that the Republican Senate nominee paid for an ex-girlfriend’s abortion a decade ago.

Walker has denied that he paid $700 a woman to get an abortion or had a child with her, and further reports have alleged that he encouraged the woman to have a second abortion, which she refused to do. But as the accusations trickle in, Republicans have rallied around Walker as he runs to defeat incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock in a crucial midterm race that could determine whether the GOP retakes control of the Senate.

“The Democrats want to destroy this country, and they will try to destroy anyone who gets in their way,” Scott, the junior senator from Florida and chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, told Fox News Digital in a statement…

The Walker campaign event is scheduled to take place Tuesday afternoon in Carrollton, Georgia.

Senate Republicans also hit Warnock in a new ad:

I’ll leave you with this clip from Dana Loesch. She makes a compelling case. Listen to the whole thing.


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If you’re a democrat you can have an affair with a young woman, drive drunk, run off a bridge, leave the girl in the car to drown and get elected 15 more times.

E Howard Hunt | October 9, 2022 at 2:23 pm

Sorry, this man screams low IQ.

    Mauiobserver in reply to E Howard Hunt. | October 9, 2022 at 2:58 pm

    That appears to be a common trait for many politicians our President and VP are prime examples.

    If he will vote in the best interests of his state and nation reliably then hen he will be an asset to the Senate and to the United States.

    He also appears to have a trait that many politicians don’t have which is courage under fire. May he won’t fold the he first time the Washington Post puts pressure on him to vote for liberal global world order.

    Let’s assume for a second that your assertion is correct. Then so what? You’d vote for a collectivist because his IQ is higher?

      E Howard Hunt in reply to Paul. | October 9, 2022 at 5:52 pm

      Lack of a low IQ is a necessary, but not sufficient condition. I thought this was a site that attracted those with a logical mind.

        There are two choices on the ballot. One is a collectivist, the other is not. Now show me your logical skills and tell me which one you’d vote for.

          Don’t take offense at Hunt’s admittedly offensive comment to you. He was trying to get his racist view across that black people are genetically and intellectually inferior to white people, thus the low IQ thing, without getting his comment removed. He does this all the time. It’s tiresome. But it’s not about you.

          healthguyfsu in reply to Paul. | October 9, 2022 at 8:05 pm

          Let’s go down the racist rabid hole (spelled intentionally) with this idiot.

          Both winnable candidates on the ticket are Black males. One certainly projects the air of “reverend” for tax purposes a la Sharpton. You might remember him? Your group of ghost costumed d-bags were meeting him in the streets just a few decades ago and trying to win some kind of vile and twisted dance-off for which group can be the biggest destroyer of societal decorum.

          The independent candidate has less than 0% chance of winning, but a vote for him can certainly help prevent a run-off and put Black Karl Marx in office once again.

          How does your racist logic reconcile those facts?

          E Howard Hunt in reply to Paul. | October 9, 2022 at 10:30 pm

          You are wrong again. There are three choices on the ballot. Stop being a mindless bag of emotions.

          henrybowman in reply to Paul. | October 10, 2022 at 12:52 am

          “There are three choices on the ballot. Stop being a mindless bag of emotions.”

          As of August 2022, Warnock’s campaign has raised nearly $85 million.
          As of August 2022, Walker’s campaign has raised more than $20 million.
          As of August 2022, Oliver’s campaign has raised nearly $8,000.

          If you think that “Senator Oliver” is in any deck of cards, you have bag issues of your own.

          Paul in reply to Paul. | October 10, 2022 at 9:55 am

          I’m pretty sure it’s just a racist smear bot.

    But still higher much than Hirono.

    Walker has been a disaster as a candidate. If the Georgia GOP loses this one, they have only themselves to blame.

      chrisboltssr in reply to Dennis. | October 9, 2022 at 6:19 pm

      In what way has Walker been a disaster candidate?

        Well, the whole 4 different baby mamas might not go over real well w/ some voters. I’m not saying you shouldn’t vote for him, I’m saying he’s probably not the best candidate to run if you’re into the whole winning thing.

          Are you confused about how elections work? There are two candidates at this point: Warnock and Walker. Which is the “best candidate” to run? What? That’s been decided, there are TWO candidates.

          You seem to be suggesting that the best candidate is not Walker . . . so it must be Warnock (since he’s the only other choice). Um, yeah, no. Walker is a million times better for the country because he won’t vote with Biden’s anti- and unAmerican policy agenda 100% of the time.

          Dennis in reply to Dennis. | October 9, 2022 at 7:50 pm

          Warnock’s probably going to continue being a US Senator on account of the Republicans having run a weak candidate. This was an election the Dems would have lost if the other side hadn’t dropped the ball.

          alien in reply to Dennis. | October 9, 2022 at 8:12 pm

          “This was an election the Dems would have lost if the other side hadn’t dropped the ball.”

          Yeah — how dare those voters choose Walker in the Republican primary? Damn them! It’s their fault if Walker loses because they voted for a weak candidate. /s

          You clearly didn’t get the memo: voters choosing their elected officials is a threat to Democracy. And stuff. It cannot be allowed. To preserve Democracy. And stuff.

          chrisboltssr in reply to Dennis. | October 9, 2022 at 8:34 pm

          Man, I was expecting a serious response, but you’ve presented nothing but claptrap.

          Friendly note: stop it. LI readers are NOT your enemy. If you think we are, then you are seriously misguided. Angry, frustrated, even scared? Sure, we all are. But we do not eat our own because we know that we are not the problem. So chill, please.

          chrisboltssr in reply to Dennis. | October 9, 2022 at 9:28 pm

          This is to Fuzzy Slippers. I think you’re misreading what I wrote otherwise I don’t know how you can interpret my response to Dennis as me thinking he is an enemy or something. I don’t think Dennis is an enemy. I think the reason he gave for not voting for Walker or having him as a candidate is claptrap and I stand by that response. We’re not trying to elect angels here. We are running a flawed candidate against another flawed candidate. And, frankly, if having multiple baby mamas is a disqualifier then most black men should not run for any kind of political office. So if I come off rough that’s just me and I ain’t changing for nobody. That doesn’t mean I think of any of the respondents here ad my enemy, just someone I virulently disagree with and most of us here can take it, or at least I hope we can. I’ve taken some hard positions people disagree with here and I’ve never been offended by what they’ve said.

          Thanks for the discussion.

          Heh, I can relate, Chris.

    Intelligence is not well correlated with wisdom. I’ll take wisdom over intelligence any day.

    chrisboltssr in reply to E Howard Hunt. | October 9, 2022 at 6:18 pm

    Because all the idiots with high IQ has done wonders for this country.


    Nope, you cannot tell a persons IQ from political conversations. You can’t even guess a wide range.

    It’s difficult enough to test for IQ but you believe you can tell from an interview?

1) I believe absolutely NOTHING that the mainstream media tries to smear any conservative candidate with this close to the election. How many times are idiot ‘conservatives’ going to fall for crap like this?

2) If it IS true, I still don’t give a rat’s ass. Who the hell cares if he paid for an abortion 13 years ago? He could do that and seriously regret it later, leading to his support for an abortion ban. What the hell is wrong with that?

    Barry in reply to Olinser. | October 9, 2022 at 11:27 pm


    Dimsdale in reply to Olinser. | October 10, 2022 at 10:18 am

    When will they be flying in Christine “Ballsey” Ford, claiming that Walker “raped her in the locker room” before he was even born??

    Do the Dems just have a stable of ready to use “baby mommas” for election use? Doesn’t Hunter have a few secrets in his closet?

Not to mention neverTrump GOPe RINO McConnell almost certainly wants Walker to lose.

McConnell also wants the GOP candidate for Senate in Alaska to lose and is doing all he can to make that happen.

Plus, he withdrew campaign funding for Blake Masters in Arizona.

When was the last time anyone saw the top Dem elected leader in the country actively work to defeat a Dem candidate for the Senate or the House?

Around 1860?

This is the guy who will be the leader of the Senate if the GOP manages to pick up at least one seat. Think he cares about what the GOP base wants? What the 75 million who voted for Trump want?

He’s been a big supporter of Trump for decades
That right there is good enough for me.
Unfortunately, men, especially black men, seem to have trouble with their stuff.

I mean look at all the NFL and NBA players bragging about their dozen baby mamas. Not so much anymore, but 10 years ago… Jesus

    Dimsdale in reply to gonzotx. | October 10, 2022 at 10:14 am

    Well, you can blame the destruction of the black nuclear family on the Democrats. They wanted to, and did, create a perpetual needy class of people.

Like I told my mother-in-law, I don’t care about the character of my politicians at this point. We need to stop the evil that is being pushed by the Democrats.

Fantasywriter | October 9, 2022 at 5:28 pm

The last poll before the Virginia gubernatorial election had McAuliffe at 52% and Youngkin at 41%.

Now the pollsters are trying to sell the idea that conservatives/Republicans who supported Walker would switch to radical leftist Warnock because of a negative news story.

Kemp, Raffensperger and Abrams put in place the most fraud-friendly rules possible in 2020. Kemp and Raffensperger rescinded the worst rules in time to prevent their own elections from being stolen.

Warnock is not going to win this round, regardless of what snake oil the pollsters may be pushing.

Even if Walker did pay a woman to have an abortion, so what? Aren’t the Democrats telling us all the time that abortions are nothing to be ashamed of, that indeed more abortions are a good thing, and are not harmful to women? If that is so, how can paying for one be shameful?

    henrybowman in reply to randian. | October 10, 2022 at 12:39 am

    The same way they told us that being gay is being one of God’s Special Children, while simultaneously cancelling a Republican congressman who tapped his foot in a lav stall.

    SeiteiSouther in reply to randian. | October 10, 2022 at 10:56 am

    Even better, that his position has “evolved”, just like Obama did.

BierceAmbrose | October 9, 2022 at 10:32 pm

“The Democrats want to destroy this country, and they will try to destroy anyone who gets in their way”

“Fundamentally transform” as their great leader said. They have to destroy what was to make the new thing, but that’s not the main goal, though they have fun with it. They have to destroy anyone who gets in the way, but that’s incidental, though more fun.

They are somewhat less specific about “transform into what.” Even vaguer about why they believe their new thing will work. But, at least they are having fun.

BierceAmbrose | October 9, 2022 at 10:37 pm

About the Murder-Turtle (McConnell — ed) and company; the federal-level R-party doesn’t think they can win by governing. The institutions, political organizations, and media will be against them. If they try to do something they’ll get trumped like Trump did.

So, the federal-level R-party would frankly rather be a pseudo-resistance. They get to be comfortable and semi-powerful, picking the kind of knife fights in the one party, vs. the kind of knife fights in the other.

When will they be flying in Christine “Ballsey” Ford, claiming that Walker “raped her in the locker room” before he was even born??

Do the Dems just have a stable of ready to use “baby mommas” for election use? Doesn’t Hunter have a few secrets in his closet?

I am a life-long Republican little old white lady who lives in Georgia and backs Herschel all the way! The man is not dumb and is likely the only hope we have to get sleazy Warnock out of the Senate.

Run, Herschel, Run!!!

I read Dennis’ comment as blaming the Republican Party, not its voters. I don’t know anything about Walker’s primary election, or if he even had one.