Liberal media and politicians have realized that Trump-endorsed, America First Herschel Walker has a serious chance of winning in the midterm elections.
Because of that, they have gone on an all-out scorched earth campaign against him.
This week, the media claimed to find a woman who Herschel Walker paid to have an abortion, though Walker denies the claims.
His campaign says that they will come out with evidence contradicting the media’s claims in the coming days.
Senior campaign officials also planning to speak with Walker later today about the abortion allegation.
"Once we have more of the facts, we can go about our jobs and go win this thing," said a person close to the Walker campaign.
— Gabby Orr (@GabbyOrr_) October 4, 2022
The media also found members of Walker’s family who criticized him for being an absentee father.
His son, aged 23, is an aspiring TikTok star who is known for his liberal politics.
One of the more disgusting smears that the media has attempted against Walker is going to his hometown and getting members of the Black community to speak negatively about him.
One person interviewed said that Walker is “not part of the Black community”.
In the wake of the media’s blitz against Walker, his fundraising numbers have surged.
The liberal New York Times made the case Sunday that Republican Herschel Walker has been ostracized from the black community in his small hometown amid his bid to unseat Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) in the race for U.S. Senate in Georgia.
Times reporter John Branch, who is based in California, used mostly anonymous sources and anecdotes from visiting Walker’s hometown of Wrightsville to generalize that feelings that Walker, a Georgia football legend, is not in touch with the black community are “flowering ahead of November’s election.”
“Herschel’s not getting the Black vote because Herschel forgot where he came from. … He’s not part of the Black community,” Branch quoted Curtis Dixon, a black former high school teacher and coach of Walker’s, as saying.
Branch added, “Such feelings toward Mr. Walker have been present for decades. They are flowering ahead of November’s elections.”