About Last Night…

Herschel Walker

So there was a homicide, er, debate last night… and Herschel Walker somehow managed to avoid any major screw-ups, despite himself. The bar was set so low that the only way he could lose would be if from the stage he called someone and demanded they have an abortion.

Warnock, as he has on the campaign trail, did not engage on the controversy over the allegations against Walker, instead choosing to question his Republican opponent’s relationship to the truth.

“We will see time and time again, as we have already seen, that my opponent has a problem with the truth,” Warnock said. “And just because he says something doesn’t mean it’s true.”

And that was pretty much it.

But the highlight for me was…

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4 Responses to About Last Night…

  1. w3ski4me says:

    That really was hilarious. Pulling that toy badge out as if it meant something. Then he had the brain fart to insist it was indeed, real. Wow. Walker really proved his worth there, zero. Yet here he is neck and neck with a valid candidate. I so hope Walker loses by double digits. I understand the state of Georgia isn’t really high on the educated list, but electing him is all kinds of wrong.

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  2. MDavis says:

    I keep hearing Rhodey saying “Don’t tell them that. They’ll believe you”
    It’s like he was talking about MAGA when they hear, well, any stupid thing.

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  3. beckymaenot says:

    And some assholes are claiming that Walker’s badge is real- that he was made an “honorary” deputy sheriff- and that somehow that makes Warnock look bad? Because honorary – how does that work?

    Fuck these assholes. And anyone who votes for Walker- who may indeed be an honorary Cobb County Sheriff’s deputy- but is still a clearly impaired individual who has no business anywhere near the Senate. I wouldn’t vote for Walker for anything- except, maybe, to vote him off the island.

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  4. roket says:

    Since he said he was a police officer and not an honorary police officer what does this say about the quality of police officers in GA?? What’s up with that GA republicans? Hellooo.


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