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Marjorie Taylor Greene Claims Herschel Walker Lost Because She Didn’t Campaign For Him

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) says she’s insulted that the campaign of losing Georgia GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker didn’t ask her to campaign more for him in the Peach State.

Speaking with former Trump administration adviser/convicted felon Steve Bannon on Wednesday, Greene declared that Walker’s loss to incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) in Tuesday’s runoff election was a “disaster in Georgia.”

“This is for Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham and the rest of the Republican senators; you guys are the reasons why we are losing Republican races all over the country. And this is your third loss in my home state. So, let me inform you on behalf of Georgia, this is your third strike and you’re out!”

Then Greene whined about the Walker campaign not utilizing her more, as if someone as controversial, divisive, and downright disgusting as her would have helped Walker would have changed a single vote in Georgia.

“I was never asked very often by the Herschel Walker campaign to come speak at any of his campaign events. They only asked me to maybe two I think. Two or three in my own district when he was campaigning all over the state, running for Senate. But they only asked me a couple of times in my own district, which I find extremely insulting.”

She added:

“The audacity and really frank rudeness of the campaign consultants and Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham where they thought, you know, we’re going to keep Marjorie Taylor Greene away from Herschel Walker and we don’t need her voice at his campaign rallies and events where we’re campaigning all over the state, I think is really a major mistake and an insult to me and insult to people who support me and Republicans all over Georgia.”

Yeah, if only Walker had utilized Greene more, he could have lost by 10 points and they would have made the perfect one-two punch of Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber.

Here’s the video from Bannon’s podcast:

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Herschel Walker’s Son Destroys Him In Brutal Twitter Thread After Senate Runoff Loss

Shortly after it became clear on Tuesday evening that Georgia GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker had lost to incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D), Walker’s son, Christian, went on Twitter and eviscerated his father in a series of postings.

Walker, who had been enthusiastically endorsed by disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump, came up almost 3 points short of Warnock, with the AP reporting that the former football star took 48.6% of the ballots cast. Warnock won 51.4% of the total vote.

Christian Walker had initially supported his father’s bid for the Senate, Mediaite notes:

But in early October, as news broke of reported abortions paid for by his father and accusations of abuse surfaced about his father, Christian broke his silence and condemned the GOP and Trump for selecting a candidate that was, in his opinion, so flawed as a father that he could not serve dutifully in Senate.

Christian Walker celebrated his father’s loss, reminding him of all the accusations against him.

“Don’t beat women, hold guns to peoples heads, fund abortions then pretend your pro-life, stalk cheerleaders, leave your multiple minor children alone to chase more fame, lie, lie, lie, say stupid crap, and make a fool of your family.. And then maybe you can win a senate seat.”

“Don’t compare Warnock running over his wife’s foot to my father holding guns and knives to my mothers throat, threatening to kill his therapist, her, and one of his adultresses in a therapy session, and telling my mom and I he was going to beat our asses. Get off my page.”

Christian also had plenty of criticism for Trump.

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Fox Host Mocks Herschel Walker When He Begs For Donations Instead Of Answering Questions

It seems that even Fox News is sick and tired of Georgia GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker’s refusal to answer questions, and they’re letting him know it to his face.

Case in point: Walker made an appearance on “Fox & Friends” Wednesday morning and insisted that he wasn’t there to beg for donations the way Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) did when he was seeking reelection.

“I’m going to say this, Brian, I’m not Lindsey Graham, but you’ve got to go to I want everyone to go to because they’re not going to buy this seat. They can’t win on their policies, so what they’re trying to do right now is buy this seat. Well, they’re not going to buy it. I don’t care where [Sen. Raphael Warnock] is getting his money from.”

Recent fundraising numbers show that Warnock is destroying Walker in the money race, NBC News reports:

Georgia Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock raised $52.2 million for his re-election between Oct. 20 through Nov. 16, more than doubling the fundraising total of his opponent, Republican Herschel Walker.

Warnock, the top fundraising federal candidate of the 2022 election cycle by a long-shot, spent $39.2 million over the same period, which almost doubled Walker’s spend too. The incumbent closed the period with $29.7 million banked away.

Walker still raised a significant amount over that fundraising period — $20.9 million. His campaign spent $16.5 million and closed with $9.8 million on hand.

Walker also told host Brian Kilmeade:

“I love the Lord Jesus. That’s the reason I got into this race, and we’re going to go out and beat Sen. Warnock because he don’t stand for Georgia.”

Kilmeade wrapped up the interview by telling Walker, “Herschel, best of luck. It’s a sprint to Dec. 6. Thanks so much for joining us.”

Once again, Walker begged for money:

“Thank you. God bless. And I love you.”

The host ended the interview by telling Walker he sounded just like Graham asking for money:

“Right! You are doing your best Lindsey Graham impression.”

When Graham was up for reelection in 2020, he went on Fox and whined:

“ Help me. They’re killing me, money-wise. Help me. You helped me last week — help me again.”

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Herschel Walker: In Order To Pass The Green New Deal We’ll Have To ‘Get Rid Of The Government’

Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker said Tuesday that his goal is to “get rid of the government” because it will allow Congress to pass much-needed legislation.

Surprisingly, Walker said he would vote to pass the “Green New Deal” when the time was right.

“When they get to the point they want to get to with the Green New Deal, I will raise my hand [and vote yes], but we’re not at that point yet. So, why are they trying to force it to something that we’re not ready to go yet.”

Walker continued:

“Think about it. They’re going to our enemies; they’re going to terrorists; they’re going to dictators, asking them to help us!”

The candidate added:

“We don’t need them to help us. We can help ourselves. We need to get rid of the government and get back to the people.”

Get rid of the government? If we did that, there would be no Senate, no House, and no president. So Walker wouldn’t be a senator. Instead, we’d have some tyrannical clown like Donald Trump telling us all how to live our lives and how many times a day we have to bow down and pay homage to him

Does anyone have any idea what in the hell this idiot it talking about?

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Lindsey Graham Does 35 Push-Ups To Support Herschel Walker – And It’s Even Worse Than You Can Imagine

In an effort to get Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker elected in next months runoff election, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) made an appearance on Sean Hannity’s show Wednesday evening and agreed to do push-ups to prove his support for Walker.

Queerty ran across the video of Graham working out on Walker’s YouTube account and reports:

The challenge came about after Sean Hannity spoke to Walker and Graham on a Fox News segment. He said that Walker impressed him previously with his ability to do push-ups. Hannity suggested Walker check out whether Graham was up to the challenge of doing some himself.

This led to a campaign video in which Graham challenges viewers to donate $34 if he and Walker can each do 34 push-ups. It’s unclear why they plumped for the number 34.

In the video, Graham happily gets down and does 35 push-ups, followed by Walker.

Before you watch the video, you might want to make sure your children and elderly relatives are out of the room. It could well be too much for impressionable youngsters and lead to cardiac arrest for anyone over the age of 60 once they start laughing and can’t quit.

Graham was also present when Walker was being interviewed and the candidate proudly proclaimed that “This erection is about the people.”

Erection election in a pumped up direction. Since Walker is too clueless to explain policy, the push-ups tell all you need to know about the “substance” of his campaign.