Thursday, August 4, 2022
ATLANTA – Yesterday, Herschel Walker joined WSB’s Word on the Street to talk about the debate he accepted on October 14th in Savannah and to ask why Senator Warnock is scared to commit to joining this statewide debate.
“I wanted to make it a fair and equitable debate that’s going to be about the people,” Herschel said. “It’s not going to be about the press and will not be about a particular party. And I think that is why Reverend Warnock won’t debate. […] I think he’s gotten good at being in Washington and doing what they ask him to do instead of representing the people that elected him to office.”
“The people would get a chance to hear about the [Reconciliation] bill that he supports. […] I’m not even sure if he has read the whole bill. This bill will cripple America’s manufacturing facilities, it will raise taxes during a recession, it’s going to hurt our supply chain problems, and it hurts our ability to compete against China. I think that’s what he’s afraid of. I think he’s afraid to stand in front of the people and explain all the bills that he’s supporting which really hurt Georgia, and why he’s voted with Joe Biden 96% of the time. Joe Biden’s [approval] numbers are down because of what [he and Warnock] are doing to the state of Georgia, and also doing to this country.”
Listen to full interview here.