ATLANTA – This week, Herschel Walker is continuing his listening tour across the Peach State meeting with sheriffs, veterans, business owners, manufacturing workers, and everyday Georgians to hear about the issues facing their communities.
On Tuesday, Herschel traveled to Savannah to speak to the Georgia Sheriff’s Association’s Fall Conference. Prior to giving remarks, Herschel sat down with a dozen sheriffs to hear about how they are combating rising crime in their communities. Several sheriffs shared that they are struggling to recruit good officers as a result of dangerous anti-police ideology. They also talked about how the border crisis is bringing drugs, human trafficking, and illegal gang activity to the Peach State.
After the roundtable, Herschel spoke to the sheriffs about his plan to restore law and order in this country by backing law enforcement, cracking down on criminals, and enforcing our borders.
“We are demonizing police and glorifying criminals. We need to get back to law and order,” Herschel said.