Herschel Walker was a scandal-ridden candidate, worse than what the public saw and rejected in Georgia.
NBC News reports that consultants hired by the Walker campaign uncovered 500 pages of potential scandals in just two weeks of research.
Four sources who’ve seen Oppo’s book say the company’s 500 pages filled with potential business scandals, controversial quotes from Walker, and allegations of domestic violence and bizarre behavior in just two weeks. I have compiled the documents of
According to one of the sources, who was overheard discussing the book with Walker at a July meeting in the Republican cafeteria, Chambers told Walker, “We found 500 pages in two weeks. God knows what’s going on,” he said. A donor who lived in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta.
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While it’s normal for any serious campaign to explore what a candidate’s past could be used against the campaign, a potential 500-page scandal is unheard of.
If this is something his own people discovered in just two weeks, imagine what was undiscovered and what would have happened if this man had somehow been elected to the Senate.
Walker couldn’t keep up with the message, so the campaign sent him to Fox News interviews with handlers like Lindsay Graham and Ted Cruz to explain that he wasn’t allowed to say that much. , and made sure someone remembered to ask for money.
Herschel Walker was a disaster as a candidate. Republicans know this and still tried to get him elected to the Senate.
America dodged a bullet when voters in Georgia decided to re-elect Rafael Warnock and send Herschel Walker back to Texas.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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