Even Beck seemed suspicious, however Walker rambled on.
“As you stroll by way of the door, it can kill any COVID in your physique,” he continues. He leans in and provides, “EPA-, FDA-approved,” then continues: “While you depart—it can kill the virus as you allow, this right here product,” Walker says. He provides that he has a second unspecified miracle product, a “spray” presumably indicated to be used after the dry mist remedy.
“They don’t need to discuss that. They don’t need to hear about that,” Walker says. “And I’m critical.”
And all this nonsense comes from a person who has by no means been concerned in politics. He has zero expertise, and the Republicans have cleared the sphere for him. This reveals you the way obedient they’re to former President Donald Trump.
However huge props to Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) reporter Greg Bluestein for mentioning one thing lots of people didn’t: Walker’s camp has been propagating the parable that Walker graduated from the College of Georgia with a bachelor’s diploma in felony justice. That’s a lie.
Walker is hoping to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock in 2022, however solely after going toe-to-toe with a slew of different GOP candidates. Warnock grew to become Georgia’s first Black senator in 2020 and can also be a pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church, as soon as led by Martin Luther King, Jr.
At the same time as Walker’s multimillion-dollar treasure chest grew, he was headed to an October fundraiser in Parker, Texas, co-hosted by doubtful determine Bettina Sofia Viviano-Langlais—a movie producer, proud birther, and president and proprietor of Accelerate Entertainment, which gives a really brief slate of very bad movies.
Viviano-Langlais not solely produces crap leisure however she’s additionally a vehement right-wing anti-vaxxer who, till she was known as out about it, used a swastika image manufactured from syringes on her Twitter profile.
When the AJC requested for a remark concerning the swastika image on Walker’s host’s web page, his camp responded with: “That is clearly an anti-mandatory vaccination graphic. Herschel unequivocally opposes anti-semitism and bigotry of every kind.” Okay, and we don’t see the resemblance?
Viviano-Langlais defended the image on Twitter, saying she modified the profile image as a result of “It’s insane to suppose that pic was Anti-Semetic [sic]. Determined really. It was a pic displaying what occurs when fascists demand folks insert overseas materials into their physique they don’t need …”
In line with public data reviewed by the Associated Press, Walker repeatedly threatened ex-wife Cindy Grossman throughout his divorce. In 2005, Grossman secured a protecting order towards him, alleging violence and controlling conduct, AP reviews.
In an interview with ABC Information, Grossman stated Walker held a gun to her head, saying, “I’m going to blow your f—ing brains out.” She filed for divorce in 2001, citing “bodily abusive and intensely threatening conduct.”
The 2-time Professional Bowl champion operating again refused to say whether or not or not he’s been vaccinated or boosted, however in fact, he continues to ballot excessive amongst Republicans.
In line with Georgia’s Department of Public Health (DPH), unvaccinated folks make up 60% of recent COVID-19 circumstances and people who are boosted make up simply 3% of breakthrough infections.
“We are actually breaking data with circumstances of COVID-19. We now have our hospital methods beneath stress. We now have deaths climbing. It is important that you just get the booster should you’re eligible,” Atlanta doctor Dr. Frita Fisher told TV station 11-Alive.
Georgia DPH reported 17,686 circumstances of COVID-19 as we speak.