While Trump has been racking up victories in terms of his endorsements’ winnings left and right, one particularly prominent victory has emerged in the past few days: the victory of Hershel Walker in the recent senatorial primary race in Georgia.
Walker announced his intention to run for the Senate multiple months ago, much to the Democrats’ anger, given how furiously they’ve reacted to Ben Carson, Tim Scott, and a host of other individuals who dared to be Republican in spite of the media’s commands otherwise.
However, as a concerned American with a passion and platform for getting things done, Walker is a natural ally of Trump, alongside liberty and freedom in general, which of course makes him an enemy to the Democrats.
Even more of an enemy when considering his clear integrity, a trait that frightens the left just as often as accountability would, if they even knew what the word accountability meant.
“When I entered this race, I entered it to win it. I didn’t enter the race to look good. I didn’t enter this race because I needed another feather in my cap. I entered this race because I saw something going wrong in this country,” Walker proclaimed.
And as someone who has risen up and succeeded in this nation, Walker is not about to sit back and let the government tear apart the greatest, and rarest, freedoms that humanity has ever known in any governed setting.
Nor is he going to sit back and let critical race theory (CRT) infest public schools’ classrooms, another issue that he was very clear about while campaigning.
“I’ve been saying this for a long time that I do not want the federal government raising my child,” Walker continued, “I think people are starting to see they don’t want the federal government to be co-parent to that child.”
Frankly, “co-parent” is a generous term, considering the government appears to want to take over parenting completely. Accusing parents of “domestic terrorism” is a crude, but sadly effective, way to start.
Of course, the media is likely scouring every last real and fake database they have access to in a lame attempt to smear Walker, though the reality is that Democrats’ own ineptitude serves as the best fodder for the football legend’s campaign.
“This is a referendum on Biden’s policies. It won’t be a referendum on Herschel. Democrats will try to make it about Herschel, and Herschel is going to make it about Georgia,” Senator Lindsey Graham remarked.
Seriously. If Biden is even aware of what “his” policies are.
Needless to say, Trump was thrilled with Walker’s win, throwing him strong encouragement after his victory.”
“You were the greatest football player’ you’ll be an even greater politician and senator. I know now, I knew right from the beginning when I first spoke to you, that this man is going to do things that are incredible. So, congratulations not only for the night but for the great numbers, and you’re going to go on to a tremendous victory for a long time,” Trump declared.
Definitely. And that tremendous victory is well deserved, considering Walker’s clear allegiance to the nation and staunch, unwavering values.
“What a long distance you’ve come, right? What a long distance. And I’m only going to be more proud of you after November,” Trump continued, alluding to Walker’s likely victory over Senator Raphael Warnock, the dubious winner in a 2020 runoff election (hint: See 2000 Mules, while it remains in a theater near you).
Of course, probably ever poll spun by mainstream media will focus on Walker’s allegedly low popularity, though everyone knows how that really worked out in more than one election.
“Well, one of the things I always told people is I don’t go by polls or go by anything like that because I think as long as you got breath in your lungs, you can go out and defeat anyone,” Walker mused, underscoring his quiet courage and conviction.
Which is precisely why he remains one of Trump’s most trusted allies.
“There’s nobody like this man. He’s a winner and he’s a champion, and we all love him. And congratulations to everybody in that room,” Trump concluded.
Author: Jane Jones