May 27, 2022

Georgia Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Herschel Walker Going Home to Sell Chickens, Gets Donkey of the Day, and Doesn't Want to Be Called an "Oxymoron"

Let's unpack a few things here. Walker's responds to question from a Fox News host for his case to become the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Georgia about a month ago. Herschel Walker did win. Check out the clip.

The former NFL running back and Heisman Trophy winner said "they" want to engaged in "name call it" instead of using the term "name calling." Walker must have meant to say they want to call him a moron. A moron is an unkind way to describe someone who is foolish and unintelligent. 

Instead he said oxymoron. Now an oxymoron is not a person it's a self-contradicting word or group of words. A statement that seems to go against common sense. For example "less is more."

Wait... now that we think about it, let's change his name to a statement or phrase-- HERSCHEL WALKER is an oxymoron. So if you're ever having a "minor crisis" just call it a herschel walker!

Next up Herschel Walker received the Donkey of the Day from Charlamagne Tha God of The Breakfast Club and rightfully so following his lack of sensitivity when asked about gun rights following the mass shooting that occurred at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas this week. He also received a not so flattering message from a guy named Texas Paul. CTE is a damaging brain condition brought on by playing football. 

Last but not least Herschel Walker posed with a reporter from Newsmax named Carolyn Ryan following an interview. As a journalist she thought it was a good idea to post the picture on Instagram while instantly thinking this will uphold my journalistic credibility and integrity. She captioned the post... 

 "I spoke with @therealherschel34 after he voted today. I asked what he plans to do for the rest of the afternoon, he said he was going to “sell some chicken, watch Gunsmoke, and make some calls for the campaign!” He’s feeling confident heading into the evening!"

Is it just us or does Herschel Walker's pants seem a little puffy? Or perhaps he used a little too much starch before he put them on?

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