Georgia Republican Senate hopeful Herschel Walker attacked Stacey Abrams on Tuesday, telling “The Brian Kilmeade Show” that “only in America” would they vote for someone who hurts the country.
Herschel responded to the Democratic candidate for governor Claiming that 107 sheriffs Want to be able to “get black people off the streets” during the recent gubernatorial debate in Georgia.
“It’s sad,” Walker said.
“We have people I’m running against who say America should apologize for being white, but you will have people who will vote for them. But only in America.”
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Republican Gov. Brian Kemp claimed during their last debate that Abrams doesn’t support law enforcement but defunds the police, before touting his support from 107 sheriffs across the state of Georgia.
Kemp and Abrams went back and forth Police, guns and voter suppression.
“I’m not a member of the good ol’ boys club,” Abrams responded. “So, no. I don’t have 107 sheriffs who want to be able to take black people off the street, who want to be able to go unaccounted for. I don’t believe every sheriff wants that, but I do know that. We need a governor who also believes in protecting law enforcement And also in protecting the people of Georgia.”
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Walker said he believed people in other states would not vote for gubernatorial candidates who would harm the state.
“I guarantee they won’t have the right to say that,” he said, adding that because America is great, it gives people the right to destroy the country.
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“But what we need to do is stop trying to separate America and bring people together. And I believe in unity. I believe in representing everyone, not representing a particular party,” he said.
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A tie between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Walker looks more likely as Election Day nears, according to Fox News power rankings.
A poll by Fox News Late September showed Abrams trailing Kemp by seven points.
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