GOP Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker looked to distance himself in an interview this week from former President Trump urging Republicans not to vote in the 2022 and 2024 elections if the “Presidential Election Fraud of 2020” is not “solved.”
“Is that the right message, don’t vote if things aren’t perfect?” Walker was asked on the “Brian Kilmeade Show” after the host read a portion of Trump’s statement from last week.
“That is not the right message. I think everyone got to get out and vote, you know, we can’t look at the past,” the former football star told Kilmeade…
“We can’t continue to look at the past and that’s what I’ve tried to tell people and you know, President Trump, I’m very honored that he endorsed me because he knew I’m the right man for the job, but he also knows Herschel Walker is going to do it Herschel Walker’s way, meaning I’m gonna go out and I’m gonna run for this seat,” he said.