Add Herschel Walker to the growing list of celebrities who believe this election was stolen by democrats. Walker has been an outspoken Trump supporter. Here’s what he had to say about the 2020 election on his Twitter.
Instead of us fighting and going to court, why don’t we have Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin vote again? We can have it done within a week, and maintain our democracy.
— Herschel Walker (@HerschelWalker) November 6, 2020
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Seems simple enough, right? Maybe on the surface, until you actually break it down and realize how crazy and unprecedented Herschel Walker’s idea really is. He actually thinks it would make sense to trot everyone back out to the polls?
We would have a whole another election day? Needless to say, this has never happened in the history of the USA before. And then you bring in the fact that we’re currently in a pandemic. Herschel Walker’s idea would put millions of Americans back at risk, for the sole purpose that him and other right-wing pundits think that this election was legitimately compromised.
Here are some reactions to Walker’s post.
— Lauren A. B. Thomas (@LaurenABThomas) November 6, 2020
"I just lost this football game. I want to play it again, because I fumbled in the Red Zone with an opportunity to win. So I deserve a chance to play the whole game over again."
— Hawes (@GregHawes) November 6, 2020
— Woketopian WarrenCrat has voted 🏳️🌈🚀⚛️🌵 (@shesnottrump) November 6, 2020
Shannon Sharpe called out Herschel Walker.
IF* you don’t sit yo ASS dwn. You didn’t suggest Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin vote again in 2016 after Trump won. From one GA boi to another, STFU. https://t.co/f5S9fSCR5s
— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) November 7, 2020
Fortunately, Herschel Walker’s idea will not happen. However, people who think similarly to Walker will continue to be loud, and they won’t go away anytime soon.