Herschel Walker’s ‘Prop’ Badge Debate Moment is Like ‘SNL’ Meets ‘Mad TV’


Herschel, an ex-Georgia Bulldog and NFL running back, took a bizarre turn in his campaign to win Georgia’s senate seat. Walker is up against Raphael Warnock, the incumbent. The pair met for their first, and probably only, debateAfter this moment.

Walker, who was a friend and supporter of Donald Trump, wanted to ensure that the people were aware that he was serious about law enforcement during the debate. It’s not the TV program, it’s the real deal. His proof wasn’t real, and it resulted in an awkward and cringe-inducing moment. Mad TVOr SNL.

During the discussion Walker accuses Warnock d’empowering criminalsNow think “they’re more powerful than the police.”Warnock responded to Walker’s story, revealing the truth. It was a moment you won’t forget.

“One thing I have not done, I’ve never pretended to be a police officer,”Warnock referred to Walker’s numerous false claims that he made, “worked in law enforcement”The FBI. It’s kind of like the kid at school who can’t tell truth and creates elaborate lies. Walker then takes the next step and pulls out his badge.

“I am work with many police officers,”Walker said this while grabbing a badge the moderator called a “a” badge. “prop.”Although the moderator may have meant prop within the context of the debate rules frame, it turns out that the badge actually means prop in the false meaning. Walker didn’t seem to be deterred though and continued, “It’s not a prop, this is real.”The audience responded by booing.

Walker stuck the badge in the mouth of Walker to confirm his decision. This is the culmination years-long claims made by Walker. “special deputy sheriff” “honorary agent”That served the blue “for many years.”

Deadline reports that Walker once said to a group of U.S. military men and women, “He’s a good man.” “worked in law enforcement”He also had a gun. He also claimed similar things in 2017, referring specifically to the Cobb County Police Department. In 2019, he told soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washing that he had similar claims. “spent time at Quantico at the FBI training school”Before you add, “Y’all didn’t know I was an agent?”

According to Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionWalker is not employed at the department and has never been. Cobb County Police Department confirmed that Walker was not employed by their department. Walker’s claim that he was running for election was also not confirmed by them. “honorary.”

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