In 2009, Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker paid for an abortion, even though he wants to ban all abortions.
A woman who asked not to be identified due to privacy concerns told The Daily Beast that after she and Walker conceived a child while they were dating in 2009, he urged her to have an abortion. The woman said she had the operation and that Walker made it up to her.
These claims were supported by a $575 receipt from the abortion clinic, a “recovered” card from Walker, and a bank deposit receipt that included a photo of a signed personal check for $700 from Walker.
The woman said there was a difference of $125 because she “off ball” the cost of the abortion after searching Google for the procedure and adding expenses like travel and recovery costs.
Walker’s campaign responded by claiming that even when faced with multiple physical evidence that the story was false, it accused the media of targeting black conservatives, a tactic Republicans have consistently decried as “racing card playing.”
It was previously reported that Walker is a compulsive liar who lies in his own campaign to the point that they don’t even believe what he says.
Because the nation is so polarized, an unfit candidate like Herschel Walker could contest a seat in the United States Senate.
Herschel Walker is unfit to be a Senator and has made it clear that he believes that laws and rules apply to others but not to himself.
Walker does not want American women to have access to reproductive health care. However, he was happy to support an abortion when he was responsible for a pregnancy from a woman he was dating.
Mr. Easley is Managing Editor. He is also a White House press correspondent and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a BA in Political Science. His graduating work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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