Dumb and dumber

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When running to be a United States Senator, it is probably a good idea not to tell the American people that you’re stupid. You’d think — right? Well — not according to Herschel Walker, Republican Senate nominee of Georgia. Because that’s exactly what Walker has done.

Chatting with a local newspaper, Walker earnestly poured forth his worries and concerns about debating Senator Raphael Warnock. And one of these concerns is that he, Herschel is — dumb. “I’m a country boy,” Walker proclaimed. “I’m not that smart.” You said it. Not us. Warnock, Walker explained, is “smart and wears these nice suits.”

Sigh. At least he kept it short and didn’t embarrass himself further. Just kidding. This IS Herschel Walker we’re talking about. Of COARSE, he had more embarrassing things to say. “So, he is going to show up and embarrass me at the debate,” Walker said pitifully.

Poor, poor little Herschel. I have a few things to say to Mr. Walker. You know, Mr. Walker — there IS a remedy for this. You COULD just drop out of the race. After all, you just kind of admitted you might not be able to do the job.

And second — you do not need Senator Warnock’s help to embarrass yourself. You’re pretty good at doing that all on your own. But believe it too, nor, that is not the dumbest comment from the Walker team. It’s true!


Because his campaign, who are probably losing their minds after hearing these comments, hastily attempted to do damage control by saying Herschel was just being “sarcastic” when he made those comments. Sarcastic? Now, I understand where Walker gets it from. So the dumb award not only goes to Walker but his campaign as well. Dumb and dumber.

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