Herschel Walker

During an appearance at an event at Sugar Hill Church in Sugar Hill, Ga., Herschel Walker challenged the theory of evolution by asking, “At one time, science said man came from apes. Did it not?” and "If that is true, why are there still apes?"

While Senate candidate Herschel Walker boasts about being a job creator and a good businessman, reviews show his companies, such as Renaissance Man Inc. and H. Walker Enterprises have suffered lawsuits and serious net losses.

A spokesperson for Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black said in a statement that “Herschel Walker isn’t smart enough to debate anybody," After Walker declared that he wouldn't be "playing games" by debating Republicans and will only debate Raphael Warnock.

Herschel Walker, the football legend-turned upstart U.S. Senate MAGA candidate in Georgia, showed his ignorance about how the Senate works when he fumbled a question about the infrastructure bill that was asked by a right-wing conservative news outlet.

During a 2020 appearance on Glenn Beck’s podcast, Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker promoted a product one "can bring you into a building that would clean you from COVID as you walk through this dry mist."

U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker rang in 2022 with a message for the American people—by mumble rapping a bunch of generic right-wing talking points about Build Back Better and calling it “a few things to think about as we start the New Year.”

Christian Walker, the 22-year-old son of former NFL legend turned Republican politician Herschel Walker, has built quite a name for himself, well online at least. Here's everything to know about the "free-speech radicalist" who says BLM is "ghetto."

Herschel Walker's campaign finally removed a false claim from his website that claimed the U.S. Senate candidate “graduated from UGA with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.” The claim has been made elsewhere and gone uncorrected.

Meanwhile, Sen. Raphael Warnock remains focused on making good on his promises to all Georgians.

Walker, who was endorsed by Donald Trump last week, told Fox his main platform is to bring integrity and honesty back to this country and back to the state of Georgia.

Herschel Walker registered to vote in Georgia on Aug. 17, listing an Atlanta home owned by his wife, before officially launching his campaign this week.

The suspicion that Herschel Walker's wife illegally voted in Georgia while she was a Texas resident draws attention to Crystal Mason being sentenced to five years in prison for her own controversial vote in 2016.