Herschel Walker accuses Democrats of 'using race to divide'

Georgia's Republican Senate hopeful unveiled a campaign video in which he tries to demonstrate the rival party's strategy.

The most recent ad released Tuesday by Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker's campaign accuses Democrats, including his opponent, Senator Raphael Warnock of using "race to divide us."

The campaign visual ad plays a clip of Biden saying "You're not black," followed by a clip of Warnock saying "America has a pre-existing condition: It's called racism." In addition, the video shows images of Democrats such as Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, or Vice President Harris.

The latter points to Critical Race Theory, which says that racism is structural in free societies. Harris says, "America has a long history of systematic racism." Stacey Adams says something similar. She talks about the democratically elected representatives of the people of Georgia, and says, "I absolutely agree that he's racist. It's a combination of Jim Crow in a suit and tie."

The ad begins with the line, "Democrats use race to divide us"

"Senator Warnock thinks America is a bad country full of racist people. I think we are a great country full of generous people. Warnock wants to divide us. I want to unite us," Walker says in the video.
The Hill
reviewed that according to Walker's campaign, the ad will air statewide with an ad buy of more than $2 million.

Walker is a candidate who has faced controversy: he was accused of having more children than was publicly known; and he was accused of abusing his ex-wife Cindy Grossman. However, an Emerson College Polling survey gives him a 46% lead in support among voters for the election compared to Warnock at 44%, but this measurement is within the margin of error.

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Herschel Walker was a former soccer running back, bobsleigh and mixed martial arts fighter . Walker is one of the greatest college soccer players of all time, ranked No. 1 by Bleacher Report, 247 sports and Sporting News, and No. 2 by ESPN.