Brain-damaged and mentally ill (dissociative identity disorder) Trump crony/joke Herschel Walker moved to Georgia at Trump's behest to run for Raphael Warnock's Senate seat. It's not easy to understand a word he's saying but Warnock's campaign made a new ad out of a bizarre chat Walker had with Glenn Beck about COVID 2 years ago.
As best I can tell, this is what he babbled: "You know what, Glenn, I'm gonna say something I probably shouldn't. Do you know right now, I have something that can bring you into a building that would clean you from COVID as you walk through this dry mist. As you walk through the door it will kill any COVID on your body. When you leave, it will kill the virus as you leave this here product. They don't want to talk about that. They don't want to hear about that."
Chris Cillizza wrote that "It's not clear what product Walker is referring to, as it could be dangerous for a person to walk through a disinfecting spray or mist that kills the coronavirus. Walker's comments evoke the pitch made by then-President Donald Trump in April 2020, when he suggested that ingesting disinfectants or sunlight might help patients battling Covid-19. The new Warnock ad serves as a stark reminder of how incredibly untested Walker is-- and what a massive gamble the former football star represents for Republicans in what is widely expected to be one of the closest and most expensive Senate races in the country this fall. Walker has never before run for elected office. He hadn't lived in Georgia for years before launching his bid for Senate last year."
He also noted that "More recently, Walker has run into trouble when asked for his views on issues, most notably guns. Here's what Walker told Fox when asked about the mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and what, if anything, he believed should be done about it on the legislative front: "Cain killed Abel and that's a problem that we have. What we need to do is look into how we can stop those things. You know, you talked about doing a disinformation... what about getting a department that can look at young men that's looking at women, that's looking at their social media. What about doing that? Looking into things like that and we can stop that that way. But yet they want to just continue to talk about taking away your constitutional rights. And I think there's more things we need to look into. This has been happening for years and the way we stop it is putting money into the mental health field, by putting money into other departments rather than departments that want to take away your rights."
It's hard to imagine that even in rural Georgia whitest precincts-- even among people electing Marjorie Traitor Greene, Andrew Clyde, Jody Hice and Barry Loudermilk-- voters want someone like this representing them in the U.S. Senate. Well... not that hard. If they're looking for the least woke candidate on the planet, Trump appears to have found him for them.