Herschel Walker responds to Obama’s snide insults: ‘I’m gonna pray for him because he needs some help’

In the words of legendary musician Charlie Daniels, “the devil went down to Georgia” looking for some souls to steal — at least, in the eyes of some — when former President Barack Obama took his midterm salvation tour to the Peach State in the waning days before the critical elections that will determine whether his party can keep the nation on its current course careening down the road to Hell.

On Friday, the closest thing that the Democratic party has to a superstar turned out to rally the faithful in support of hugely unpopular election denier and gubernatorial hopeful Stacey Abrams and abortion-loving, whitey-hating radical preacher Raphael Warnock, the incumbent senator who is losing ground in a battle for his political life to former NFL star Herschel Walker, the GOP candidate.

The nation’s 44th president took plenty of cheap shots at Walker who he dismissed as “a celebrity who wants to be a politician” and a man who isn’t fit for high office during his stump speech in the Fulton County suburb of College Park.

“Herschel Walker was a heck of a football player, one of the best running backs of all time,” Obama also said. “Does that make him the best person to represent you in the United States Senate?”

In addition to selling the tiresome snake oil about threats to “our democracy,” a talking point hammered repeatedly by Democrats, Obama mocked Walker’s strong support for law enforcement, likening him to “a kid playing cops and robbers.”

Never one to avoid contact during his career as a running back, Walker used Obama like a blocking dummy with his bruising rebuttal, “President Obama was here last night. He said I’m a celebrity. He got that one wrong, didn’t he? I’m not a celebrity, I’m a warrior for God. He got something else wrong, too,” he said, according to a political reporter from the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “Remember two years ago he told us to vote for Joe Biden, didn’t he? He got that one wrong, did he not? He’s lost twice to Georgia already, hasn’t he, so I think he probably needs to sit this one out.”

“I’m sorry to tell former President Obama, I’m sorry, I’m gonna pray for him,” he added. “I’m gonna pray for him because he needs some help. He needs some help because he got with the wrong horse. Senator Warnock is the wrong horse. You know he can’t do the job, and it’s time for him to leave. So don’t let the door hit your butt as you walk out of there.”

Warnock was grateful for he lifeline thrown to him from Obama whose clout with the critical black voting bloc is being leveraged at a time when his former underling Joe Biden has lost his mojo and the racist minister shared an image of his sweaty embrace with the “racial arsonist” with his followers on Twitter.

Walker’s senatorial hopes haven’t dimmed even in the face of a vicious abortion smear campaign and the left’s racist attacks on a figure who represents the one thing that is most despised, a strong, successful, independent thinking black conservative who doesn’t know his place on the great Democratic party plantation.

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