On December 6th, Georgia voters will once again go to the polls to choose their state’s next U.S. senator, following a November general election that was somehow too close to call. That Republican Herschel Walker won 48.5% of the vote, compared to the incumbent Raphael Warnock49.43%, could indicate that the candidates are of equal “quality” and that both would make fine congressmen who would do well with Georgia. Of course, that’s not the case at all, and suggesting that they’re equally good options would be like asking someone, “What do you want to do tonight? Should we order something with us and watch this new show everyone is talking about? Or would you rather I burn your house down?”
In Warnock, voters have a candidate who believes that all people should have rights, be able to make decisions about their own bodies, have access to health care and not die in mass shootings. The campaign staff hasn’t told reporters he’s a pathological liar who lies like he breathes, and when he talks people don’t think about things like Jesus this guy does Donald Trump sound eloquent.
As for Walker, well … we’ll let his recent comments speak for themselves.
Take, for example, his comments from earlier this week, where he touched on vampires and werewolves, telling people that while he once wanted to be a vampire, he changed his mind and wanted to be a werewolf:
Or his incomprehensible side about Democrats and bikes:
Or his election night story about horse shit:
Or…whatever this was: