Herschel Walker

Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker has a suggestion for Americans who want to defund the police. The star NFL running back wants them to pack up and move to countries where they would not have any police protection. However, if that is what they want, that is what they can get and he’s offering to help them get out of here.

Herschel Walker Backs The Police

The Former Dallas Cowboy doesn’t have patience for people who want to dismantle or financially disrupt our police departments.

As a conservative, he recognizes the police put their lives on the line every day to protect us. They are often treated poorly and right now they are under attack. They cannot be defunded. 

The Hollywood left and some politicians are leading the charge to leave police officers even more vulnerable. For those of us who depend on and respect our heroes in blue, this is an obvious nightmare. Herschel Walker understands this.

In fact, he also volunteered to meet with leaders in Washington:

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“I have an idea… For all these people who don’t want any police, I’d love to meet with American Airlines, Delta, and Southwest and make a deal to fly them to countries that don’t have police. I want them to be happy!” Walker wrote in the tweet below.

Herschel Walker Takes Joe Biden To Task On Race Relations

As extremist agitators continue driving wedges to cause racial tensions leading up to the election, the former college football standout isn’t sitting by silently. 

The running back also took Joe Biden to task. The presidential wannabe said last week that George Floyd’s death had a greater impact than Dr. Martin Luther King’s.

Walker called out Biden for that outlandish comparison as well as Biden’s poor career on race relations. 

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No Sympathy For Rioters And Looters

In addition, Walker also retweeted his son Christian’s message about how he has no sympathy for people who rioted and looted following the death of George Floyd. 

“My dad grew up in the deep south as a poor black man and turned himself into an notable athlete, business man, and person,” the younger Walker tweeted. “No, I don’t feel bad for ‘oppressed’ people who run around burning buildings down. I’m not sorry I’m grateful for my country/the opportunities it’s given me.”


Herschel Walker understands the opportunity he has been afforded by living in this great country. So he capitalized on that opportunity by working hard and not playing the role of a victim.

While victim culture appears to be very en vogue with the call to defund the police, we will be leaving innocent people vulnerable and creating actual victims. 

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