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    "Dry mist"


    JFC. No danger of science overdose with those people.
  • Oooooh!  Where do I get me some of that!

    /Farking nutjob
    //Won't be representing me if I can help it
  • Yahoo! misquoting the Daily Beast quoting the Washington Post:
    Now, this man is running for office by the way. The Post wrote Walker is expected to face Sen. Ralph Warnock in Georgia's Senate contest...

    It's Raphael Warnock.

    As for Walker, at times I feel a little sorry for him. He was used starting with playing high school football in Wrightsville, Georgia.
  • He seems entirely unqualified to be a Senator, which means that he'll manage to squeak out a victory against Warnock thanks to Georgia's voter suppression efforts, or the Secretary of State will mumble something about allegations of voter fraud and just hit the "I Win" button for Herschel Walker.
  • He's so farking delusional he shouldn't be a GOP candidate for the Senate. He should be the GOP candidate for President. He's exactly what the GQP wants.
  • Uhhh, there is no such thing as a "dry mist" you stupid motherfscker.
  • GoodHomer: He's so farking delusional he shouldn't be a GOP candidate for the Senate. He should be the GOP candidate for President. He's exactly what the GQP wants.


    Aside from making up anti-covid aerosols, the former Dallas Cowboys running back is currently facing allegations of threatening to kill two women, one of them being his ex-wife, reported the Post. That didn't seem to hurt any of his political support. The Post reported that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell had concerns about said allegations but endorsed Walker anyway.
  • jst3p: Uhhh, there is no such thing as a "dry mist" you stupid motherfscker.


    Err - yeah - there is actually.  It's a common disinfection system for health care environments etc. using hydrogen peroxide.  I mean he's still a dumbfark, yeah - but there is absolutely such a thing as a dry mist disinfection process in general.

    Examples here: Dry Mist Disinfection Systems
  • Hmmm.

    Looks like he may be being mentored by a huckster. Someone who grifts. And lies. Lies a lot.

    Now who would take advantage of this poor half-witted man like that?
  • An absolute side note, saying that Mr. Walker was a former NFL player does a disservice to his time in the USFL. His time spent playing for the NJ Generals and the talent he brought to the *entire* league cannot be overlooked.

    There must have been a reason for a talented player like him in a viable league would go belly up in only three years. But for the life of me I cannot put my short finger on it.
  • HighOnCraic: GoodHomer: He's so farking delusional he shouldn't be a GOP candidate for the Senate. He should be the GOP candidate for President. He's exactly what the GQP wants.

    Aside from making up anti-covid aerosols, the former Dallas Cowboys running back is currently facing allegations of threatening to kill two women, one of them being his ex-wife, reported the Post. That didn't seem to hurt any of his political support. The Post reported that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell had concerns about said allegations but endorsed Walker anyway.


    McConnell is smart.

    Americans always elect an Al Capone. Always. When the shiat hit sthe fan, they don't turn to the police, they turn to another Al Capone wannabe. The GOP always backs the one elected and the wannabes.
  • A Walker spokesperson initially defended the image as not being anti-vaccine, but "clearly an anti-mandatory vaccination graphic," adding that "Herschel unequivocally opposes antisemitism and bigotry of all kinds."

    No he doesn't. He's a farking Nazi like everyone else who is Republican now. He's a farking douchebag Nazi. He never stood up for any minorities. He never even stood up for other African Americans. He's just a selfish piece of shiat. He always was.
  • Bennie Crabtree: HighOnCraic: GoodHomer: He's so farking delusional he shouldn't be a GOP candidate for the Senate. He should be the GOP candidate for President. He's exactly what the GQP wants.

    Aside from making up anti-covid aerosols, the former Dallas Cowboys running back is currently facing allegations of threatening to kill two women, one of them being his ex-wife, reported the Post. That didn't seem to hurt any of his political support. The Post reported that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell had concerns about said allegations but endorsed Walker anyway.

    McConnell is smart.

    Americans always elect an Al Capone. Always. When the shiat hit sthe fan, they don't turn to the police, they turn to another Al Capone wannabe. The GOP always backs the one elected and the wannabes.


    The only time in recent history they didn't follow that outline was directly after Nixon.

    But they traded one criminal racist in for another when Reagan came along and the pattern resumed.
  • I have a feeling most of what we hear from Walker will be via press releases and spokesmen.

    They can't possibly let this moran talk freestyle.
  • Stop promoting the mentally ill as candidates for office. They have enough problems to deal with already.
  • The GQP eclipsed the "You'd get laughed out of Hollywood with that script" level of insanity four years ago, yet around 80 million people remain totally on board.  A couple on are the Supreme Court - sleep well!
  • nicholas m schumacher: An absolute side note, saying that Mr. Walker was a former NFL player does a disservice to his time in the USFL. His time spent playing for the NJ Generals and the talent he brought to the *entire* league cannot be overlooked.

    There must have been a reason for a talented player like him in a viable league would go belly up in only three years. But for the life of me I cannot put my short finger on it.


    He thought the Generals were DUE!
  • edmo: "Dry mist"


    JFC. No danger of science overdose with those people.


    OMG. It's Gold Bond.
  • It would be sad, except the dark money king-makers of the GOP met with him, heard him speak fanatical fibs, and decided he was their guy.
  • jst3p: Uhhh, there is no such thing as a "dry mist" you stupid motherfscker.


    He couldn't get the word "aerosol" out in time. "Dry mist" was closest in his damaged brain.
  • HighOnCraic: nicholas m schumacher: An absolute side note, saying that Mr. Walker was a former NFL player does a disservice to his time in the USFL. His time spent playing for the NJ Generals and the talent he brought to the *entire* league cannot be overlooked.

    There must have been a reason for a talented player like him in a viable league would go belly up in only three years. But for the life of me I cannot put my short finger on it.

    He thought the Generals were DUE!


    I cannot express how much I love and hate that comment right now. Especially since the Generals never actually made it far in the post season ever.
  • I'm so conflicted about this guy. On one hand there is cause for sympathy as he's obviously not mentally ok (just ask his good friend senator John Lewis, the greatest senator in American history...yeah). Buuuuut then absolutely fark that idiotic violent jackass. The not-so-surprising tragedy is the GOP is so craven they just assumed Georgia will vote for him because he's Black, for what little voting will actually matter in this farked up state. I can't believe we're almost definitely going to lose Warnock to this *waves exasperatedly*. So much worse than when Tommy Potato-town beat Jones in Alabama. The Suburban Spudster doesn't know what the branches of federal government are but he kind of knows the difference between the House and Senate...probably, maybe...oh my god we're so farked.
  • Oh, Herschel, buddy, put your kid out front. Let him be your hype man. Especially in those backwoods areas of Georgia you are going to have to campaign in. Yeah, let him open the show.
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