The Democrats’ control in the Senate is extremely thin.
The party knows they could easily lose control in the 2022 midterms.
And Chuck Schumer is shook by this football legend about to wreck Democrats’ Senate majority.
The 2020 election was filled with “craziness” and the Georgia Senate special election in January this year only added to it.
Radical leftist Raphael Warnock won his Senate seat by an incredibly slim margin.
Given it was a special election, Warnock isn’t sitting easy in his Senate seat and is up for reelection.
It’s looking like Georgia could once again decide the fate of the United States Senate.
To make it even more interesting, football legend Herschel Walker has entered the race.
Walker was a star running back for the Georgia Bulldogs with loads of long-time fans in the Peach State.
Donald Trump is a friend of Walker’s going back years and the former president encouraged the retired football legend to jump in the U.S. Senate race.
Herschel Walker’s status as a football superstar is sure to earn him votes the everyday candidate wouldn’t get.
Of course, the support of Donald Trump likely means Walker will have a good financial backing, which is key in any Senate race.
Raphael Warnock on the other hand, has a record as terrible as it is short but what people do know of him is that he’s one of these most radical liberals in the Senate to date.
Warnock famously called for the Major League Baseball All-Star game to move out of Atlanta in response to the new Georgia election integrity law.
There is no doubt this move will come back to haunt him given that it led to $100 million in lost revenue for the city of Atlanta and lost jobs for many of the residents.
Despite Biden’s disastrous first term in office, Warnock continues to support him.
Republicans have a real chance with Walker in the race to defeat the radical Warnock and swing control of the Senate.
If things continue the way they are, Herschel Walker may easily stride into that Senate seat.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on developments in this ongoing story.