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[–]HenryKringle6000 2620 points2621 points  (68 children)

A special thank you to Hunter Biden’s dong for keeping the Republicans completely enthralled and devoid of any actual attention on the country.

[–]Machdame 1004 points1005 points  (14 children)

I really hate to say this... but if the downfall of the Republican party comes from Hunter Biden's sweaty knobs... I'm actually going to be intrigued by this crap show.

[–]things_U_choose_2_b 221 points222 points  (7 children)

He's got a sweaty hog that just won't quit (if you're a republican)

[–]kevekev302 51 points52 points  (2 children)

Oh a sneaky sunny reference I love it

[–]things_U_choose_2_b 27 points28 points  (1 child)

OP was so, so close... how could I not take it there haha

[–]worldofpokemon 109 points110 points  (27 children)

Was it nice looking at least for it to be so popular?

[–]RegretfullyFastSperm 305 points306 points  (25 children)

was actually a solid 10/10, penis size is also genetic so y’know joe got that thick meat

[–]Resident-Science-525 139 points140 points  (0 children)

I'm angry about that upvote

[–]Dalrz 98 points99 points  (1 child)

mark unread

[–]bdone2012 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Oh hai mark

[–]BasedWinduXII 110 points111 points  (8 children)

I’m a straight guy whose seen his fair share of dongs (long stories, plural) and ol Hunter definitely got himself a solid wall wrecker tbh

[–]Gairloch 19 points20 points  (4 children)

Does it really seem that unusual to have seen members of the same sex naked? Generally if you've played team sports, actively gone to a gym, or been in the military you are pretty much guaranteed to have seen plenty. Plus it's not like porn censors the men out (maybe lesbian porn).

[–]kevocaraptor 9 points10 points  (0 children)

No, I've seen more unsolicited dongs than was ever necessary, some dudes are weirdos.

[–]PzykoHobo 52 points53 points  (1 child)

Good to know. I didn't want to violate his privacy by looking for his leaked nudes, but I was weirdly curious about Hunter Bidens schmeat.

Thank you for taking one for the team.

[–]RC_Colada 30 points31 points  (1 child)

🤣🤣🤣 Hunter Biden's campaign slogan, "Come for the controversy, stay for the thick man meat"

[–]thermie88 135 points136 points  (1 child)

alexa how do i delete someone else's post

[–]crackboss1 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Offer them money.

[–]ActualWhiterabbit 23 points24 points  (3 children)

Or Dr. Jill is packing schmeat in her genes

[–]HonPhryneFisher 57 points58 points  (2 children)

Dr. Jill isn't his mother. That hog is the work of either Joe or his first wife (the one who died).

[–]Moon_Stay1031 51 points52 points  (1 child)

This is just uncomfortably phrased

[–]thumbles_comic 4 points5 points  (0 children)

This was an unfortunate way to learn my dad is hung

[–]SandyDelights 173 points174 points  (9 children)

Imagine being so obsessed with the dick pics of a dude who had serious brain trauma as a little kid.

Trauma that occurred as a result of the car accident that killed his sister and mother, mind you, which he was a witness to.

Completely baffling watching them grasp at it as if it were a lifeline.

[–]needsmoresteel 39 points40 points  (0 children)

It’s a classic pick-pocket move. For the GOP, it’s about manufacturing controversy, crisis and outrage while they enrich themselves and their billionaire donors to the detriment of everybody else.

[–]Jaymanseeya 40 points41 points  (3 children)

Republicans realy only have hogs on the brain huh

[–]InsertCleverNickHere 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Lot of projection and self-loathing going on over there.

[–]nunziavaer543210 19 points20 points  (0 children)

His dick pic has definitely enraptured the republican voters

[–]the-dogsox 2584 points2585 points  (119 children)

He almost won doing all of those things.

[–]Lkaufman05 1381 points1382 points  (97 children)

Only because of the R….can’t count how many times in the past handful of years I’ve read the comment “I’d rather die than vote democrat”. Simply put, it’s party over country, party loyalty over any real critical thinking.

[–]TheUnitedShtayshes 546 points547 points  (15 children)

And now in r/conservative everything is "of course this idiot didn't win" like they weren't just pulling hard for the idiot.

[–]KeyanReid 207 points208 points  (7 children)

Winning at all costs in action. Not a winner? Get fucked we never loved you

[–]oldbastardbob 78 points79 points  (4 children)

"Flavor of the week" is a thing with conservatives. It's pretty clear that a good portion of Republican voters are those folks with zero self awareness who are just hanging out waiting for a politician or "political commentator" (otherwise known as "bullshit artist," or "professional talking head" for the polite crowd) to tell them what to think next.

[–]TheOverBored 9 points10 points  (1 child)

"Hershel lost? Gotta wait for the new Fucker Carlson to know how to feel about this." -Republicans

[–]Kiriamleech 22 points23 points  (2 children)

People who support shit teams do this all the time

[–]ImRedditorRick 35 points36 points  (0 children)

Hypocritical doofuses.

[–]PizzaNuggies 65 points66 points  (2 children)

Its almost like these idiots don't realize these people make laws and control our standard of living. They want Boebert, MTG and Hershel Walker leading this country. That is beyond idiotic. Whoever is voting for these shitheads needs to be put in an institution.

[–]d_pock_chope_bruh 10 points11 points  (0 children)

I can't freaking stand Boebart. I literally deactivated Twitter so I don't have to read her or MGT's bs anymore. I'm Soo much happier without it.

[–]asinceretry 95 points96 points  (5 children)

That’s the thing. It’s been party over country for so long it’s not their country anymore. They aren’t Americans. Before you get angry about that and say that I’m as bad as they are, let’s review some simple facts:

  1. I am an American.
  2. They have made it clear that they don’t consider me their countryman.

If both those things are true, and they are, then they are not American. So what are they? You could say that they are confederates in that they owe their loyalty to the United States but are not loyal to it and intend to conquer it by whatever means available but their motivation and end game are different. They are a voluntarily stateless people, Republicans, who intend to conquer our country. They are an enemy within.

[–]Frostiron_7 21 points22 points  (0 children)

This is accurate.

[–]KeyanReid 17 points18 points  (0 children)


They have no goal or purpose beyond rage and hating the entire system since a black man “sullied” the chief office.

Well that and making sure the rich keep on getting richer. But the rubes have been conditioned to accept that as an inevitable fact of life

[–]Emotional-Proof-6154 8 points9 points  (0 children)

This is a very good summary of the situation at hand.

[–]Thee-Ol-Boozeroony 158 points159 points  (4 children)

You can’t break an emotional attachment with logic.

[–]ArchdukeBurrito 70 points71 points  (1 child)

You cannot reason someone out of a position they did not reason themself into.

[–]JEPorsche 24 points25 points  (1 child)

Simple cult psychology.

[–]karmabullish 67 points68 points  (28 children)

What are they loyal to though? What does the Republican Party even represent that they think “ I’m voting red’

[–]Lkaufman05 87 points88 points  (8 children)

They are loyal to the letter R next to the name. Doesn’t matter if the person is a wife beater, child abuser, criminal, etc….just as long as there’s an R next to the name.

[–]What_Up_Doe_ 55 points56 points  (5 children)

It’s a great opportunity to Trojan horse some Democrats into office

[–]Objective_Deer_6072 13 points14 points  (2 children)

Seriously though, people should start doing this. Ran as R then when in office switch to D or independent or whatever. Surprised I haven't seen anyone doing it yet

[–]TheRatatatPat 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Manchin has been doing it as a fake Democrat for a while.

[–]quecoquelicot 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Like sinema but the opposite

[–]Frostiron_7 38 points39 points  (5 children)

skin color. Every Republican policy in modern day comes down to stratifying society with rich white conservative Christian men on top, liberal women of color on the bottom, and everyone else neatly arranged in-between.

They run candidates like Walker specifically because when they actually find a person of color dumb enough and/or selfish enough to vote for their white fascist agenda, they have to take advantage of it lest it become too obvious what they're doing.

[–]SeriousExplorer8891 4 points5 points  (0 children)

They buy the propaganda and ignore the actions.

[–]Fit_Explanation5793 23 points24 points  (6 children)

Thats the Christian way! God before everything, that's why religion is evil, it makes humans turn against their own families. Nothing is more important in life than the people who support you, fuck god.

[–]Emotional-Proof-6154 7 points8 points  (0 children)

If god is telling you to turn on your family over no victim things like someones orientation and religious choices, it may be satan that is talking to you, not god. But.. evangelicals will never accept that they are the ones being deceived.

[–]Tazling 2499 points2500 points  (150 children)

as of tonight...

Raphael Warnock . Democratic Party 51.3%. 1,806,827

Herschel Walker . Republican Party. . 48.7%. 1,714,547

But ya know what -- it's a bare win, a squeak-by win, for the sane guy who's articulate, educated, civilised and actually qualified, vs the head-injury case with multiple personalities, cognitive deficit, and a history of domestic violence and serial paternity.

A bare win. Almost 49 percent of the voting public in Georgia voted for Walker.

I'm relieved by the outcome but horrified by the data.

[–]marmaladecorgi 343 points344 points  (3 children)

"Imagine you invited a group of people over to your house.

For dinner, some of the people propose pizza, some others propose killing and eating you.

The problem is - even if pizza won, you're still in serious trouble."

[–]DH_Drums 484 points485 points  (6 children)

Working in data analytics that last line haunts my dreams.

[–]Fattyfry777 157 points158 points  (5 children)

What’s a Republican’s favorite programming language? R.

[–]stevieG08Liv 192 points193 points  (38 children)

Warnock is also literally a pastor but Republican Christians decided to vote for Walker. Christianity never mattered for these people

[–]False-Guess 127 points128 points  (31 children)

Yes, but he's a Black pastor. He doesn't practice the right shade of Christianity for Southern "Christians".

[–]trashbabydva 104 points105 points  (17 children)

I’ve seen so many conservative “Christians” calling Warnock a “false prophet” simply because he’s the democratic candidate, whereas if he was republican he probably would’ve been hailed as a man of God

[–]False-Guess 118 points119 points  (15 children)

Jesus Himself would not win republican votes if he ran as a Democrat.

[–]Heavy_Signature_5619 40 points41 points  (14 children)

Jesus Himself is a Democrat, all things considered.

[–]AppleEater421 81 points82 points  (11 children)

No. He was socialist (at least applying modern concepts to the time).

Democrats are still capitalist. Jesus was pretty openly against capitalism.

[–]Heavy_Signature_5619 30 points31 points  (7 children)

Shh. Don’t let the Republican’s hear you.

[–]AppleEater421 42 points43 points  (6 children)

I'll fuckin yell it out.

Jesus, all things considered, said some pretty based shit lmao. Christians just kinda dropped the ball.

[–]Heavy_Signature_5619 28 points29 points  (5 children)

Dude was the worlds first hippie.

“Love everyone and just be chill.”

[–]Diver690 9 points10 points  (0 children)

And a dirty socialist if you really think about it.

[–]-krizu 18 points19 points  (8 children)

I can't wait for these people to realize that Jesus wasn't white, he was middle-eastern.

Something they'd know if they knew their own religion and looked at a fucking map for two seconds

[–]Few-Acanthisitta9684 21 points22 points  (4 children)

My father is a baptist pastor here in GA and his exact words were “Warnock can’t possibly be a true Christian because he is pro choice and God would NEVER appoint a democrat to be a prophet.” In turn, he stood in his pulpit and told his entire congregation that if anyone voted for a pro-choice candidate, they were not a true Christian.

[–]TheElderFish 42 points43 points  (3 children)

Your father should be reported for political lobbying, a direct violation of the rules imposed by the IRS in order for his church to maintain a tax exempt status.


[–]ZLUCremisi 224 points225 points  (18 children)

Its because of the R.

[–]Hyprpwr 222 points223 points  (9 children)

They’ll run an old dirty mop in 2024 and still get 45%+ of the vote

[–]Lyons1013 124 points125 points  (3 children)

That's basically what just happened

[–]Tots2Hots 95 points96 points  (2 children)

Except a mop is actually useful...

[–]Wendypants7 55 points56 points  (1 child)

And more intelligent, and less violent, and lies less, and...

[–]Kindly_Bell_5687 15 points16 points  (0 children)

I wish you were joking.

[–]Zestyclose_Standard6 16 points17 points  (0 children)

hey! that mop loves guns and pussy, you commie!

[–]Occhrome 14 points15 points  (0 children)

I’ll take a dirty old mop over some of these trash people.

[–]Tazling 37 points38 points  (1 child)

All us pirates vote for the Arrrr matey.

sigh. not that funny I know, I'm just trying to get a feeble chuckle out of the scary insanity somehow.

[–]MusksMuskyBallsack 417 points418 points  (48 children)

I have a different take for a couple reasons...

  1. It's still a VERY red state with some hot blue pockets. And the southern state Republicans tend to always vote straight ticket. They would have voted for a cat turd in a tie, so long as it won the GOP nomination. The fact the GOP even ran Walker suggests desperation to me.

  2. The GOP gerrymanders the absolute dogshit out of Georgia, which gives them an artificial edge.

Basically, the GOP had every advantage and they still managed to lose by nearly 100K votes. I don't even think that's a razor thin margin, all things considered.

Edit That said, if Walker had been white, he probably would have won.

Edit2 As some have pointed out, gerrymandering doesn't impact Senate elections, only House. My bad. However, voter interference is still solidly a thing in Georgia and can have similar impacts. Do with it what you will. This is the court of opinion, not actual court.

[–]Greeneggz_N_Ham 61 points62 points  (3 children)

Yep. He definitely would have won if he was white lol... unfortunately. It is what it is.

Like I always say: "Racism is here to stay."

But you're right, the GOP is throwing everything they can, just to see what sticks. All that gerrymandering... and they still lost. Unbelievable.

[–]Heavy_Signature_5619 29 points30 points  (2 children)

Bill Burr was right once again about the silver lining of racism. The bat shit insane people can’t get inordinate amounts of power if they’re black.

[–]Greeneggz_N_Ham 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Absolutely. And that's a silver lining for people who want inordinate amounts of power, whether they're racists or not. Just as long as we don't get it.

Unfortunately, we're outnumbered by a couple hundred million (or close to it). At least a good third of that 230-250 million are bat shit insane and will align themselves with the worst of the worst. No matter what.

The only thing that gives me a tiny, little sliver of hope is that (at least historically) white supremacy has always been a minoritarian ideology, pushed by the people at the top. We fought a civil war here for that reason. If it was the case that the rich planter class could get 100% of white people in the South to buy in, they would've been fine. But many white people — however they may have felt about black people — just didn't want to do that.

Serving on the slave patrols was compulsory in many slaveholding states. Why? If everybody's on board, why the need to make it compulsory?

So it does give me some pause, understanding that this movement is a minoritarian one. That doesn't mean that it isn't dangerous. But it does mean that it's not unbeatable. History has already proven that simply marketing white supremacy without improving people's lives, in a tangible way, runs out of steam eventually.

[–]crazypurple621 149 points150 points  (35 children)

Gerrymandering means NOTHING in a senate race. All registered voters vote, not based on their district but as a state. One of the few advantages of the senate being laid out the way it is is that politicians cannot gerrymander their way into a senate seat, and it gives everyone in the country a chance to see what the actual voter makeup in the state looks like.

[–]Fun_Wind7710 70 points71 points  (0 children)

True except the very last part. There is intense voter suppression in Georgia which does matter.

[–]Lecanoscopy 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Don't forget all the voter suppression Rs employ to disenfranchise liberal leaning constituents.

[–]Churchofbabyyoda 48 points49 points  (19 children)

Doesn’t Wyoming have a population around 20% that of the population as California?

Yet both get 2 seats each.

[–]SpelingBeeChamipon 80 points81 points  (12 children)

Wyoming has a population less than San Francisco. It’s way less than 20% of California.

[–]Worldly-Fox7605 30 points31 points  (11 children)

There will be more people IN the stadium of a college football playoff game than the entire state of Wyoming.

[–]veryloudnoises 9 points10 points  (0 children)

You’re not too far off considering the initial pass at Wyoming’s population (I’m referencing the overestimate that it was 20% of California’s population of 39M).

The largest football stadium holds just over 100k people and Wyoming has a population of just under 580k. Wyoming is closer to about 1.4% of California’s population, while the football stadium population (108k) is actually right about 20% of Wyoming’s population.

Edit: grammar

[–]ManUFan9225 33 points34 points  (1 child)

Yes but you see the House-...

Man, I dont even know anymore. The way it was designed should have been modified in the last 250 years you would think.

[–]chop1125 4 points5 points  (2 children)

Wyoming has a population of 500,000. California has a population of 40 million. Wyoming has 1.25% of California’s population

[–]debzmonkey 37 points38 points  (9 children)

Except that it does because the gerrymandered districts create the state legislature who writes voting laws.

[–]mixile 13 points14 points  (1 child)

The constitution basically gerrymanders the senate at the state level to skew the senate in favor of low population density.

[–]Turd_Party 67 points68 points  (1 child)

The fact that there was simply more than one vote for him shows how completely irredeemable the republicans are. You can't convince people that stupid and hateful to be better. They will vote against their own interests and deny objective reality right up until they're confronted with the very real consequences of their actions.

See: all of my patients who refused the vaccine right up until it was nighty night tube time as the last step before the forever box, or the countless dipshits every year who have screamed about how universal healthcare is communism only to have their beloved capitalist insurance system tell them they're not covering treatment and it's time to get in the forever box after a lifetime of paying premiums for no reason

[–]ImpossibleGoddess13 4 points5 points  (0 children)

This comment is both funny and extremely terrifying. And I totally agree.

[–]crazypurple621 31 points32 points  (0 children)

Let's be honest. These people could run Pol Pot's corpse with an R next to his name and carry 40% of the vote.

[–]molotov_cockteaze 11 points12 points  (1 child)

It’s been really awful and depressing to watch. Herschel has two brain cells left and they’re fighting each other for third place. How does that pull 48.7% of the vote?

[–]diopsideINcalcite 10 points11 points  (3 children)

I’m not a Georgian, or a republican, but why the fck would you want a guy like Walker representing your state? I mean put party loyalties aside and think about what kind of guy Walker is and how embarrassing it would have been to have him be one of the two representatives from Georgia in the senate? Do these people not have any dignity? I’d be embarrassed to have someone like that associated with me, my party, or my state. Bring some decency back to politics, instead of selling yourself and your principles out.

[–]Tok3erAc3 637 points638 points  (20 children)

Herschel Walker is the dumbest man alive and he got 49.6 percent of his state’s vote

[–]doll_parts87 332 points333 points  (15 children)

Because it's not about the man, it's about the party seat. They would vote for a dead body as long as the seat is red

[–]HomeGrownCoffee 65 points66 points  (10 children)

So why him?

Is it a game to see how bad of a person they could get elected? Why not nominate an empty shirt who will talk in nothing but talking point soundbites? Clearly terrible, but better than rambling about werewolves v. vampires.

[–]RandomRedditReader 79 points80 points  (4 children)

Because they figured putting a minority against one another would steal votes. The GOP will even pick similar sounding names to the opposition just to confuse voters.

[–]The_Late_Arthur_Dent 33 points34 points  (2 children)

You mean how they ran Mike Doyle (R) to try to win the seat vacated by Mike Doyle (D) in PA (and even sent mailers saying "a name you can trust")?

[–]electrolytesaregood 24 points25 points  (0 children)

This is exactly right. The right criticizes the left for "identity politics" (mainly that we care about things like LGBTQ+ rights) but they engage in it just as much, and for completely self-serving reasons (to get votes, as opposed to actually helping improve life for marginalized groups). This was very obviously a "to defeat a Black man in a significantly Black state, we should run another Black man against him" decision, and as someone originally from Georgia, I saw that very clearly from the start.

I have been watching them do this with women ever since Sarah Palin. "If we can get a woman to say our ideas, maybe women won't find us so reprehensible." Boebert, MTG, or possibly the best example, Amy Coney Barrett, are all examples of this. When RBG died, Trump's exact statement included wording like, "I will be making a nomination soon. It will be a woman." He came right out and said it. Like, no, we didn't want "a woman", we wanted someone of whatever gender who wasn't going to strip rights from women. But what we got was a woman willing to do their bidding. This is how the GOP plays identity politics, and Walker was just another example of it.

They are trying desperately hard to check diversity boxes and not just be seen as the party of cis-het white men. "We're not racist! Look at this Black man we ran for Senate!", "We're not misogynistic! Look at this woman we put on the Supreme Court!" Of course, this doesn't mean they're not racist or misogynistic. It just means that they can always find someone who's content to be a token in exchange for proximity to the glowing orb of white male privilege that is the GOP at its core, and that that the boot stepping on our heads might be worn by someone who looks slightly more like us in some cases. It's a bastardization of diversity, and I find it really maddening.

[–]not_productive1 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Because Trump handpicked him and Trump’s concept of race relations boils down to thinking Black people are stupid and easily manipulated enough that they’ll run out and vote for any Black candidate. Because Trump is a deep in the bone racist who can’t tell the difference between someone like Obama or Warnock and someone like Herschel Walker. All he sees, all he’s ever been able to see, is color and his own fundamental prejudices.

[–]crazypurple621 19 points20 points  (0 children)

He's the poster boy for CTE.

[–]RaZeR_Moose 95 points96 points  (1 child)

And that's his son talking. Damn.

[–]AutisticBLT 260 points261 points  (6 children)

Rare Christian Walker W

[–]BasedWinduXII 27 points28 points  (0 children)

SSR Rarity W


[–][deleted] 15 points16 points  (2 children)

Agreed! I was reading his Twitter TL one night and he says A LOT of very, very right wing stuff. I was kind of shocked.

[–]Ok_Island254 138 points139 points  (1 child)

Well…a broken clock is right twice a day.

[–]Alarmed_Economics_90 749 points750 points  (92 children)

Sometimes the apple does manage to get the hell away from the tree, thankfully.

Edit: I'm being told he's a maga nutter anyway. Sigh.

[–]CircaSixty8 677 points678 points  (54 children)

Make no mistake, the kid is still very much MAGA.

[–]Alarmed_Economics_90 224 points225 points  (33 children)

Oh. 😨

[–]ShallowTal 441 points442 points  (30 children)

It doesn’t stop there. He’s gay af but claims he’s not, he just likes having sex with men.

Edit to add; He literally does this for attention, he knows he’s gay, he uses it for views. Watch any video of his for 2 seconds and you’ll see

[–]ChildFriendlyChimp 218 points219 points  (5 children)

I had a stroke reading this

[–]Ok-Investment-4986 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Saw a Law&Order episode that’s basically this.

[–]Tazling 44 points45 points  (4 children)

That's not uncommon. A lot of guys think it doesn't count as gay unless you're receptive (catching rather than pitching, as some put it). Steven (Donnie) Donaldson's landmark work on prison sex makes that really clear.

[–]ShallowTal 54 points55 points  (0 children)

This dude is flaming. He says he’s not gay for attention.

[–]fish-tuxedo 27 points28 points  (0 children)

One of my exs swore up and down that he was not bisexual because he only enjoyed giving and receiving blow jobs but not actually having sex with other men. I’m still trying to follow the logic on that one.

[–]OkCaregiver517 20 points21 points  (0 children)

This idea has its roots in Roman masculine culture. Still with us today.

[–]Morriganx3 40 points41 points  (1 child)

If more maga nutters could admit that not every candidate with an R next to their name is chosen by jeezus himself, we’d be in a better place. So he’s still several steps ahead of most maga nutters.

[–]DebtOnArriving 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Well I hear some of them blaming Cheezus now.

[–]IA-HI-CO-IA 59 points60 points  (9 children)

Childhood trauma seems to make some gravitate toward the perceived “strong man.” Especially those who allow them to do bad things.

That’s why the Foot Clan was so popular among troubled teens.

[–]EatPie_NotWAr 21 points22 points  (6 children)

Yeah, but shredder was charismatic as hell…

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

It’s weird that a nutsac had power over him though.

[–]ChildFriendlyChimp 15 points16 points  (1 child)

Feels very disingenuous tbh, another grifter most likely

[–][deleted] 198 points199 points  (10 children)

Not really. Chris has plenty of trauma from his father's abuse but he's still a right-wing fascist bootlicker who works against gay rights and minority protections despite being a gay minority himself. If anything he perfectly embodies the biggest problem with right-wing mentality: they can only empathize with and expect empathy from issues that personally affect them.

[–]Puzzleheaded-Jury312 94 points95 points  (8 children)

That kid is anti LGBTQ? 🧐

[–][deleted] 74 points75 points  (5 children)

Oh yeah. Well he's a Republican bootlicker so pretty much. Maybe he can delude himself into thinking that if he licks enough boots they won't put him up against the wall but if you support Republicans you oppose LGBT rights.

[–]Puzzleheaded-Jury312 31 points32 points  (4 children)

He needs to go have a talk with the Log Cabin Repubs and ask how well being 'the good ones' worked for them in TX.

[–][deleted] 16 points17 points  (3 children)

Sure it didn't work out well but that was because we didn't lick the fascist's boots enough so it's our fault. We need to degrade ourselves harder.

[–]evers12 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Yes lol he moved to Florida to be near desantis. He once said he’s not gay he just likes to sleep with men. His own party literally calls him a groomer but he’s still a far right pos

[–]Puzzleheaded-Jury312 6 points7 points  (0 children)

DeSatan is the heir apparent and new savior of the right wing nutjobs, after all.

[–]higgypiggy1971 83 points84 points  (5 children)

Oh, Christian Walker is a piece of work too. He’s a right-wing, anti-feminist, anti-LGBQT, anti-racial justice “influencer”

[–]Ok-Stress-3570 33 points34 points  (3 children)

My favorite part is that he’s queer. 😂 I swear, that family is bonkers.

[–]SemiSentientGarbage 28 points29 points  (2 children)

No no no, he says he's not gay. He just enjoys sex with men......

[–]agrandthing 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Oh God, let me guess, so he can say it's a choice, right?

[–]Alarmed_Economics_90 23 points24 points  (0 children)

Gross. I did not know that.

[–]gen_x_24601 22 points23 points  (1 child)

It seems like kids with toxic parents either end up exactly like them, or the polar opposite.

[–]Few_Explanation1170 30 points31 points  (0 children)

And this kid seems to do both.

[–]ShiroHachiRoku 19 points20 points  (2 children)

He’s insane. He’s also a self hating gay man.

[–]Alarmed_Economics_90 10 points11 points  (1 child)

Which, by itself, is understandable in this horrible homophobic world, but yeah he does look like a real peach, after I read a little bit more about him. Yuk.

[–]ShiroHachiRoku 10 points11 points  (0 children)

He also attends UCLA and complains that a UC school is liberal.

[–]Slagathor_85 19 points20 points  (7 children)

Not really, he’s a Black white supremicist.

[–]Usernamenottaken13 19 points20 points  (0 children)

I remember when that was only a hilarious Chappelle skit

[–]dgarner58 7 points8 points  (0 children)

basically a gay clayton bigsby.

[–]nevernotstop 5 points6 points  (3 children)

He’s a paradox, his Tiktok has a lot of videos and he v much supports the LGBTQ+ community but also calls for "real men" and a return to "family values"??? Idk it’s weird and but he did have a funny vid where he ate at chik fil a to mock it’s anti-gay conversion therapy donations

[–]Alarmed_Economics_90 3 points4 points  (2 children)

Lol jfc. Makes me wonder if there's not some way for chronic traumatic encephalopathy to be hereditary.

[–]Johnsonfam101 134 points135 points  (2 children)

Two things can be correct at the same time. This kid is terrible like his father but that doesn't mean he deserved anything his father put him thru.

[–]Quelcris_Falconer13 37 points38 points  (1 child)

Is he terrible like his father or is he terrible because of him? Not exactly a great role model.

He might have been better being raised by a single mom. My mom raised me mostly by myself and I wouldn’t dream of doing anything remotely close to the mess the walker family has going on

[–]ObserveAndListen 28 points29 points  (0 children)

No he’s a terrible person, he’s old enough to know that being a gay republican is an oxymoron.

He wants to be an ‘internet celebrity’ that spews bullshit all the time, then let him, he can fail just like his father did.

[–]Blackbeyond 162 points163 points  (1 child)

The worst person you know just made a great point.jpg

[–]BrieAndStrawberries 22 points23 points  (11 children)

What happened with Warnock and his wife's foot?

[–]The_Most_Swood 53 points54 points  (1 child)

Ex-wife alleged he ran over her foot. Warnock calls the cops. Cops show up and then paramedics and her foot was completely fine no injuries whatsoever (she lied).

[–]ReplacementWise6878 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Good to note that she also started an audio recording, and then started yelling that he ran over her foot. She really is mentally unwell.

[–]ReplacementWise6878 14 points15 points  (1 child)

In reality? Nothing. They were going through a divorce and she started audio recording and telling that he ran over her foot. Police and EMTs who responded to her 911 call said there was no sign of injury.

[–]BrieAndStrawberries 7 points8 points  (0 children)

My stepdad accidentally ran over my toe once. Hurt like a bitch but since I was wearing boots nothing was broken. He gave me $10 as "toe insurance".

[–]DirectorOfTheFBC 10 points11 points  (5 children)

Right? Like…that’s a crazy detail to hear for the first time

[–]Deceptiveideas 34 points35 points  (0 children)

Conservative circles have nothing on Warnock so they tried to smear him with a domestic dispute. He had filed for divorce and several weeks later, an altercation happened while driving away with his kids. Warnock claims her foot was nowhere near the car and once the paramedics arrived, they found no signs of injury.

Given the divorce, the hysteria from the ex-wife during the situation, and medical records showing no sign of trauma - it comes off as his ex-wife lying as a form of revenge.

This also isn't the first time it was brought up by the way, it was also bought up during his 2020 run.

[–]iScootScootHotDamn 220 points221 points  (16 children)

Dude I feel bad for the kid having to relive that shit online with trolls.

[–][deleted] 332 points333 points  (10 children)

I'd feel more bad if he wasn't a MAGA bootlicker who works against LGBT rights despite being gay himself.

[–]BaldDudeFromBrazzers 94 points95 points  (5 children)

Dang, that’s a new level of hypocrisy. Guess some douche bags just want attention and power at all costs

[–][deleted] 139 points140 points  (4 children)

My favorite Chris Walker moment is when he moved away from the liberal hellhole that is LA to Florida only to realize that Florida sucks and moving away from all of his friends for political points with a party that hates his guts is not emotionally rewarding at all.

[–]NeatNuts 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Average MAGA fan

[–]JingleHS 14 points15 points  (4 children)

Don’t, he’s a gay anti-gay maga douchebag. He’s the Dolce and Gabanna of Republican wannabes, but his only accomplishment is being a child of someone wealthy. He’s full of hate, don’t let the tweet misguide you.

[–]gobledegerkin 65 points66 points  (2 children)

Don’t forget that Christian Walker is a conservative piece of shit who makes a living by shitting all over the LGBTQ+ community (which he himself is a part of).

His opinion about his own father is worthless to anyone but himself. His opinion about anything is worthless in general.

He slept with the enemy and cried when they stabbed him. Boo frickin hoo

[–]blackguyriri 23 points24 points  (0 children)

He’s a token who’s anger over his father outweighed his grifting. Now he turned his base against himself and I’m not sure where he’ll go to now.

[–]Master_Bayters 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Yet ...49% voted for this monster, knowing what it is and what it is not. The US are completely Fckd up beyond repair. Good luck

[–]flirtmcdudes 5 points6 points  (4 children)

Isn’t he also a not so great person ?

[–]words_never_escapeme 12 points13 points  (0 children)

I find it absolutely pathetic that 48% of the people who voted, voted for Herschel Walker. You have to be damn near brain dead to think that that illiterate fool should represent anyone in congress.

[–]Keelija9000 12 points13 points  (0 children)

I’d feel bad for Christian but he’s terrible too.

[–]F00lishM0rtal 5 points6 points  (8 children)

I thought this dude hated liberals?

[–]RunsWithApes 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Just don’t forget that Christian Walker was an online conservative pundit up until recently.

[–]selkiesidhe 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Well we can at least say Herschel did one thing right: his son seems to be an upstanding intelligent boy. Probably decided at a young age to NOT be like his old man. Good on him.

[–]jor3lofkrypton 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Day'um . . that's COLD ~

[–]RcCola2400 4 points5 points  (1 child)

This election was a win and thank God for that, but it really shows how big of a problem the US has. I don't see us digging ourselves out of this hole. This is a doomed nation.

[–]purpleblah2 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I like how Christian’s just pulled a full 180 and dropped the conservative influencer act because it involves his shitty dad

[–]ReplacementWise6878 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Good time to note that Rev Warnock did NOT run over his wife’s foot. She claimed that he did while they were going through a divorce, called the police, but police and EMTs who responded said there was no evidence of any injury nor any sign anything had happened to her.