The apple doesn’t fall far from Herschel Walker’s tree…thank goodness, because Herschel is amazing…and so is his son, Christian.

Mr. Walker was one of the most powerful speakers at the RNC convention.

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Herschel spoke about his 37-year-friendship with President Trump in a touching, and very personal way.

But it’s his son Christian who has recently stolen the spotlight with his not-so-politically-correct-take on the Jacob Blake shooting.

From Western Journal

There is a well-crafted establishment media narrative that police officers routinely shoot suspects as a way to wipe out black and brown folks, and that poisonous lie is currently serving as fuel for violent civil unrest throughout the nation.

But Christian Walker, son of former Heisman Trophy-winning running back Herschel Walker, isn’t having it amid media and leftist outrage over a police shooting Sunday in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Police shot Jacob Blake in the back after the man apparently ignored their commands, walked toward his vehicle and opened the door.

The Wisconsin Department of Justice revealed Wednesday that Blake told police he had a knife in his possession at the time of the incident, and that investigators recovered a knife on the floorboard of his car.

Before all of the facts were in — and fueled by a video of the shooting but not what led up to it — violent protests broke out in the city, while Democratic politicians and leftist bottom-feeders decried the police shooting of a supposedly innocent black man.

Christian Walker had a more accurate — though politically incorrect — take on the matter.

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Christian is right. Grown adults do need to obey police officers. If we can’t do that basic fundamental act, then any type of “law and order” is completely out the window.

But I also think that it’s important for police officers to get back to being equal parts “community ambassadors” and law and order enforcers in hopes of creating stronger bonds with. their communities.

It’s not easy being a cop…in this day and age, I wonder why anyone would want to do it.

God Bless these men and women.


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