Another woman has come forward to say Herschel Walker, a Republican Senate candidate, drove her to a clinic & paid her to have an abortion.

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Herschel Walker has denied the claims that he paid for a woman’s abortion in 2009 and promised to sue the news outlet.

Herschel Walker : Gloria allred | High school teacher

The former pro and college football star called the allegations “gutter politics and disgusting.” Republicans hope Walker’s race would contribute to regaining the Senate’s majority.

However, Herschel Walker’s eldest son had some negative things to say about his father on Twitter after the news was published. Walker’s son accused him of hypocrisy and violence in a series of tweets.

Herschel Walker’s son, Christian Walker, tweeted that he knows his mom and would appreciate it if Herschel Walker stopped lying and embarrassing them. He added that Herschel was not a “family man” and left his family, threatened to kill them, and forced them to move more than six times in just six months because they had to run from his violence. 

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A second woman has come forward to accuse Herschel Walker, the Republican Senate candidate in Georgia who has compared abortion to murder, of pressuring her into getting an abortion three decades ago.

In a press conference held by celebrity attorney Gloria Allred on Wednesday in Los Angeles, the anonymous woman claimed that, when she was carrying his child, he demanded she terminate her pregnancy, going so far as to take her to an abortion clinic to see it through. “I don’t to believe Herschel is morally fit to be a U.S. senator, and that is the reason I am speaking up and providing proof,” she said.

Herschel Walker : Gloria allred | High school teacher

Appearing on a blank screen on Zoom to protect herself from what she feared would be reprisals, the woman said she was romantically involved for six years with Walker during his NFL days, hopscotching from game to game with him while he was married to his first wife.

She learned she was pregnant in April 1993, when the two were living in Dallas and he played for the Cowboys. Walker, according to Allred, gave her cash to pay for an abortion, but when she arrived at a clinic, she was overcome with emotion and left.

The woman said Walker was upset she did not go through with procedure and, the next day, drove her to a clinic and waited outside until it was done. An apologetic note from Walker followed, according to Allred, but he immediately distanced himself from her.

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Walker’s piece, titled “School choice is gateway to the American Dream,” explains he had a speech impediment as a child and struggled in school. 

“I was embarrassed to speak up in class or to ask my teachers for help, so my grades suffered,” Walker wrote. “I lived in fear of what my classmates might do or say to me next on the playground.” 

Support from family and coaches helped him improve his grades, he said. 

“With the help of God, my parents, teachers, and coaches, I went from having some of the worst grades to being one of Johnson County’s best students,” Walker wrote. “As a product of public education, I was able to achieve the American dream because of all the support I had. Unfortunately, this is not the case for many kids living in lower-income communities.”

Walker went on to star as a running back for the University of Georgia football team, where he won a Heisman Trophy as the nation’s top college football player in 1982. 

Walker paraphrased former President Donald Trump, calling education the “civil rights issue of our day.”  

“More than 3.3 million students across America attend charter schools, and over half are black or Hispanic,” Walker said. “In my home state of Georgia, we have scholarship programs that give kids from Bankhead to Buckhead access to a quality education.”

By Rishabh

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