In a television ad airing across Georgia beginning this week, Republican Herschel Walker slammed his Georgia Senate opponent Raphael Warnock (D-GA) for sowing racial division. The ad features Warnock, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, Presidng election integrity bill passed last year.
“America has a long history of systemic racism,” Harris claims in the ad.
“You ain’t black,” Biden is featured saying in the ad, a flashback to the now-infamous comment Biden made ahead of the 2020 election during an appearance on the Breakfast Club. During the interview Biden said, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”
Lastly, the ad features Warnock saying in a sermon, “America has a preexisting condition. It’s called racism.”
“Sen. Warnock believes America is a bad country full of racist people. I believe we’re a great country full of generous people,” Walker says in the ad. “Warnock wants to divide us. I want to bring us together.”
Walker continues to hold a slim lead over Warnock, according to a poll published Thursday.
The Fox 5 Atlanta and Insider Advantage poll found Walker three points ahead of Warnock, 47 percent to 44. The numbers suggest Walker, a well-liked Georgia football legend, has picked up momentum heading into the final couple months of the race.