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Watch: Jennings And Camarota Sparred Hard Over The Unfounded Hershel Walker Story …WOW

The DailyBeast ran a story that no other sources will confirm that Georgia Candidate Hershal Walker once paid a woman to have an abortion.

The woman is not named and there is nothing that backs up the claim. Walker says that the whole thing is a lie.  We are here in the 11th hour of midterms and it’s pretty understandable that no one is buying the story.

CNN’s Scott Jennings tried to explain common sense to his fellow co-hosts saying, “I tell you how Republicans—at least a lot of Republicans are analyzing the situation, though, and that is it’s in October, it seems to be a little nebulous what happened here. And you know, it feels like a lot—like an October surprise. So you’re going to see Republicans discounting it for that reason.”

He continued, “Then there’s the macro argument of, you know, at the end of the day is Herschel Walker’s candidacy perfect? No. Neither is Raphael Warnock’s. There’s a simple question which is who’s going to run the country, is it going to be Democrats running the country in full, or are Republicans going to get a seat at the table by winning one or both chambers? So that issue may trump any personal trepidations they have about an individual candidate in Georgia or anywhere else for that matter.”

Co-host Alisyn Camerota clearly missed the point. We are too close to election day to start running with unfounded stories, on any party. Jennings, who I normally can’t stand, was just trying to tell his liberal buddies that if they want anyone to believe them they have to bring the facts,

Camerota was lost saying, “Walker has a track record of not telling the truth about his past. He hasn’t fully explained how many kids he had, owned up to, he’s talked about his college education which turned out not to be true. He’s talked about him having been involved in law enforcement, which turned out not to be true. I could go on. He has a long track record of saying untrue things. So you’re saying that in this situation, you believe him?”

It was clear by this point that the network had a narrative and the hosts were intentionally missing the point. The crew continued to argue while the message was essentially lost.

Before the 2020 elections, Hunter Biden’s laptop surfaced, and the powers that be hid the grimey details until after the elections had passed. The laptop came with a witness, the poor repairman who lost his livelihood trying to expose the truth, and enough printed evidence to pull the Biden family into question—Though it was silenced by big tech, reportedly at the order of the FBI.

This is not the left’s laptop. They’re bringing nothing out. Naming no names. Absolutely no one is falling on the sword to air the truth. No one is silencing them.

It bull until someone produces the proof. Even then, after everything that has happened over the last two years—I don’t think it would even matter.

Watch:

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Transcript
SCOTT JENNINGS: Yeah, he denies it. The Daily Beast hasn’t printed her name. I find it interesting that no other media outlet will confirm the reporting either. So I don’t know what the truth here is. I tell you how Republicans—at least a lot of Republicans are analyzing the situation, though, and that is it’s in October, it seems to be a little nebulous what happened here. And you know, it feels like a lot—like an October surprise. So you’re going to see Republicans discounting it for that reason. Then there’s the macro argument of, you know, at the end of the day is Herschel Walker’s candidacy perfect? No. Neither is Raphael Warnock’s. There’s a simple question which is who’s going to run the country, is it going to be Democrats running the country in full, or are Republicans going to get a seat at the table by winning one or both chambers? So that issue may trump any personal trepidations they have about an individual candidate in Georgia or anywhere else for that matter.

ALISYN CAMEROTA: Scott, do you — this isn’t the first time that Herschel Walker has said — let me put it this way, Herschel Walker has a track record of not telling the truth about his past. He hasn’t fully explained how many kids he had, owned up to, he’s talked about his college education which turned out not to be true. He’s talked about him having been involved in law enforcement, which turned out not to be true. I could go on. He has a long track record of saying untrue things. So you’re saying that in this situation, you believe him?

JENNINGS: No, I’m saying I don’t know what the truth is. I’m saying the Daily Beast has run a story which nobody else will confirm, including CNN, by the way, and Herschel Walker says it’s not true. I don’t know what the truth is. But I will tell you this, there are a lot of Republicans out there saying in a worst-case scenario it is true, and Herschel Walker did pay for an abortion. You know what, Raphael Warnock wants to pay for all of them and up to the moment of birth. And so is this a perfect candidacy? No—

[crosstalk]

CAMEROTA: What? I don’t think that’s right. Scott. I don’t think—Scott, that’s just not true. Raphael Warnock has never said he wants to pay for abortions up to the moment of birth. That is not true.

JENNINGS: He has voted—he has absolutely voted for unlimited abortion access—full stop. That is a true statement. 100 percent true. He did it earlier this year.

CAMEROTA: Yeah, but the idea that there are abortions happening into the moment of birth is just not true, Scott. As you know. I mean, that’s just—that’s a—

[crosstalk]

JENNINGS: You and I have argued about this before. But the bill that Schumer put on the floor this year which Warnock voted for, all the Democrats except for a couple voted for, absolutely had no limits on access to abortion. And so—

CAMEROTA: That’s different.

JENNINGS: If you’re a pro-life Republican and you’re looking at these two situations, I’m telling you, that’s how you would analyze it.

CAMEROTA: That’s different, Scott. That’s fear-mongering what you’re describing. But I do want to move on. Because I know this is about—well, it is, Scott. I mean, that’s just not happening. That’s not happening.

JENNINGS: It’s not! I’m describing a bill that was voted on in the United States Senate. How is it fear-mongering to describe a bill that—

CAMEROTA: You’re describing a frightening horror situation that’s not happening. But let’s move on, back to the politics of this.

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