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Herschel Walker hit with horrible new evidence

The Comeback logo The Comeback 11/30/2022 Kevin Harrish
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Former Georgia Bulldogs star running back Herschel Walker is currently battling incumbent Raphael Warnock in a run-off election for Georgia’s senate seat following the nation’s most combative election of the 2022 midterms. Walker has gotten himself into some hot water after he received a $1,500 tax credit on a home outside Dallas, Texas, intended only for primary residences, leading to questions about whether he lied about his residency to get on the Georgia ballot. And new evidence suggests that might be the case.

Herschel Walker claims to have lived in Georgia for 17 years. However, according to documents obtained by The Daily Beast, the home he claims to be his official address isn’t even owned by him – it’s solely owned by his wife, Julie Blanchard – and it was rented out to someone else in both 2020 and 2021, before Walker announced his senate campaign.

“The rental income, which was earned between 2020 and 2021, suggests the Walkers had not only not been living in Georgia before his campaign, but hadn’t used the home for anything but a passive cash stream,” Roger Sollenberger of The Daily Beast wrote. “That further complicates the variegated story that Walker—a Georgia native and former Dallas Cowboy who has lived in Texas since stepping away from the NFL in the 1990s—has told about his relationship to the state he is now vying to represent in Washington.”

Back in January, Walker outright admitted multiple times that he actually lives in Texas, which is obviously a problem for a candidate trying to represent Georgia.

[The Daily Beast]

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