Herschel Walker is asking the tough questions, or shall I say, the dumb questions.
Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker cast doubt on the theory of evolution in recent remarks, saying the fact that apes and humans coexist disproves accepted science.
“At one time, science said man came from apes, did it not? … If that is true, why are there still apes? Think about it,” Herschel said in an appearance at Sugar Hill Church in Georgia on Sunday.
“Now you’re getting too smart for us, Herschel,” lead pastor Chuck Allen responded.
Walker further dismissed scientific progress, saying science “can’t do” the “conception of a baby.”
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“They’re still trying to do that, but they can’t, because there has to be a God,” he said.
Walker is currently the front-runner in the GOP contest to challenge Sen. Raphael Warnock n November.
Walker is a former NFL star who has the endorsement of former President Donald Trump, and he’s outspoken about his Christian faith.
Walker sounds like a man who has taken to many hits on the gridiron.