After officially becoming the Republican Senate nominee for Georgia, a new ad campaign has been unleashed against Herschel Walker.

Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Georgia) wasted no time in criticizing Walker as he pointed out fake Covid-19 cures touted by Walker when the pandemic started.

In the ad, Walker is seen on a podcast with right-wing host Glenn Beck talking about a cure for Covid-19 that Walker claimed had with him during the interview. “Right now, you know what, I’m gonna say something I probably shouldn’t,” he said. “Do you know right now, I have something that can bring you into a building that would clean you from Covid as you walk through this dry mist.”

“As you walk through the door, it will kill any Covid on your body. When you leave, it will kill the virus as you leave,” Walker continued. “This here product – they don’t want to talk about that. They don’t want to hear about that.”

The ad explains that Walker was claiming a body spray as a cure for Covid-19.

At the end, the text reads, “Is Herschel Walker really ready to represent Georgia?”

The Georgia elections are expected to be the most expensive in the country as the costs of advertising and campaigning reach record-breaking numbers.

Walker, a political newcomer, has faced several damaging accusations before and is considered a risky investment for Republicans.

Walker has been accused of stalking a former cheerleader and threatening several of his exes and has claimed that evolution can’t be real.

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