Herschel Walker had words for presidential candidate Joe Biden after he called Trump supporters, “chumps.” The former NFL star criticized Biden for his rhetoric.
The moment happened on Saturday (Oct. 24) after Trump supporters crashed one of Biden’s rallies in Pennsylvania. Now, Walker is questioning if he heard the presidential candidate correctly. On Twitter, Walker called Biden out and included the hashtag #TRUMPCHAMPS.
Walker wrote, “So [Joe Biden] told us he was for all the people even the ones against him and turned around and called the TRUMP supporters CHUMPS!! Did he stray off the teleprompter on that one? He may have meant CHAMPS…who knows???”
Walker previously criticized the Biden Campaign for not answering rapper Ice Cube. Ice Cube went to both campaigns to discuss racism and economic justice. The Campaign said they would address the issues after the election.
Joe Biden Called Trump Supporters ‘Chumps’
Biden held a drive-in rally in Bristol, Pennsylvania on Saturday (Oct. 24). A group of Trump supporters crashed the event in protest of the presidential candidate. The procession parked outside Biden’s event and attempted to distract from the event. According to Fox News, they honked horns and flew Trump flags in protest. They also started shouting “Four more years.”
The commotion visibly irritated Biden and distracted him. He shared his frustration with the audience, calling the protesters “chumps” on two separate occasions.
“I’m running as a proud Democrat, but I will govern as an American president,” Biden said during the rally. “I’ll work as hard for those who don’t support me as those who do, including those chumps with the microphone out there. Look, that’s the job of the president. The duty to care for everyone. The duty to heal.”
Later, he added that his supporters didn’t behave like the protesters because they had “decency.”
“By the way, we don’t do things like those chumps out there with the microphone and Trump guys,” Biden continued. “It’s about decency.”