Herschel Walker Sends Message About the Donald ‘Trump Train:’ ‘Keep the Faith’

by Quentin Blount
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Former NFL running back Herschel Walker is being vocal on social media yet again. This time, he is telling his fellow supporters of President Trump to “keep the faith.”

The former Heisman Trophy winner is a longtime friend of President Donald Trump. As a result, Walker is an outspoken Republican and has long supported Trump’s re-election in 2020.

“They didn’t bring us this far for the Trump Train to run out of gas, so keep the faith,” Walker wrote on Twitter.

The former Dallas Cowboys player has been extremely vocal in tweeting criticisms in light of the 2020 election. For example, earlier this week he sent a tweet where he calls on the Supreme Court to “step in and uphold our Constitution.”

“These are tumultuous times! America needs the Supreme Court to step in and uphold our Constitution,” Walker says on Twitter. “Too many state & local judges have violated our voting rights! #LEADERSHIP

Herschel Walker Urges Americans to Stand Strong

Walker took to social media again a couple of days ago to encourage Americans to stand strong. Walker, who often uses his social media accounts to convey politically fueled thoughts, set his sight on the COVID-19 pandemic. In a video posted on Twitter, Walker urges people to stand up against political figures who want pandemic lockdowns.

“Together we stand divided we fall,” he captions the post. “What’s good for one is good for all.”

The former All-Pro running back starts off the video by calling out governors and mayors, saying they “break their own rules.”

“I was noticing all these governors and mayors of these great cities are locking you down,” he says. “They are giving you rules and stuff while they break their rules. If they are great leaders, why don’t they lock themselves up?”

Walker, who appears to have just finished an intense workout before the video, calls out the hypocrisy of leadership under lockdown.

“Their kids can go to these private schools,” he says. “They can go out to eat at these nice restaurants but they are telling, ‘No you can’t.’ What’s good for one is good for all. I think we got to remember that.”

Walker concludes the one minute and 35 second video by asking viewers what would come of America without a constitution.