‘Cuckoo Cray Cray’: Navarro Mocks Herschel Walker After Speech Comparing Himself To A Werewolf

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Brianna Lyman News and Commentary Writer
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ABC’s “The View” host Ana Navarro mocked Republican Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker as crazy during Friday’s episode.

The panel was discussing Walker, whose race is headed to a runoff. Walker and Warnock failed to reach 50% of the vote in the November election, with Walker receiving 48.7% of the vote while Warnock received 49.2% of the vote.

“When the opposition is – this is the worst part of Herschel Walker is his lack of ability with his family and everything else,” co-host Sarah Haines said. “It kind of makes the equal opportunity on the other side.”

“I don’t know if that’s the worst part of Herschel Walker,” Navarro said. “There’s so many to pick from. Yesterday I saw a clip of a speech he was giving where he was talking about bats and werewolves.”


In the speech Walker compared himself to the werewolf and his opponent, Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, as the vampire. (RELATED: Walker Hauls In $3.3 Million As Candidates Prepare For Runoff)

“This guy is so cuck-koo cray cray that his lying hypocrisy is one of the lesser problems with him,” Navarro said. “He claims to graduate from college, which he didn’t.”

“He worked in law enforcement, which he didn’t. Remember that little badge? He claimed he owned the largest minority-owned chicken business in the United States. He didn’t.”

Walker campaigned as a pro-life and pro-family advocate while Warnock campaigned on healthcare and abortion rights. Walker’s race was marred with accusations that he “pressured” an ex into having an abortion despite being pro-life. Walker also had to defend his use of a sheriff’s badge, telling NBC it was “a legit” honorary badge from him hometown department.