Walker believes that we can do what we wish to do. Retired NFL running back Herschel Walker on Monday blasted celebrities who claim African Americans are persecuted. Pointing to his own story. Like a poor black kid from South Georgia who went on to express his country in the 1992 Olympics.
Walker, 58, made the comments on a Twitter post in which he expressed that people are BLESSED to be living in the United States.
Walker’s two-times Pro Bowl choices in the NFL, said it was integrity for him to express the U.S. while taking part in the Olympics in 1992.
I started thinking, this poor Black kid from South Georgia got a chance to show the United States of America as I have been listening from many people saying that we are oppressed as per Walker. Moreover, I am here to tell you that you are not.
So, all the performers all the sportswomen out there that are saying to these people about Americans Africans are persecuted. well, we are not. We can do whatever we wish to do, expresses Walker.
The retired NFL champ noted that at the Olympics, he saw numerous countries that had the jealousy for the United States of America. After that, he heartens viewers at the time when they go to the voting booth upcoming month.
Remember the American way: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, so many freedoms the people are having.
The 2020 elections are coming. And that is the reason to vote for Donald Trump. Vote for a Republican. Because I am telling you, let’s note hurl our country so far. Let’s vote for those freedoms we have in the United States of America. Walker continues to state that.