Herschel Walker Slams Trump for Telling Republicans Not to Vote

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Herschel Walker slams Trump for telling Republicans not to vote, multiple investigations launched into Biden’s Afghanistan pullout, Biden secretly flying migrants into New York late at night, and Trump sues Jan. 6 panel.

Walker: Trump telling Republicans not to vote “is not the right message”

Herschel Walker, the legendary running back running as a Republican for a Senate seat in Georgia, is denouncing comments from former President Donald Trump about voting. Trump recently said that Republicans would not vote in the next two elections if “we don’t solve the presidential election fraud of 2020,” the Daily Wire reported.

“That is not the right message,” Walker said in an interview this week. “I think everyone’s got to get out and vote.”

“You know, we can’t look at the past,” Walker continued. “We can’t continue to look at the past. And that’s what I’ve tried to tell people and, you know, President Trump, I’m very honored that he endorsed me because he know I’m the right man for the job.”

“And I know about this country, and I’m going to go out and fight for this country and fight for the state of Georgia,” Walker added.

Biden’s Afghanistan pullout under multiple investigations launched by State Department

The Inspector-General of the State Department has reportedly launched “a series of investigations” into the pullout from Afghanistan by the Biden administration, the Daily Wire reports.

The memo dated last week was issued by Secretary of State Antony Blinken and obtained by Politico.

According to the memo, the focus is: “The State Department’s Special Immigrant Visa program; Afghans processed for refugee admission into the U.S.; resettlement of those refugees and visa recipients; and the emergency evacuation of the U.S. Embassy in Kabul ‘to include evacuation of U.S. citizens and Afghan nationals.'”

Underage migrants flown into NY in the dead of night by Biden administration

Multiple planeloads of underage migrants are secretly being flown into suburban New York in the dead at night by the Biden administration, the New York Post reported. The charter flights are originating in Texas, the location of an ongoing border crisis. According to sources familiar with the matter, the flights have been underway since at least August.

The NY Post claims it witnessed two planes landing at Westchester County Airport last week, late at night, where most of the passengers de-boarding appeared to be children and teenagers, as well as a small portion appearing to be men in their 20s.

Trump sues Jan. 6 select committee to block records

On Monday, former President Donald Trump filed a federal lawsuit against the Jan 6. Select Committee to block it from obtaining records from his administration from the National Archives, The Hill reported.

“The Committee’s request amounts to nothing less than a vexatious, illegal fishing expedition openly endorsed by Biden and designed to unconstitutionally investigate President Trump and his administration,” according to the lawsuit. “Our laws do not permit such an impulsive, egregious action against a former President and his close advisors.”

“As it relates to any materials being sought in situations like this, where fundamental privileges and constitutional issues are at stake and where a committee has declined to grant sufficient time to conduct a full review, there is a longstanding bipartisan tradition of protective assertions of executive privilege designed to ensure the ability to make a final assertion, if necessary, over some or all of the requested material,” the lawsuit adds.