Talk is cheap.
Now, NFL legend Herschel Walker is giving protesters the opportunity to follow-through on their claims.
Many protesters in the streets are championing the idea to "defund the police."
In a Twitter post, Herschel Walker offered to SEND people to countries that don't want the police!
Will anyone take him up on his offer?
I have an idea…For all these people who don’t want any police, I’d love to meet with American Airlines, Delta, and Southwest and make a deal to fly them to countries that don’t have police.
I want them to be happy!
Actions speak louder than words.
Let's see if anyone who wants to defund the police is actually willing to go to a country with no police!
Herschel Walker has clearly been on the side of law and order.
When radicals decided to rename CHAZ to CHOP (to symbolize beheadings during the French Revolution, Walker called on President Trump to take it over.
See Walker's appearance on Fox News below:
People have threatened to leave the country for years.
Celebrities were particularly notable for threatening to leave the country if Trump was elected president.
None of them who have threatened to leave have actually left.
Now, Herschel Walker is offering to send them there!
Fox News confirms Walker's offer:
Former NFL running back Herschel Walker offered to work with airlines to send people who want to defund the police to countries without them.
Walker, who played 12 years in the NFL, took his thoughts to Twitter in response to people who want to eliminate police departments across the United States.
“I have an idea… For all these people who don’t want any police, I’d love to meet with American Airlines, Delta, and Southwest and make a deal to fly them to countries that don’t have police. I want them to be happy!” Walker wrote.
On Sunday, Walker said that he would volunteer to serve as a black leader to help bring members of Congress together with "leaders from all ethnic groups, both left and right, to find solutions."
“We’re civilized people,” Walker said. “Why can’t true congressmen/women and senators get together with leaders from all ethnic groups, both left and right, to find solutions... unless certain people in Washington don’t want to see a change. I’m volunteering myself as one of the black leaders.”
Walker also recently retweeted his son, Christian, on Twitter who said that he doesn’t feel bad for the people who are looting and burning down buildings during the nationwide protests.
As a living NFL legend, millions of people still look up to Herschel Walker.
Will his leadership open the eyes of people who have blindly followed the rhetoric of the Democratic party?
"Defund the police" has become a rallying cry for many on the left.
Fortunately, many on the right have taken the phrase and modified it to "defend the police."
Indeed, the police are necessary to protect a free, civil, and peaceful society!
Black Enterprise also confirms Herscher's comments:
Former NFL player Herschel Walker, who is an avid Trump supporter, has a message for people who “don’t want any police.” He has suggested that he’d offer to meet with airlines to “make a deal to fly them to countries that don’t have police,” according to Fox News.
While the country is debating defunding the police, one of the rallying cries of the many recent protests for racial justice and police reform, many people aren’t even sure what that means. As CNN notes, some activists want a portion of local budgets reallocated from police to social services, while others are calling for the disbanding of police departments in favor of alternative models of maintaining law and order.
Walker was once was a player for the USFL (United States Football League)’s New Jersey Generals, a team that was owned by Donald Trump back in the 1980s. He played at the former Meadowlands Stadium for the Generals for two seasons in 1984 and 1985 before heading over to play 12 more years in the NFL.
If people are not willing to follow-through on their words, then they shouldn't be advocating for harmful change in the first place.
Crime in the United States is near historic lows.
This is directly correlated to the increased staffing of police departments, which began in the 90s.
A thinning out of police departments will make all of us, especially minority communities, less safe.