Herschel Walker delved into an ancient, mythic debate during a Wednesday stump speech in Georgia.
US Senate candidate Herschel Walker of Georgia delivered a bizarre diatribe about vampires and werewolves during a stump speech in McDonough, Georgia, on Wednesday in a verbose example of the former athlete's ongoing, unorthodox candidacy.
Perhaps it was the "Underworld" film series that Walker was referencing, which detail a mythical war between vampires and werewolves.
Or maybe Walker caught a late-night "Twilight" marathon and decided to engage in the age-old Edward vs. Jacob debate.
It don't even work unless you've got faith," Walker said, after describing a movie scene that involved holy water and a cross.
But neither Walker nor Warnock won 50% of the required vote outright in the election last week, meaning Walker supporters and Georgia voters alike could be in for three more weeks of vampires vs. werewolves. »