Walker blasts Sen. Warnock in new ad with female athlete who 'was forced to compete against a biological male'

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Herschel Walker, the GOP nominee running in the Georgia runoff senate race, released a new runoff ad blasting Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock for voting against an amendment that would ban funding for educational institutions that did enable biological men to compete in women's sports.
The ad features Walker with Riley Gaines, a 12-time NCAA All-American swimmer, who shared her story of competing against a real man in a women's swim event.
"For more than a decade I've worked so hard, trained 4am to be the best. But my senior year, I was forced to compete against a biological male," Gaines explained in the campaign ad.
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Walker called the competition "unfair and wrong".
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"A man won the swimming title that belonged to a woman, and Sen. Warnock voted for it," Gaines said, slamming Warnock's vote against Title IX, which barred biological men from participating in women's sports.
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"Warnock is scared of standing up for women athletes," Walker said, before Gaines stepped in to applaud the Republican Senate in hopes of "standing up for what's right."
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Warnock did not respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment regarding the new ad.
In March, Gaines had to face and eventually draw level with real-life Lia Thomas at the NCAA 200-yard championships. The contest quickly garnered national attention, and Gaines joined several Republican candidates on the campaign trail that cycle.
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The involvement of transgender athletes in women's sports is an issue that various GOP candidates have highlighted in their campaigns up and down this cycle, claiming that their Democratic opponents support biological men competing in women's sports while competing with female ones Athletes who have personally experienced defeat in an athletic competition fight against a biological male who identified as female.
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In March 2021, Warnock voted against an amendment aimed at "prohibiting funds made available under Title II to states, local education authorities and colleges that allow any student whose biological sex is male to participate in a specific athletic program or enable a particular activity for women or girls."
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The ad comes just two weeks before Warnock and Walker face off in the December 6 Senate runoff in Georgia.
Herschel Walker
American football player and political candidate (born 1962)
Lia Thomas
American swimmer

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