Herschel Walker's son Christian Walker, also known as the gay conservative who gives reductive takes on the Democrats for clout on his Instagram, was at it again with his unsolicited opinion on Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
Walker tweeted a remarkably insensitive statement about the situation in Ukraine, where several people are thought to be dead after Putin launched an invasion earlier yesterday.
And since Walker invited the question "is it bad?" several people flocked to his post to tell him: unequivocally, yes. That is bad.
Walker has consistently drawn negative attention to himself by, among other things, calling Black people "racist" and Black Lives Matter "ghetto" (Walker is Black) and wearing a $2000 sweatshirt while complaining that he paid too much money for oil at the pump.
But in this time of crisis, folks from around the internet united on the message that this was not the time to make light of a serious situation.
Walker then doubled down on his POV by blaming "Democrat cities" and their crime rates, all the while insisting that he truly did not care about Ukraine:
Which, again, was roasted at 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
Walker's father, Herschel, is challenging Raphael Warnock in the Senate race in Georgia in 2022 to wrest control of the Senate back from the Democrats.
Can the Senate afford a Senator whose own son openly dismisses the lives and well-being of 40 million Ukrainian people?