Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Georgia Herschel Walker joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to talk about how people in the U.S. are suffering because the Biden administration is not playing any defense at the Southern border.

“I think anyone can say that we’re not doing anything at the border. We’re not even playing. We’re not even in a game. And I think that’s what is so sad. Right now, fentanyl is coming across this border. And I saw a stat that so far they’ve caught ten tons of fentanyl coming across the border, and that’s able to kill every American 13 times over. And yet, they don’t want to pay attention to the border because they want to talk about calling me names. They want to talk about whether to rename the Braves. That’s not important. Right now, Halloween is coming up and I want every mom out there to know that, hey, look after your kids. Make sure that they’re going to be getting real candy and not getting fentanyl. At the same time, I want to say, guys, men shouldn’t be in women’s sports. They want to talk about things like that. I want to talk about this economy because right now, I’m from a little town where people can barely afford milk and eggs.”

Plus, Herschel explains why Senator Raphael Warnock’s position on abortion is too extreme for the people of the Peach State. To hear what else he had to say, listen to the podcast!