NYT’s Racist Attack Against Herschel Walker

Source: Town Hall
by Larry Elder

“No, New York Times writer Ian Prasad Philbrick did not call Georgia U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker, as I was called by a Los Angeles Times writer, ‘the black face of white supremacy’ — but Philbrick came close. Philbrick wrote: ‘For a lot of African Americans, Walker puts on display a lot of the worst stereotypes that white conservatives in the South harbor toward them …. When I follow Walker to those kinds of events, we’re really the only two African Americans there.’ Let’s start with ‘we’re really the only two African Americans there.’ I know nothing about Mr. Philbrick’s racial background, but from his photo he looks about as ‘African American’ as Mitt Romney.” (11/17/22)