Herschel Walker hit with another abortion allegation

Atlanta, Georgia - An unidentified woman alleges that pro-life Georgia Republican and Senate candidate Herschel Walker pushed her to get a second abortion, which she refused.

An anonymous woman is claiming that pro-life Republican politician Herschel Walker tried to urge her to have two abortions.
An anonymous woman is claiming that pro-life Republican politician Herschel Walker tried to urge her to have two abortions.  © Megan Varner / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP

The same woman who revealed receipts from an abortion that she alleged Walker urged her to get and paid for back in 2009 now claims that it happened more than once.

She told the New York Times that she got pregnant a second time in 2011, and that Walker pushed her to get the procedure again.

She refused, and now has a 10-year-old son who she claims hasn't seen his father in over six years.

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"As a father, he’s done nothing," she explained to the outlet. "He does exactly what the courts say, and that’s it."

While she has presented evidence to her claims, Walker says he doesn't know her, and says the allegations are an attempt to make him lose his race for Senate.

"He has to be held responsible, just like the rest of us," she added. "And if you’re going to run for office, you need to own your life."

The scandal has forced many to call into question Walker's credibility and staunch stance as a pro-lifer.

Trump putting his super PAC behind Walker

Herschel Walker is currently in a neck and neck race for Senate with his Democratic opponent, Raphael Warnock. The winner of the race will ultimately go a long way in deciding which political party will control the Senate.

The GOP, meanwhile, continues to be fully behind Walker. Senator Rick Scott will be flying to Georgia on Tuesday to help campaign for Walker, and former president Donald Trump's MAGA super PAC is spending tons of money to help save the former football running back's campaign.

Georgia voters will head to the polls on November 8.

Cover photo: Megan Varner / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP

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