Campaign advisers to Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker are crestfallen, worried, and even angry, with internal messages from them showing that many don’t feel their candidate has what it takes to be a senator.

According to a report from The Daily Beast, many inside the Walker campaign are sick and tired of being tossed from one crisis to another with the bizarre and contradictory things the candidate tells them and the public:

When Herschel Walker’s campaign aides approached him this winter to discuss whispers that Walker had a secret child, the Georgia GOP’s Senate candidate told his campaign the rumors were false.

Walker’s aides already knew he was lying.

Things have gotten so bad that many inside the campaign infrastructure have lost all trust in Walker:

Emails and texts show advisers discussing how they don’t trust Walker—both to tell the truth to them and to handle campaign events properly—and harboring concerns that he isn’t mentally fit for the job.

He spouts falsehoods “like he’s breathing,” this adviser said—so much so that his own campaign stopped believing him long ago.

“He’s lied so much that we don’t know what’s true,” the person said, adding that aides have “zero” trust in the candidate. Three people interviewed for this article independently called him a “pathological liar.”

This latest report comes just days after new polling showed that Walker has fallen behind incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) by 10 points, suggesting a trend that will only get worse as November draws closer. The latest numbers show Warnock with 54% support to Walker’s 44% with a 2.5 % margin of error.

The lies Walker has told were easily debunked, including his assertion that he had been an FBI agent (untrue), had graduated from college with honors (Walker holds no degree or college diploma), and even claimed that former president Donald Trump never said the 2020 election had been stolen.

One campaign aide described Walker and his Senate bid in the following way:

“It’s like a shitshow on a train in the middle of a wreck.”

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