Georgia faces a double run-off election for both seats representing the state in the US Senate. The stakes are high. If Republicans lose we could have one-party rule, like the kid that gave us Obamacare. And one Democrat is pro-Castro and anti-law enforcement.
Raphael Warnock, a Progressive Democrat, is running against incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), for the junior US Senate seat representing Georgia. Warnock was an assistant pastor at Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York in 1995 and has been the senior pastor at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta since 2005.
Recently, the lone voice of true conservatism left at FOX News, Tucker Carlson, took a deeper look into the piety of Warnock. What he found was a rabid anti-law enforcement activist who possess a hatred for the police.
“He’s called them thugs, he’s compared them to violent street gangs,” Carlson said, adding, “At one point he said police officers ‘often’ pose a ‘danger’ to children.”
Carlson went on to quote Warnock’s official campaign website, which says “police terrorize people every day.”
In 1995, when Warnock was an assistant pastor at Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York Cuban dictator Fidel Castro was welcomed and invited to give a speech to the congregation. Castro received a warm welcome from the congregation – including Warnock, including rhythmic chants of “Fidel! Fidel! Fidel!”
Warnock also defended President Obama’s spiritual mentor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, when he proudly proclaimed “God Damn America” in a sermon. Warnock has called Wright a “prophet.”
Sen. Loeffler’s communications director, Stephen Lawson, issued a statement saying:
Raphael Warnock celebrating Fidel Castro and welcoming him to his church is just the latest example in a long line of his radical, far-left, socialist positions…Georgians need someone like Kelly Loeffler who has a record of results creating jobs and opportunities for hardworking families – not a radical Socialist who cozies up to brutal dictators.”
The special run-off election is slated for January 5, 2021. Loeffler and US Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), split the Republican vote on November 3. Together their vote total was 45.86 percent to Warnock’s 32.9 percent.