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Raphael Warnock, the radical Democrat politician seeking to unseat incumbent Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler, is allegedly a domestic abuser, or at least according to his ex-wife.
Police bodycam footage aired for the first time on national television Tuesday on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” shows Warnock and the ex-wife, Ouleye Ndoye, speaking with officers following a domestic dispute that occurred in March of this year.
During a “heated argument” between the couple, Warnock allegedly ran over Ndoye’s foot while trying to drive away with their children in his backseat.
In the video, Warnock denied his then-wife’s version of events.
“So I’m like move, and she won’t move, and she’s keeping the door open. So I’m like, ‘Chloe, just stay in the car.’ And I move, and I close my car door, get in the car and I start to move slightly thinking she’s clear. And I barely move, and all of a sudden she’s screaming that I ran over her foot. I don’t believe it,” he said.
But according to Ndoye, it was all an “act” from someone trained to deceive.
“I want to file a report. This man’s running for the United States Senate, and all he cares about right now is his reputation. I work at the mayor’s office, and this is a big problem. I’ve been trying to be very quiet about the way he is for the sake of my kids and his reputation,” she rebutted.
“I’ve tried to keep the way he acts under wraps for a long time, and today he crossed a line. And so that is what is going on here. And he’s a great actor. He’s phenomenal at putting on a good show.”
Watch the full report below:
Warnock wound up facing no charges from the altercation.
“Warnock wasn’t charged with a crime and an officer said in a police report that medical officials didn’t find visible signs of injury in the foot. … The report said Ouleye Warnock was able to wiggle her toes and that Grady Hospital first-responders were ‘not able to locate any swelling, redness, or bruising or broken bones,’ The Atlanta Journal-Constitution notes.
During an interview with AJC immediately after the incident last spring, Warnock said, “It didn’t happen.” Ndoye meanwhile referred questions to her lawyer, divorce attorney Randy Kessler.
“Kessler said her legal team has been ‘working hard to resolve the divorce out of court and are still hoping to do so soon’ but didn’t comment further,” the outlet reported.
The divorce was eventually finalized — and reportedly sealed — two months later.
Despite Warnock never being charged, Carlson believes the incident really happened.
“That woman is believable,” he bluntly said Tuesday.
Loeffler has likewise suggested that she too believes there may be some legitimacy to the story by retweeting the FNC segment and also issuing a statement saying the voice of Warnock’s ex-wife “deserves to be heard.”
“This man is running for the U.S. Senate… I’ve been trying to be very quiet about the way he is for the sake of my kids and his reputation… he is a great actor. He is phenomenal at putting on a really good show.” pic.twitter.com/vdbbntiZLZ
— Kelly Loeffler (@KLoeffler) December 23, 2020
.@SenatorLoeffler: “Domestic abuse is a very serious issue, and this new body cam footage is certainly difficult to watch. Georgians deserve answers to these very serious allegations, and his ex-wife’s voice deserves to be heard.” #gapol #gasen pic.twitter.com/iOBrfxF136
— Greg Bluestein (@bluestein) December 23, 2020
Warnock’s campaign meanwhile has blamed Loeffler for the story gaining traction.
In a statement, his spokesperson reportedly she she’s “spent her entire campaign attacking Reverend Warnock and has now stooped to a new low of attacking his family.”
“While she continues to wage her pathetic and dishonest campaign, Reverend Warnock will keep fighting for the people of Georgia who Kelly Loeffler left behind,” the spokesperson added.
In reality, Warnock and his far-left media allies have “spent [his] entire campaign” trying to deflect meaningful criticism and observations by screaming “racism!”
“Her attacks on her opponent Rev. Raphael Warnock echo a 150-year history of fearmongering,” The American Prospect, a far-left magazine, has claimed.
The New York Times, The Washington Post and virtually every other establishment outlet has posited the same dubious claim over Loeffler’s otherwise completely typical campaign ads against her Democrat political opponent.
Likewise, these outlets have all abstained from providing in-depth reporting on the March incident, preferring instead to run defense for the Democrat candidate.
They’ve also downplayed his history of controversial remarks, from his sermons against Israel to his sermons about the U.S. military.
I hate evil. Does that make me guilty of hate speech?
Yet this Dem gets away with real hate and crickets? Call him out on it! @ReverendWarnock is hateful.
Dem in Georgia runoff preached ‘nobody can serve God and the military’ in controversial sermonhttps://t.co/4FeFAlt0hV
— I STAND WITH TRUMP 🇺🇸 (@Sassy_Jeanie) November 19, 2020
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