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Can the bi-partisan Christian base in Georgia save America from radical Raphael Warnock?

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It’s become a moral race to the bottom within the Democratic Party in increasingly purple Georgia this runoff season. Everywhere you look, the deterioration of the Judeo-Christian values that originally “made America great,” years before triggered liberals would ascribe a negative connotation to that phrase, is on full display in plain sight.

The recent release of police body-cam footage of a domestic dispute involving Warnock and his ex-wife, Ouleye Ndoye, just begins to scratch the surface on the larger picture of a man that was also arrested for interfering during a police investigation of abuse claims occurring at a Christian camp in run by a church in Baltimore. The facility has been beset with abuse and health code violations and was run by the church that Warnock was affiliated with at the time.

Eventually, he would be taken away in handcuffs after he interrupted police who were investigating possible abuse and blocked another camper from directing officers to other potential witnesses to the violations, according to a Baltimore Sun article.

In the matter of the domestic violence allegation, after denying his ex-wife’s claims that he intentionally ran over her foot, in one part of the body-cam footage, Ndoye tells one of the responding officers that her husband is “a great actor” and “phenomenal at putting on a really good show.”

This lack of personal accountability, self-control and grace is inconsistent with the moral leanings of the Christianity that Warnock purports to represent. In part of his controversial commentary regarding the 2nd Amendment and how it protects our God given right to defend ourselves, Warnock seemed to make light of the potential tragedy that could have took place at West Freeway Church of Christ in Texas. “So somebody decided they had a bright idea to pass a piece of legislation that would allow for guns and concealed weapons to be carried in churches. Have you ever been to a church meeting? That’s the last place,” a laughing Warnock would say.

Additionally, Warnock’s anti-Semitic leanings have also been well documented. As he signed on to a controversial letter that was put together and distributed by a group known as the National Council of Churches. The letter was released after the group visited both Israel and Palestinian with a group of Black American and South African church leaders. The theme of the letter was very concerning, with its comparison of Israel’s border to the Berlin Wall and unfairly implying that Israel in a manner reminiscent of apartheid and Nazism.

This all comes on top of Warnock’s recent claim that he was a “Pro-Choice Pastor.” As a result of all of the revelations surrounding his non-Christian tendencies, polling has looked good for incumbent GOP Senator Kelly Loeffler.

Only in 2020, in a political climate that has sadly been conditioned to accept the reality that there will be swaths of illegitimate votes in any given American election, can the do-nothing, tone-deaf Dems who could not begin to even fathom the awesome power of the American economy when truly unleashed the way it was pre-COVID under Trump, choose a candidate that most real Christian southerners would quickly denounce as a charlatan.

Part of the reason for that may be the fact that Georgia is probably seen as a state that might be an easier target for those who would look to illegally win an election due to the fact that they already had their election systems compromised by hackers during an October 7th attack targeted Hall County, GA, disabling the county’s voter signature database. The DoppelPaymer ransomware gang took credit for the attack that affected a county that roughly 180,000 residents call home.

Georgia, which according to a survey conducted by the website World Population Review ranks as the 8th most religious state in America can do better than Raphael Warnock. Christians in the state have to ask themselves whether the radical platform of the modern left is still inline with their more traditional southern family values. If they would not tolerate the questionable behavior that has continually been exhibited by the Democratic Senate candidate by their family and friends, then how can they trust this man with perhaps the most important Senate victory in American history.

Julio Rivera

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