I understand this will be difficult for progressive friends of mine in the Jewish community in Georgia (yes, I have progressive friends in Georgia). But this is who he is. And this is who he’ll be if you put him in the Senate. https://t.co/KV6lnExM24
— Jonathan Greenberg (@JGreenbergSez) November 10, 2020
Raphael Warnock is a dangerous anti-America and anti-Semitic Marxist and racist. The people of Georgia must come out in droves to prevent Warnock from having a seat in the United States Senate. The man is nuts. Watch the video evidence in the two tweets below.
📺 NEW AD@ReverendWarnock called police “thugs” & “gangsters.” His church hosted & praised Fidel Castro. And he’s repeatedly praised Marxism.
Saving the Senate is about saving America from his radical agenda.
— Kelly Loeffler (@KLoeffler) November 12, 2020
Here’s the relevant video in case anyone doesn’t believe the words they’re reading:https://t.co/p0DDFuu0D2
— Uri Pilichowski (@RationalSettler) November 11, 2020
Raphael Warnock’s Checkered Past Under Scrutiny ahead of Georgia Senate Run-Off
By National Review, November 15, 2020
The gloves have come off in the runoff election between Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler and her opponent, Reverend Raphael Warnock of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.
Over the past week, Loeffler and Republican groups have focused attention on controversies from Warnock’s past, including his ties to a number of radical black theologians and an allegation of domestic violence.
Wright’s “God damn America” remarks were “extracted from its theological and rhetorical context and looped to the point of ad nauseam,” Warnock said in remarks to the Yale Divinity School in 2013. According to Warnock, Wright’s sermon was consistent with “Black prophetic preaching,” in which “preachers are expected, indeed encouraged to speak the truth, tell Pharaoh and tell it like it is with clarity, creativity and passion.”
About six months into President Obama’s first term, Wright blamed Jews for not letting him speak to the president.
“Them Jews ain’t going to let him talk to me,” Wright told the Daily Press of Newport News, Va. in June 2009. “They will not let him to talk to somebody who calls a spade what it is.”
Loeffler earlier this week accused Warnock of defending Wright’s anti-Semitic comments, which Warnock denied.
“I know Reverend Wright. I’m not an anti-Semite, I’ve never defended anti-Semitic comments from anyone, and Kelly Loeffler knows better,” Warnock said in a Thursday appearance on MSNBC. “She is trying to engage in the same old Washington politics of division and distraction.”
The first-time Senate candidate also has ties to another radical black theologian, Dr. James Hal Cone, who has called White Christians “satanic” and called for “the destruction of everything white.”
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