Lifelong racist and Marxist Raphael Warnock has some serious skeletons in his closet that he is desperately trying to hide from Georgia voters ahead of his January 5th runoff election against Republican incumbent U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler.
Warnock, 51, is now one of two Democratic nominees for U.S. Senate in Georgia looking to knock off Republican incumbents in a January 5 runoff. If both Democrats win, their party will take control of the Senate and consolidate power in Washington, D.C. The Radical Left wants to slam through their socialist agenda and transform America forever.
Raphael Warnock’s history as a racist anti-American and Marxist radical is well documented. Starting with his senior thesis paper in college where Warnock said that “the white church is the Antichrist,” Warnock’s rap sheet of shocking beliefs and statements is unlike anything we’ve ever seen in politics.
In a previous era, any one of Warnock’s extreme anti-American positions would immediately disqualify him from running for elected office. Nowadays, however, the Democrats welcome him as a fellow champion in their mission to spread hate across America, tear up the U.S. Constitution, and destroy the American Way of Life.
Let’s take a tour through Raphael Warnock’s past and see who he really is, instead of who he is pretending to be now that he’s running for election in Georgia.
Among the doozies Warnock has spouted off in his career of hating America, they include calling the Second Amendment dumb, declaring that “nobody can serve God and the military,” likening Israeli to an “apartheid South Africa,” and comparing police officers to gangsters, thugs, and bullies.
What a guy!
You can bet your last nickel that Warnock is on board for defunding the police and the military, gun confiscation, boycotting Israel into starvation, and continued race wars on America’s streets.
Here’s a familiar story: not unlike Barack Obama’s ideological upbringing under the radical preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Warnock is a student of radical racist and Marxist academic James Hal Cone, the founding father of “black liberation theology.”
Cone’s books are filled with jarring racial language, criticism of white society and white churches, attacking the “American racist way of life,” and calls for violent revolution. Cone’s “theology” is intentionally shot-through with Marxist principles.
Warnock said of Cone that he is “the best classroom teacher I ever had.”
“I learned so much from him about how to think,” he added.
But teachers have a lot of students and it’s not like this was any sort of special relationship, right? Wrong.
For his funeral, Cone personally requested that Warnock deliver his eulogy. Two peas in a pod.
Elsewhere, during a hate-filled 2015 Palm Sunday Sermon, Raphael Warnock called Israel an “Apartheid” State, describing it as “a land of violence and bloodshed and occupation” and he referred to Israeli leaders as “clever politicians,” and accusing them of being “racist and vicious.”
Last year, Warnock was part of a group of African American church leaders who toured the Middle East and released a statement accusing Israel of engaging in tactics similar to those previously used by apartheid South Africa and communist East Germany – “patterns that seem to have been borrowed and perfected from other previous repressive regimes.”
In a 2018 sermon, after Hamas terrorists stormed the Israeli border, Warnock accused the Israeli government of shooting down “unarmed Palestinian sisters and brothers like birds of prey … like they don’t matter at all.”
As a Senate candidate, Warnock has attempted to walk back his apartheid allegations, and released a position paper full of lies asserting that he is a “friend of Israel.”
On matters of socialism, Warnock has praised Fidel Castro, calling the murderous tyrant “complex,” and comparing his legacy to America’s.
“Don’t let anybody tell you a simple story,” Warnock told parishioners. “Life usually isn’t very simple. His legacy is complex. Kind of like America’s legacy is complex.”
Warnock’s Republican opponents also have turned attention to his connection to a speech Castro gave in 1995 at Warnock’s former church, Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem.
According to a Miami Herald report, Castro “blast[ed] the United States with vigor,” and finished the “the evening with a rousing rendition of the socialist hymn Internationale.”
Maybe Warnock himself is a “complex” individual. But one thing is not complex about Warnock: He is WRONG for America.