Georgia Democrat Raphael Warnock is presently deadlocked in a heated senatorial race against Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler. In multiple ads, Warnock has gone after Loeffler with misrepresentations about her stock portfolios and the like.
Loeffler, for her part, also has some ads of her own. Moreover, the Georgia Republican has repeatedly called out Warnock for his history of radicalism and the extreme policies he would bring to Congress.
In order to soften his public image, Warnock’s released ads with him walking and holding puppies. None of that changes the recent resurfacing of the Georgia Democrat ridiculing Americans who seek to protect themselves in church with firearms, per Breitbart News.
The Radical Warnock
Despite what Warnock, his campaign, and other Democrats would like folks to believe, he’s got a history of making radical comments.
The Georgia senatorial candidate once declared that no one is capable of simultaneously serving in the military and serving God. Warnock is also on record calling for America to atone for a “worship of whiteness” and describing racism as a “pre-existing condition” of the nation.
BOMBSHELL: Newly found video shows Georgia Senate candidate @ReverendWarnock LAUGHING at church-goers who defend themselves with guns.
First Warnock goes after our veterans, now our Second Amendment.
— NRA (@NRA) November 30, 2020
Now, there’s one more to add to the list. On Monday, the National Rifle Association (NRA) tweeted out a video of Warnock speaking at a pulpit and making a mockery of those who exercise their Second Amendment rights in church.
Apparently, this is a matter that Warnock deemed amusing; he also stated that church is the “last place” where guns should be permitted.
The List that Keeps on Growing
No matter how many puppies Warnock walks with in his political ads, they cannot erase his documented and extreme remarks.
Yesterday, Sen. Loeffler took to Twitter to blast Warnock for statements he’s made about the opioid crisis in America. According to the Democrat senatorial candidate, the opioid crisis is only viewed as problematic due to most of its sufferers being white.
What a disgusting thing to say.
Tens of thousands of Americans tragically die every year because of opioids.
But my opponent doesn’t seem to care about them because he thinks most of the victims are “white and suburban.”
— Kelly Loeffler (@KLoeffler) November 30, 2020
Loeffler blasted this type of talk as shameful and disgusting; sadly, however, this type of rhetoric appears to be par for the course for Warnock. At this point, there’s no telling what types of outlandish new videos of the Georgia Democrat will surface as these senatorial runoffs continue.
Do you believe Americans exercising their Second Amendment rights in church is a laughing matter? What do you make of Warnock’s rhetoric about the military, race, opioid crisis, etc? Let us know where you stand down below in the comments section.