by Frank Holmes, reporter
Chuck Schumer has said that if the Democrats win two Senate races in Georgia, they will “change America.” No one would like to be part of that more than one of the two Democrats running for Senate, Raphael Warnock.
He’s the a potential tipping point for Democratic Party dreams of gaining control of the senate.
The executive director of the Georgia Republican Party, Stewart Bragg, summed up the Democrat’s views by saying, “Raphael Warnock has defended radical Jeremiah Wright while trashing police officers.”
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But that’s too modest. Way too modest.
Rev. Warnock claims that socialism and aborting babies are “consistent” with his reading of the Bible. He led a church that invited Fidel Castro to speak. He has close ties to the “Defund the Police” movement and calls police “thugs” and “bullies.” He defends calling America an evil country and Israel an “apartheid” state. And he could soon be the 50th Democrat in the U.S. Senate.
For the last 15 years, Warnock has been pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the church once led by Martin Luther King Sr. and Martin Luther King Jr.
But in 1995, Warnock served as youth pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, when the church invited a very special guest speaker: Communist Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. Sister Rosemari Mealy asked the congregation to welcome the “great, most honorable commandante, el jefe (the boss) Fidel Castro.”
Warnock campaign spokesman Terrence Clark said that “Reverend Warnock was a youth pastor and was not involved in any decisions” about whether to invite Castro to speak. But he also refused to confirm or deny whether Warnock attended the event—and whether he might have been one of the people chanting, “Fidel! Fidel! Fidel!”
That wouldn’t be a big surprise, since Warnock believes that Jesus wants him to turn America into a socialist country. In a sermon, Warnock said he’s “so sick and tired of all of these folk” criticizing socialism. Christians “ought to go back and read Acts Chapter Two, where the Bible says that the church had all things in common,” he said.
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Warnock reads socialism into the Bible but erases the words, “Thou Shalt Not Kill”–at least, when it comes to abortion.
In August, Warnock told an Atlanta radio show that he believes in “reproductive justice,” usually a code word for government-funded abortions.
When the host asked Warnock if he thinks “that God endorses the millions of abortions we’ve had in this country since Roe v. Wade,” Warnock said abortion is “consistent” with the Bible.
“I think that human agency and freedom is consistent with my view as a minister,” Warnock said.
Warnock threw the United States and Israel under the bus. In 2014, years after Barack Obama had tured his back on the radical Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Warnock defended the preacher for saying, “God damn America!” saying Wright’s sermons was “very fine.”
Warnock also signed a statement comparing Israel to “apartheid South Africa,” said its anti-terrorist wall was “reminiscent of the Berlin Wall,” and said Israeli soldiers murder innocent Palestinians like “birds of prey.”
Warnock has also attacked the police. Although investigators agreed that Michael Brown tried to kill a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014, Warnock accused the police of murder.
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“In Ferguson, police” had “a kind of gangster and thug mentality,” he said. “You can sometimes wear the colors of the state and behave like a thug.”
In November 2015, he said, “Police officers act like bullies on the street.”
No wonder Warnock chose as his top advisor Dasheika Ruffin of the ACLU, who tweeted, “The movement to defund the police isn’t as radical as some may think. It’s about a complete reimagining of law enforcement in the United States.”
So, a “complete reimagining” isn’t “radical”?
Ruffin also praised New York City for slashing $1 billion from the NYPD’s budget—a possible preview of what awaits the whole country if Warnock is elected.
The GOP’s national Senate committee blasted “Warnock’s radical views about the men and women keeping Georgia communities safe” as “completely out-of-touch with…Georgia families.” But “to refer to police officers as ‘thugs,’ ‘bullies,’ and ‘gangsters’ shows that Warnock is in line with the most extreme elements of the Democratic Party that are funding his campaign.”
That includes the misleadingly titled Black PAC, supported by white guys like George Soros, Michael Bloomberg, and Chuck Schumer.
They’re paying the bill, and they hope they’ll soon call the shots on Capitol Hill.
Frank Holmes is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”