Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Why Would Anyone Consider Voting For Raphael Warnock in the Georgia Senate Runoff? Take a Look ... LOTS HERE

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Yes, Georgia Senate Candidate Raphael Warnock Is a Radical, Bigoted Nutjob:
Rev. Raphael Warnock, one of the Democratic candidates for the U.S. Senate in Georgia runoff elections, praised the racist and anti-Semitic Louis Farrakhan‘s Nation of Islam back in 2013.
On July 11, 2013, Warnock gave a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, N.Y., called “The Divided Mind of the Black Church: Theology, Piety and Public Witness.”
During the Q&A after the lecture, he was asked by a member of the audience about the Nation of Islam’s relationship with the church, and whether “the black church” is having similar attendance problems as “so-called mainstream white” churches and synagogues.
“Well, the Nation of Islam is significant. But its numbers don’t come anywhere near the membership of our churches,” Warnock explained. “Its voice has been important, and its voice has been important even for the development of black theology, because it was the black Muslims who challenged black preachers, and said, ‘You’re promulgating,’ you know, they called ‘the white man’s religion. That’s a slave religion. You’re telling people to focus on heaven. Meanwhile, they’re catching hell.’ And so we needed the witness of the nation of Islam in a real sense to put a fire under us and keep us honest about the meaning of the proclamation coming from our pulpits.” --->READ MORE HERE
Here Are All The Times Georgia Senate Candidate Raphael Warnock Revealed His Most Radical Beliefs:
Whether he's praising Fidel Castro or the antisemitic Nation of Islam, Warnock has a history of using the pulpit and the campaign trail to express his radical agenda.
Georgia Democrat Senate runoff candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock has a radical agenda, one that he has publicly, repeatedly stated both on the campaign trail and from the pulpit in his own church, Ebenezer Baptist in Atlanta
Warnock and his campaign have tried to downplay his radical beliefs by backtracking, or even lying about the pastor’s comments. Here is a record of what he actually said:
Praise for Fidel Castro
In a 2016 sermon, Warnock eulogized communist Cuban dictator Fidel Castor, a man responsible for tens of thousands of brutal state murders, days after the dictator passed away.
“We pray for the people of Cuba in this moment. We remember Fidel Castro, whose legacy is complex. Don’t let anyone tell you a simple story; life usually isn’t very simple. His legacy is complex, kind of like America’s legacy is complex,” Warnock said.
Weeks before the video resurfaced, Warnock told CNN’s Jake Tapper he had never “celebrated” the foreign tyrant.
“Do you understand why people would be appalled by anyone celebrating Fidel Castro?”
“Well, absolutely, and I never have,” Warnock said.
Warnock also received pushback after it was revealed that he was the youth pastor at Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York when it hosted and praised Castro at what the Miami Herald labeled a “lovefest.” Warnock’s campaign said he did not have a say in the decision to welcome Castro to the church. 
Labeling Police Officers ‘Bullies’ --->READ MORE HERE
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