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Senate candidate Raphael Warnock of Georgia – the pro-abortion minister running against Trump-endorsed Sen. Kelly Loeffler – has a history of radical leftist rhetoric.
Among the sentiments this Chuck Schumer-endorsed candidate has spewed is admiration for Fidel Castro. This included inviting the brutal dictator and hater of America to speak in his church. According to The Washington Examiner, Warnock referred to Castro as “the hero of the struggle of peoples around the world.”
If this wasn’t disturbing enough, Warnock is on record defending Barack Obama’s hate-America-blame-the-Jews “Minister” Rev. Jeremiah Wright. This occurred even as Obama was disavowing him.
Among Wright’s statements were those referring to the worst terrorist attack in US history, 9/11, as “the chickens coming home to roost.” Jeremiah Wright’s hatred of Americans knows no bounds.
Wright once even claimed, “The government lied about inventing the HIV virus as a means of genocide against people of color.”
Recently, it also came to light that Warnock expressed acceptance of Louis Farrakhan. He is a man who believes white people are “devils” and has blamed Jewish people for “the transatlantic slave trade, plantation slavery, Jim Crow, sharecropping, the labor movement of the North and South, the unions, and the misuse of our people that continues to this very moment.”
While Warnock has embraced Castro, Farrakhan, and Jerimiah Wright he has referred to Republicans as “gangsters and thugs.”
Warnock’s rhetoric is so toxic that the Coalition for Jewish Values (CJV), representing many Orthodox rabbis, denounced Warnock’s anti-Semitic rhetoric. They also denounced the Jewish Democratic Council of America for their “partisan “whitewash” of his language. Warnock himself has compared Israel to South Africa during apartheid.
If this all wasn’t enough to reveal Warnock’s radical nature, the fact that Linda Sarsour (an Islamist who called for jihad against President Trump), Ilhan Omar, who said American support for Israel was “all about the Benjamins,” and Rashida Tlaib – who vulgarly threatened to impeach President Trump as soon as she was elected – all campaigned for Warnock in Georgia should show who we are dealing with.
Warnock is no moderate. Rather he is an anti-white, anti-Semitic, and “blame America first” candidate who would bring radical policies to the US Senate. This Senate election in Georgia is critical for the future of our republic.
The voters must reject this radical anti-American candidate. They must re-elect Senator Loeffler, who stands with President Trump, and will put America first.
Seth Ian is a writer for NRN, conservative populist writer and supporter of President Trump. He is a proud Religious Jew and a graduate student at Yeshiva University.