Democrat Senate Candidate Warnock Really Did Say That

Democrat Raphael Warnock released a desperate new ad today where he claimed his decades of radical comments were taken out of context.

This got us wondering, what added context would benefit Warnock’s smearing of police officers, defense of anti-Semite Jeremiah Wright, or his attacks on U.S. soldiers?

Let’s review:

  • Warnock called police officers gangsters, thugs, and bullies.
  • Warnock said, “nobody can serve God and the military.”
  • Warnock supports the end of cash bail which would allow rioters and violent criminals get right back on the streets.
  • Warnock defended anti-Semitic pastor Jeremiah Wright and praised Marxism.
  • Warnock’s mentor called for the “destruction of everything white” and argued white Christians are “satanic.”
  • In 2019, Warnock signed a letter comparing Israel to apartheid South Africa.
  • In 1995, Warnock worked at a church which hosted brutal Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, where the head pastor prompted chants of support from the audience.
    • When asked earlier this month about his attendance of an event with Castro, Warnock had no good answers.
  • Warnock has also criticized the Second Amendment during his sermons and condemned Georgia’s “stand your ground” laws.
  • Earlier this year, Warnock was accused by his wife of running over her foot with his car after they got in an argument.
  • In 2002, Warnock was accused of hindering a police investigation into child abuse.

Bottom Line: No amount of shameless puppy visuals will distract Georgians from Raphael Warnock’s extreme record.

For more on Warnock and Jon Ossoff’s extreme views, click here from RNC Research.

Steve Guest
Rapid Response Director
Republican National Committee