Rev. Raphael Warnock gave a sermon where he said it’s impossible to “serve God and the military.”
“Georgia has become ground zero in the fight for America. The state’s two runoff elections will decide which party has control of the Senate. That’s what makes one candidate’s past remarks so disturbing.
In 2011, Democratic Senate candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock gave a sermon where he said it’s impossible to “serve God and the military.” It was an insinuation that American soldiers are sinners. Dozens of Georgia veterans for s are now asking him to drop out of the race, calling his comments “despicable and flat-out wrong.”
In a letter, they said, “true leaders recognize” the sacrifices soldiers have made for their country,” United Voice reports.
Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler, his opponent, called the Democrat out for his disgusting comments, as well. We cannot think of a worse candidate for the citizens of Georgia. He depends heavily on the black vote, and yet he has failed to accomplish any earnest initiatives for black Americans.
“Rev. Raphael Warnock, the Democratic Senate candidate who on Tuesday advanced to a January runoff in Georgia’s hotly contested special election, last year signed his name to a statement likening Israeli control of the West Bank to “previous oppressive regimes” such as “apartheid South Africa” and suggesting that “ever-present physical walls that wall in Palestinians” is “reminiscent of the Berlin Wall.” Jewish Insider reported.
The publication followed up with another story saying that Warnock ‘blasted Israel’ in a 2018 sermon. On Monday, Nov. 9, Loeffler amplified that sermon on Twitter, accusing Warnock of having a long history of anti-Israel extremism’.”
This man should not be in the United States Senate.