In the fallout of the 2020 Election, a set of runoffs gave Georgia’s two Senate seats to far-left Democrats. Confusion and controversy over the Presidential Election—and anger over McConnell’s lack of leadership—seemed to help liberals take a state that had been reliably red for years. But the worst part of it was the election of progressive radical Raphael Warnock to the Senate.
This Democrat had scandals surrounding him long before he was elected. Rumors swirled about his treatment of his wife, with police footage suggesting he had hurt her. The man holds far-left views that are little supported by the people of the Peach State. That’s especially true of his stance on abortion. The man even called himself a “pro-choice pastor.” Shocking to think he was leading a church just a year ago.
Now, other Christian leaders are calling out this snake in the grass.
“As a pro-choice pastor, I’ve always believed that a patient’s room is way too small for a woman, her doctor, and the United States government,” Warnock tweeted over the weekend, provoking several responses from Christians on social media…
“There are two more people in that room: a baby and God,” noted Samuel Sey of the blog Slow To Write. “The two people you don’t care about.”
“A ‘Pro-Choice Pastor’ is nothing more than a servant of Satan,” responded the ministry End Abortion Now, an offshoot of the Apologia Church Ministry…
“‘Pro-choice pastor’ is one of the most evil contradiction in terms I’ve ever heard,” said former Trump administration official William Wolfe. “Shame on every Christian who supported, or gave cover to supporting, this man.” [Source: Daily Wire]
You’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone in the Christian community who offered support for Warnock’s pro-abortion tweet. Leaders from a variety of denominations and churches spoke out to condemn his statement, including other seemingly bizarre beliefs about the Christian faith. According to reports, this former pastor teaches people can “save ourselves” through good works—a stance that is strongly opposed by the Bible.
What’s most interesting is that Warnock tweeted the same year he is up for reelection. He was elected last year to finish out a term and will have to defend his seat this November. Georgia is far from becoming a blue, progressive state. And propping up pro-abortion views just months before what will be an intense election is ludicrous.
But that’s typical for Democrats, these days. They’ve become so arrogantly out-of-touch with Americans, that they are not even trying to appeal to the very people they need to vote for them. Warnock, like so many other leftists, thinks they can push whatever extreme views they like and Americans just have to take it. We are idiots in their minds, who have no right to speak out against them. It’s a fluke that a progressive socialist won a seat in Georgia, and the state will soon correct that mistake.
Author: Bo Dogan