Because neither candidate scored 50 percent of the vote, the Georgia Senate race will be decided in a runoff election on December 6th. Republican candidate Herschel Walker will be facing off against Democrat incumbent Raphael Warnock.
The far-left Democrat has come under fire for years over his radical statements and voting record. But just as he pivots to this runoff race, he is hit with a mountain of scandals. How will the Democrat explain away all of these bones in his closet?
Sen. Raphael Warnock’s (D-GA) campaign is covered in controversy stemming from his church’s apartment building, his personal life, and his campaign spending habits, with less than three weeks until his runoff election in Georgia against Republican Herschel Walker.
Although Warnock earns a $7,417 monthly housing allowance from Ebenezer Baptist Church, the low-income apartment building his church owns is reportedly threatening to evict tenants for as little as $192 in unpaid rent.
Uh-oh. Warnock is facing several serious controversies related to his church’s apartment building and other issues. Perhaps the ugliest is how Warnock is trying to evict people for unpaid rent in an apartment building owned by his church.
Warnock enjoys a $7,417 monthly housing allowance from his church. That’s on top of his salary and pay as a U.S. senator. Yet he can’t find it in his heart to forgive low-income tenants of his building, who own as low as $192 in rent.
Warnock had previously called for Congress to pass rent forgiveness in light of the pandemic. Yet he refuses to extend that same kind of compassion to tenants in his own building. But that’s just for starters.
On top of that, the Democrats’ ex-wife is calling on a Georgia court to order him to answer questions over an ongoing custody battle. That’s not even the end of it. Warnock has been accused of spending $1 million of campaign funds on personal security.
That has a sticky subject, considering Warnock is backed by groups who call for the defunding of the police. So, Warnock gets to pay for private security–to the tune of a million dollars–but doesn’t want citizens to have police protecting their communities?
Warnock is endorsed by the Sierra Club and environmental group that issued a manifesto called “The Time Has Come To Defund the Police.” Oh… kay, Warnock. Any other skeletons hiding in your closet?
- Democrat Warnock facing numerous controversies as he approaches the runoff race.
- Warnock has threatened to evict poor tenants who cannot pay $200 in rent.
- Warnock is being taken to court by his ex-wife over custody battles.
- He has also spent $1 million on private security, despite being backed by pro-defund groups.