You might have forgotten Raphael Warnock’s name. He was the controversial Democrat who managed by the skin of teeth to win a Georgia Senate seat.
Thanks to his victory, he contributed to the current 50/50 split in the Senate.
He won, despite his many troubling statements and radical leftist views. But it looks like not everything is peachy keen for this lawmaker.
It turns out he is now under investigation for possibly breaking rules during the runoff election.
From Daily Wire:
Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA) is under investigation in his own state over allegations that an organization that he was a part of engaged in voter registration misconduct…
“Representatives of the New Georgia Project hand-delivered 1,268 voter registration applications to the Gwinnett County elections office beyond the time allowed,” AJC added. “State election rules require voter registration organizations to submit completed applications within 10 days after they were received from the voter.”
The Georgia State Election Board voted unanimously to open an investigation into an organization run by Warnock.
Warnock was the “New Georgia Project,” which collected over a thousand voter registration applications for Gwinnet Country.
The problem? They submitted the applications beyond the 10-day deadline, sparking this inquiry.
This group was also founded by Stacey Abrams, a radical left-wing activist often connected with Georgia’s unusual 2020 election results.
Both Warnock and Abrams are known for what many consider extremist views. Warnock has spoken fondly of socialism, saying America is “corrupt” due to capitalism. Abrams was seen in a photo burning the Georgia flag, something that cost her the 2018 governor election.
It’s troubling to see this organization helmed by Warnock breaking the rules. There have been numerous reports and complaints coming out of the 2020 election about rules being changed or broken.
Many states tried to undermine established election laws, by allowing late ballots.
Why did Warnock’s organization fail to submit these applications on time? Does it suggest a mistake or an attempt at wrongdoing?
And if this was done improperly, what about everything else?
There might not be serious ramifications for Warnock through this case, but it certainly raises more questions than answers.
Do you want investigators to get to the bottom of this?
- Georgia has opened an investigation against a group led by Sen. Warnock.
- The group submitted over 1,000 voter registration applications beyond the deadline.
- The organization was also founded by Stacey Abrams, a radical left-wing activist.
Source: Daily Wire