Not only has Democrat Senate candidate Raphael Warnock of Georgia come under fire for vicious antisemitic remarks, but he’s decided that those who serve our country in the military are turning their back on God. We’ve seen this before, radical black clergy, in cretins like Jeremiah Wright. But put a crazoid like this in the US Senate? Would Georgia do that? I guess these days anything is possible, but, really?
Apparently @ReverendWarnock is no friend of #Israel, having signed onto a letter comparing #Israel to South Africa's formerly apartheid regime and East Germany's infamous Berlin Wall. Those narratives have been soundly disproven. #WarnockAntisemite
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Newsmax: “Warnock has come under scrutiny for another of his past sermons, this time saying it is impossible to serve both God and the military. The Washington Free Beacon uncovered video of the 2011 sermon in which Warnock, who is senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, makes the comments, which could hurt the candidate in the state which has a strong military presence.”
“America, nobody can serve God and the military. You can’t serve God and money. You cannot serve God and mammon at the same time. America choose ye this day who you will serve. Choose ye this day!” Read that again. The man is not only anti-American, but a stone cold religious fanatic. A cross between Louis Farrakhan and Huey Newton, in a sane state Warnock would be relegated to wacky also run status. But, here we are.
He faces incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-GA, in a Jan. 5 runoff, which could determine control of the Senate. A lot of smart money is on him. But if the Republicans do their job and expose this guy for the dangerous moron that he is, Loeffler has a shot.
In a state with several large military posts, you’d think it wouldn’t be smart politics to have these extremist views. We’ll see if they will play against him. By the way, the Army has a message for Warnock.
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Former U.S. Army National Guard chief chaplain Kenneth E. Brandt responded, “If he’s saying you cannot be in the military and be a Christian, I would take issue with that. I’ve met some great people in the military, young men and women in the country who have raised their right hand and took an oath to defend this country against all enemies foreign and domestic. They have a deep belief, whether it’s in God or a higher power, whatever you want to call it.” Yup. America is a nation of faiths, many of them. The men and women who serve in our military understand that and honor it, no matter what they personally believe.
This piece was written by David Kamioner on November 19, 2020. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.
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