The Democrats are having a difficult time when it comes to the 2022 midterm elections. Not only has Joe Biden underperformed over the last two years, but many of their candidates are proving to be the exact opposite of who they say they are. This should come as no surprise, given that the Democrats are willing to make outlandish promises in hopes of gaining support. In the last few months, the Biden administration has made it a crucial part of their agenda to criticize the GOP and MAGA Republicans for all the problems the American people are facing. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, when citizens were struggling to make ends meet and put food on the table, some were threatened with eviction in Atlanta, Georgia. And those threats came from not the government or Republicans but the church of Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock.

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According to the Washington Free Beacon, the Ebenezer Baptist Church moved to evict eight of their tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic for overdue rent that was as little as $28.55 at times. In 2021, financial documents from the church revealed they have a staggering $1.2 million in liquid assets. Controlling the Columbia Tower at MLK Village, the facility often caters to the homeless and individuals with mental disabilities, but that didn’t stop the church from still enforcing eviction notices.

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One of the residents, Phillip White, recalled his time at the tower and how he ended up paying over $300 in late fees for overdue rent in the amount of $192. Even though White is a Vietnam veteran, he admitted, “They treat me like a piece of shit. They’re not compassionate at all.”

While the church tried to evict residents, Senator Raphael Warnock criticized the Republicans for now supporting federal housing subsidies during the pandemic. He tweeted in December 2020, “Pandemic unemployment benefits and eviction protections will expire this month. And it’s all because @Kloeffler and Senate Republicans refuse to fight for families. Pandemic relief is at stake in the #GASen race.”

And that wasn’t all for Senator Warnock, as his financial situation seemed to prosper during the pandemic. His income in 2021 included a salary from Ebenezer Baptist Church – $120,964, a housing allowance from that church – another $7,417 a month, a book deal – $213,750, over $5,000 in speaking fees. And let’s not forget about that Senate salary of $164,816. While having a sizable income per year, the church that pays him yearly and monthly believed that evicting the less fortunate was a good idea. They face numerous lawsuits for eviction threats made toward past residents.

Currently campaigning, the Democrat received some major backlash when his ex-wife accused him of mistreating her and running her foot over with their car. She told police, “I’ve tried to keep the way that he acts under wraps for a long time, and today he crossed the line. So that is what is going on here. And he’s a great actor. He is phenomenal at putting on a really good show.”