A bombshell just dropped about the election in Georgia. The evidence has Democrats terrified — they never expected this to happen at the last minute.
“The average atheist has more virtue than the white Christians of Alabama,” said Raphael Warnock in a now-deleted tweet from December 11, 2017, shortly before the special election between Roy Moore and Doug Jones.
Warnock — who is running against Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) in the January 5 runoff — has a history of controversial statements, and this one uncovered by Breitbart News is a doozy.
The context: Moore received substantial support from “white evangelical or white born-again Christians Jones,” according to an exit poll. Jones would go on to narrowly win the election after Moore “was accused of sexual misconduct with underage women.”
All controversy from that particular race aside, however, Warnock has now revealed what he thinks about an influential group of voters. Georgia voters should take note of this when they go to the polls soon.
Warnock is unfit to be one of Georgia’s next U.S. senators. Not only has he disparaged Christian voters, but he has also made shocking statements against the military, the police, and Israel.
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