Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA) isn’t doing anything good for his state. By supporting President Joe Biden and the Democratic party’s wishes, the only thing that Warnock is doing is hurting Americans across the country.
An ad against Warnock uses everything he’s said to encourage people against him.
In an attempt to connect people, Warnock said, “I see you, I hear you, I am you.”
Warnock isn’t of the people any more than Biden is. Biden has used his power to make millions of other countries through his son. Whatever Biden has in mind, Warnock follows suit, and it’s not good. The reason inflation is so high is partly because of Biden. The other part is the COVID-19 pandemic and a Democrat-led Congress.
Warnock was also shown saying that “people are hurting, people are tired.” They are. The words were shown as speech bubbles in the ad. Inflation is up, and drug prices, food prices, fuel prices, and used cars. It isn’t an economy where Biden should be spending trillions of dollars on anything. It’s not going to help. It’s only going to hurt.
The ad uses Biden’s mandates to say, “People have seen what they’ve worked their entire lives to build turned upside down at a moment’s notice.” The COVID-19 vaccine mandates haven’t helped anyone. They’ve led to tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of people, losing their job over a vaccine that doesn’t stop the spread of COVID-19 or prevent illness.
Warnock tried to end the filibuster that would give Democrats or Republicans complete control over anything they wanted, making Warnock a weak, anti-democratic pawn for the Democrat party. There were anticipations that he would be exactly that when he was elected. Georgia was a heavily debated state when Warnock was running for Senate.
Warnock said, “They’re wondering when things will get back to normal and at the same time not knowing what normal even means anymore.”
That statement was also used against him. Warnock could have fought to end the COVID-19 mandates at any time.
Warnock also said, “America needs to repent for its worship of whiteness.” Warnock also said that “at my heart, I am and always will be, a pastor.”
That’s not very “Christian” of him now.
Warnock added that because he’s a pastor, that “means going to work for my congregation.”
Unless Warnock’s congregation is 10.62 million Georgians, he’s serving much more than his congregation. Warnock’s church may be woke, but that doesn’t mean that mindset represents the entire state.
Every Democrat should feel threatened by the 2022 upcoming midterm election. It’s going to be a red wave landslide.