It’s getting ugly in Georgia. The Senate race between Raphael Warnock and football legend Herschel Walker continues to heat up in what well could be a key race to decide who runs the Senate. We all know the GOP needs to retake the Senate and the House to begin to save the country from Joe Biden and his bad policy, and the Georgia race may be key.
The Reverend Raphael Warnock, the incumbent, is getting a strong counter from football star and Georgia legend Herschel Walker, and despite the left’s attempts to paint Walker as a hypocrite and a token, he is neck and neck with Warnock.
This weekend Warnock debated Walker, and Herschel caught the good reverend in a very compromising position. One the reverend refused to address. Check this out.
Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker annihilated Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) during Friday’s night debate for dodging questions about his church’s effort to evict apartment residents.
“It is written in the paper,” Walker charged Warnock. “Senator, you did [try to evict], and it is okay to speak the truth. Do not bear false witness against your neighbor, senator,” Walker said.
Yikes! Walker roasts Warnock for claiming he didn’t evict tenants pic.twitter.com/QlEGqzz5MS
— Jacob Bliss (@JacobMBliss) October 15, 2022
Herschel Walker gave Warnock a savage stiff arm with this question. Warnock dipped and dodged, looking for a hole in the line, but Walker stymied his attempts.
“Do not bear false witness,” Walker repeated. “He won’t answer about people evicted by the church … You’re evicting them right now.”
“We have not evicted those tenants,” Warnock claimed.
“Well, I didn’t write the article,” Walker shot back.
Well, that is certainly awkward. Warnock can claim from now to judgement day that his church isn’t evicting tenants, but stuff like that is easily verified. As it turns out, the good reverend’s church HAS been rousting tenants that are behind on their rent, even if it’s only a tiny amount. Shame reverend, shame.
The apartment building, which caters to the “chronically homeless” and those with “mental disabilities,” has found itself sued a dozen times during the pandemic by tenants. One of the latest lawsuits shows a tenant was asked to vacate the apartment building for $4,900 due in back rent, a sum that is nearly half of Warnock’s pastoral monthly housing allowance.
“They treat me like a piece of shit. They’re not compassionate at all,” resident Phillip White, a 69-year-old black Vietnam War veteran, told the Free Beacon this week.
This is certainly a bad look for a man that purports to be a man of God, and a man of the people. The church is making bank, and Warnock has an almost eight thousand a month housing allowance, while his church is trying to bounce poor people over a few dollars here and there. When called out by Walker, all Warnock could think to do was lie.
Walker has pledged to pay past due rents to stop “Reverend Warnock from evicting” tenants who live in the church’s building. “I will personally pay the $4,900 in past due rents listed in this article to keep Reverend Warnock from evicting these people.”
In 2021, Warnock’s income from Ebenezer Baptist Church was $120,964, in addition to a housing allowance of $ 7,417 per month. Throughout Warnock’s senate career, he has more than doubled his income.
While Warnock continues to get rich, Herschel Walker is offering to keep people in their homes by paying their back rent. Tell me, who is better for Georgia? Is it the alleged man of God, or the so called “token”. I think the facts speak for themselves, and hopefully the people of Georgia are listening.