In the heated campaign for a seat in the Senate in Georgia, Democratic candidate the Rev. Raphael Warnock went so far as to use the Bible to justify the death of unborn babies by abortion.
The controversial action prompted the national pro-life organization Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) to refer to the issue as “Warnock’s radicalism is deeply disturbing,” in its Dec. 6 publication.
“Tonight, Raphael Warnock once again attempted to use scripture to defend his extreme position in support of abortion on demand, up until the moment of birth, for any reason,” the SBA wrote.
It added, “His radicalism is deeply disturbing and far outside the American mainstream.”
For voters, the use of life for political campaigning is not something that is available, one voter told communications associate Prudence Robertson, who included it in a tweet.
“I spoke with a Georgia voter today at his door – a man of faith who said, “some things are negotiable, but as a Christian, the life issue is not one of them,'” Robertson tweeted.
She added, “He’s voting for @KLoeffler because she’s right: @ReverendWarnock can’t use Scripture to justify his abortion extremism.”
I spoke with a Georgia voter today at his door – a man of faith who said, “some things are negotiable, but as a Christian, the life issue is not one of them.”
— prudence robertson (@pruspulse) December 7, 2020
Loeffler, who is competing against Warnock, refuted his arguments on the Bible, who is also an evangelical pastor.
“I cannot stand by and let Georgians not know who my opponent is and how radical his views are and how he would fundamentally change our country. He’s out of step with Georgia’s values,” Loeffler said, according to Breitbart.
Warnock not only used the Bible in his abortion policy but to attack the military as well, generating outrage in its ranks.
Loeffler debated with Warnock, who also avoided confronting his Marxist projects directly.
“In your writings and your teachings you’ve repeatedly praised Marxism and the redistribution of income,” Loeffler said.
And he asked, “Can you here now for all Georgians renounce socialism and Marxism?”
To which Warnock only responded that he believes “in our free enterprise system.”
Warnock was also CEO of the New Georgia Project, which registered voters and is now under investigation by Georgia’s secretary of state for sending fraudulent registration applications to residents of other states, The Washington Free Beacon reported.
Thus, it seems very justified that President Donald Trump recommend to his supporters the importance of voting on Jan. 5.
“If you don’t vote, the socialists and communists win,” President Trump said at the rally he led in the city of Valdosta, Georgia, supporting candidates Loeffler and Perdue on Dec. 5.
“Very simply, you will decide whether your children will grow up in a socialist country or a free country. Socialism is just the beginning for these people. They want to go into a communistic form of government,” he said, referring to Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock and the Democrats who support them.