Raphael Warnock is a left-wing radical with a dangerous agenda for our state and nation. He unapologetically attacks law enforcement, supports trillion-dollar tax hikes and job killing regulations, and embraces anti-American values that undermine the U.S. Constitution and our way of life.

On January 5th, Georgia voters will ultimately determine control of the United States Senate and chart the course for America’s future. The fate of Georgia and the fate of the United States will be on the ballot, and we must stand united to stop the most radical candidate in the country. We must reject Raphael Warnock and his dangerous agenda before it’s too late.

Anti-American Values
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Anti-American Values

Radical Raphael Warnock was educated by Marxists, praised by socialists, and even welcomed Communist leader, Fidel Castro, to his church. He defended Jeremiah Wright’s “God Damn America” agenda, decried the right to life and the 2nd Amendment, and proudly touts his support of organizations that want to destroy the nuclear family and undermine our longstanding support of Israel.

Raphael Warnock was identified as a pastor at Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York. In 1997, the New York Times identified Warnock as "The Rev. Raphael Warnock, assistant pastor at Abyssinian, one of Harlem’s leading churches."

("2 Well-Known Churches Say No to Workfare Jobs," New York Times, August 4, 1997)

In 1995, Abyssinian Baptist Church—where Warnock was a Pastor—Hosted Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro for an Event Following Castro’s Appearance at the U.N. – Complete with "Thunderous Applause," Chants of "Fidel! Fidel! Fidel!" and Cheers of "Viva Cuba!"


Calvin Butts—the Head Pastor and Warnock’s Boss—Welcomed Castro by saying "We have one of the great leaders of the world with us today." Abyssinian Church Reverend Calvin Butts followed Mealy. Butts said of Castro, "We have one of the great leaders of the world with us today" which was followed by chants of "Fidel!"

(Fidel Castro Speech, C-SPAN, 19:40, 10/22/95)

Miami Herald Columnist Liz Balmaseda Blasted the Abyssinian Church "Lovefest" by Stating "Castro’s Fans Blindly Ignore the Devil He Is."

(Liz Balmaseda Column, "Castro’s fans blindly ignore the devil he is," Miami Herald, 10/25/95)

At the same time, Mr. Warnock avoided answering directly when CNN host Jake Tapper asked, “Did you attend the speech, and do you understand why there are so many people who view Castro as a murderous tyrant and not someone to be celebrated?”

The Rev. Raphael Warnock dodges question on Fidel Castro 'lovefest' (Washington Examiner, 11/15/2020)

In A Sermon, Warnock Called For A Two-State Solution. “The administration opened up the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem. Standing there the president’s family and the few mealy mouth evangelical preachers, who are responsible for the mess that we found ourselves in both there and here. Misquoting and misinterpreting the scripture. Talking about peace meanwhile young Palestinian brothers and sisters who are struggling for their vary lives, struggling for water. Struggling for their human dignity stood up in a nonviolent protest. Saying that if we are going to die, we are going to die struggling. Yes there may have been some folks who are violent but we outta know how that works out. We know what it’s like to stand up, have a peaceful demonstration and have the media focus on a few violent uprisings. But you have to look at those Palestinian sisters and brothers who are struggling for their human dignity. They have a right to self-determination. They have a right to breathe free. We need a two-state solution where all of God's children can live together.”

(Divine Disruptions, Youtube, 5/31/18, 18:47:20:22)

Warnock Criticized The Israeli Government For “Shooting Down Unarmed Palestinian Sisters And Brother Like Birds Of Prey During Their Protests Of The U.S. Embassy. “We saw the government of Israel shoot down unarmed Palestinian sisters and brothers like birds of prey. And I don’t care who does it, it’s wrong to shoot down God's children. And it’s not more anti-semitic for me to say that for me to say that black lives matter. Palestinian lives matter.”

(Divine Disruptions, Youtube, 5/31/18, 20:41-21:12)

Warnock Referred To Jesus As A Palestinian Peasant. “Do they know that Palestinian peasant that said he who lives by the sword, dies by the sword? Nothing will separate us.

(“Raphael Warnock - "Political Preaching!?!" What Do YOU Stand For?,” Youtube, 3:20-3:21)

Raphael Warnock, the Democratic Senate candidate in Georgia’s special election, signed a statement last year comparing Israel to 'previous oppressive regimes'

Raphael Warnock signed letter likening West Bank to apartheid South Africa (Jewish Insider, 11/5/2020)

In March 2020, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Warnock was accused by his wife that he had run over her foot with his car. The alleged incident came after a divorce-related “heated argument” between Warnock and his wife regarding child custody issue.

“The Rev. Raphael Warnock, a Democrat running for U.S. Senate, was accused by his wife of running over her foot with his car during a heated argument … According to the [police] report, shortly after Warnock arrived at his wife’s home on Monday, they began arguing about whether Raphael Warnock would allow his wife to apply for passports so that she could take their children to West Africa for her grandfather’s funeral … He told police that his wife refused to close the right rear passenger door of his car so that he could leave. He told authorities he began to ‘slowly’ drive forward — and then heard his wife accuse him of driving over her foot.” (Stephen Deere and Greg Bluestein, “Warnock, wife involved in dispute,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 3/9/2020)

Warnock, who served as a minister at Douglas Memorial Community Church in Carroll County, was accused in court documents of trying to prevent a law enforcement official from interviewing counselors at the church’s camp regarding child abuse.

GOP candidate questions opponent's 2002 arrest for obstructing a police investigation into alleged child abuse (Washington Examiner, 11/12/2020)

After Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s “God Damn America” Sermon Became Public during the 2008 Presidential Race, Warnock Went on Fox News on March 28, 2008 to Defend Rev. Wright’s Sermons

(“Obama Says He Would Quit Church if Reverend Wright Hadn't Retired,” Fox News Network Fox On The Record With Greta Van Susteren 10 p.m. EST, March 28, 2008; “Black church leaders defend Wright at Summit,” TCU 360, Fox News, 3/28/2008)

During a February 2013 Speech, Warnock Defended Rev. Wright’s “God Damn America” Sermon as a “Very Fine Homily on God and Government” and Said the Sermon Is “Consistent with Black Prophetic Preaching” – Warnock Also Noted that the Black Church Was “Barely Understood by Mainstream America”

(Yale Divinity School Channel, “Raphael Warnock: Parks-King Lecture,” YouTube, livestream.com, 2/26/2013, Accessed 8/10/2020)

Warnock Has A History Of Anti-Gun Statements, And Has Worked For Years To Take Away Your Guns And Restrict Georgians’ Right To Defend Themselves.

(“pubSafe020514EDITED,” Georgia House of Representatives Channel, YouTube, 6/26/2019, Min. 1:20:41)

In January 2014, Warnock Criticized HB 512, a Bill to Allow Guns to Be Carried in Churches, Bars and on College Campuses” as a “Lax” Gun Law

(“Church Leaders Speak Out Against Georgia Weapons Laws at Atlanta Gun Buyback,” Atlanta Daily World, 1/16/2014)

In April 2014, Warnock Opposed HB 60, a Bill to Allow Guns in Bars without Restriction and in Some Churches, Schools and Government Buildings; HB 60 Was Signed into Law – Warnock Described HB 60 as “this Is the Gun Lobby Foisting Their Agenda on Churches, and I Think It’s a Tragic Violation of Church and State”

(“Gun carry rights expanded in Ga. under new law,” CNN, 4/23/2014) – Washington Times

In February 2014, Warnock Opposed HB 875, a Bill to Lift Restrictions on Guns in Bars, Churches, and College Campuses – Warnock Stated, “We Reject the Notion that More Guns Held by More People Will Magically Make Our Communities Safer”

(“Religious leaders decry gun proposal,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2/6/2014)

Democratic Georgia Senate candidate Raphael Warnock has criticized the second amendment multiple times in his sermons, something that has caused gun owners in the state to worry about the upcoming runoff election in January.

Georgia Dem Senate Candidate Raphael Warnock Criticized Second Amendment Multiple Times In His Sermons (Daily Caller, 11/16/2020)

In Addition To Trashing Law Enforcement, Warnock Also Has Also Railed Against The U.S. Military

FLASHBACK: Raphael Warnock in 2011: 'America, nobody can serve God and the military' (Fox News, 11/17/20)

Many Veterans Called For Warnock To Apologize And Depart From The U.S. Senate Race Over These Anti-Military Remarks

Raphael Warnock pressured to quit Georgia Senate race over military remark (Washington Times, 11/17/20)

In August 2020, Atlantic Magazine Reported that Warnock “Opposes All Abortion Restrictions.”

In August 2020, Atlantic Magazine profiled Warnock’s 2020 campaign for Georgia U.S. Senate. The article noted that Warnock was running as an “activist preacher” who “understands how to cloak the radical nature of his message.” In particular, Atlantic Magazine wrote, that Warnock “opposes all abortion restrictions.” (Emma Green, “Can the Religious Left Flip the Bible Belt?” Atlantic Magazine, 8/23/2020)

In an August 2020 WGAU Interview, Warnock Used The Gospel To Justify His Radical Position Of Killing Babies Up Until The Moment Of Birth.

In August 2020, WGAU’s Tim Bryant interviewed Warnock on his stances about Abortion. Christian Headlines provided a summary of the interview’s key points. Bryant asked Warnock how his pro- choice views “square with” Warnock “role as a minister, a leader of a church, a man of God.” Warnock replied, “I believe that healthcare is a human right ..., and for me, reproductive justice is consistent with my commitment to that.” Warnock further elaborated and stated, “I believe unequivocally in a woman’s right to choose, and that the decision is something that we don’t want government engaged in – that's between her and her doctor and her minister.” When asked if “that God endorses the millions of abortions we've had in this country since Roe v Wade?” Warnock replied, “I think that human agency and freedom is consistent with my view as a minister.” (Michael Foust, “Megachurch Pastor: Abortion 'Is Consistent with' Christianity and 'I Will Fight' to Keep it Legal,” Christian Headlines, 8/24/2020)