"America, Nobody Can Serve God And the Military," Georgia Senate Dem Candidate
Linking to all the Warnock scandals in the past few weeks is becoming a Herculean labor.
Raphael Warnock, the Democrat Senate pick for Georgia, pushed antisemitic attacks on Israel, defended Jeremiah Wright's hatred, worked at a church that held a celebration for Fidel Castro, was accused of running over his ex-wife's foot, and was arrested for interfering with a child abuse investigation.
Not to mention his incredibly racist mentor, "We have reached our limit of tolerance, and if it means death with dignity, or life with humiliation, we choose the former. And if that is the choice, we will take out some honkies with us."
Are we caught up on Warnock? Nope.
Democratic Senate candidate Raphael Warnock said in a 2011 sermon that Americans cannot serve God while also serving in the U.S. military.
"America, nobody can serve God and the military," Warnock said in the sermon delivered at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, where he serves as senior pastor. "You can't serve God and money. You cannot serve God and mammon at the same time."
Video of the remarks surfaced as Warnock is facing criticism for other controversial statements, including his claim that "America needs to repent for its worship of whiteness."
Alana Goodman, who had also turned up the Hillary child rapist tapes, does good work.
Is claiming that you can't serve in the military while being a Christian a problem in San Francisco and New York, where Warnock's money comes from? Nah. Would it be a problem in Georgia?
Georgia has 697,127 veterans and about 9% of the population consists of veterans.
That's a problem.