All of this started when Warnock, the radical leftist Dem Senate candidate in Georgia, falsely claimed that he had never called Israel an apartheid state. Warnock made this claim in response to the revelation that he had signed a letter comparing Israel to South Africa.
The anti-Israel letter falsely alleged that, “The heavy militarization of the West Bank, reminiscent of the military occupation of Namibia by apartheid South Africa.”
Warnock denied it, writing, “Claims that I believe Israel is an apartheid state are patently false — I do not believe that.”
“I do not believe Israel is an apartheid state, as some have suggested,” Warnock falsely claimed on a Jewish Democratic Council for America conference call.
All of this was possible only because the original letter had been signed by multiple participants and the wording could have allowed for some historical ambiguity. Since then multiple videos of vicious attacks by Warnock on the Jewish state have surface.
In one of those videos, Warnock compares Prime Minister Netanyahu to George Wallace and explicitly uses the term “apartheid” in relation to Israel.
“The state will either be Jewish, or it will be a democracy. It cannot be both. If you do not have a Palestinian state, you will have to have apartheid in Israel that denies other citizens, sisters and brothers, citizenship,” Warnock ranted in 2015.
Aside from the fact that Warnock lied, he appears to be very engaged with the anti-Israel cause. How many American clergy members follow Israeli elections or repeatedly preach about current events in Israel? This isn’t commonplace and strongly suggests that Warnock is closely tied to anti-Israel groups.
Which means if he were to win, he could be the most anti-Israel member of the Senate, the equivalent of Tlaib or Omar, and that’s saying something.