Pastor Raphael Warnock tweeted this blasphemous statement last week:
I am a pro-choice pastor.
— Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock (@ReverendWarnock) December 9, 2020
There’s no such thing as a pro-choice pastor.
Real pastors support life and protecting the rights of the unborn.
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This type of reality-inverting statement isn’t surprising coming from a Marxist poser like Warnock.
He spews nothing but hatred, division, and race-bait.
Warnock stirred up heated debates across the country when he said America was fighting two pandemics, Covid-19 and Covid-1619.
"We've been trying to beat back this virus of racism since 1619 when 20 slaves arrived on the shores of Jamestown, Virginia"
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) June 23, 2020
"…We've also been dealing with what I called in my sermon last week, COVID 1619. It is this virus we've been doing battle with… since the day 50 Africans arrived on the shores of Jamestown, Virginia." @ReverendWarnock pic.twitter.com/lfiObdp80r
— Way Too Early with Kasie Hunt (@WayTooEarly) June 8, 2020
Nothing more than Critical Race Theory/Project 1619 nonsense that purposely attempts to incite racial division.
That tactic is textbook from the Marxist playbook and it’s been used in America for decades.
Other black pastors aren’t falling for Warnock’s immorality and divisive tactics.
And they’re calling him out.
You can't water down the Word of God to please man…There’s nothing in Bible that excuses abortion. And there's definitely nothing in the Bible that says MAN or WOMAN should have a CHOICE whether they sin or not. @ReverendWarnock, You are a Pro-Sin pastor! Shame on you! pic.twitter.com/H2F2EQ1rvA
— Diante Johnson (@BCFPresident) December 16, 2020
— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) December 15, 2020
Over 25 Black Pastors Urge Raphael Warnock to Fight ‘Systemic Racism of Abortion’ https://t.co/vVB7vs3E6B
— super czar (@Kristokoff) December 17, 2020
In an open letter, 25 Black pro-life pastors condemn Georgia Senate candidate @ReverendWarnock over his support of #abortion. “Your open advocacy of abortion is a scandal to the faith and to the Black community,” the letter states.https://t.co/1MTtiv3GcJ
— The Daily Citizen (@FocusCitizen) December 16, 2020
You can read the letter here:
Black pastors urge US Senate candidate Warnock to repent: "As a Christian pastor & Black leader, you have a duty to denounce the evil of abortion, which kills a disproportionate number of Black children. Your advocacy of abortion is a scandal to the faith" https://t.co/lCKYe3sfpG
— TheChurchCatholic (@_ChurchCatholic) December 14, 2020
If Pastor Warnock cared about systematic racism like he claims, he would research the history of Planned Parenthood.
The wicked organization was founded by eugenicist Margaret Sanger and they still target minority communities.
Also a lot of people who say “black lives matter” also have no problem supporting an organization (planned parenthood) that was founded by a racist eugenicist and which still targets minority communities. https://t.co/eUF3iklVsB
— Inspiring Christendom (@IChristendom) December 12, 2020
Planned Parenthood targets the black community. How much help do they offer women who want to keep their babies or offer them for adoption? None.
— ♱🇺🇸⭐️Good to Hear ❌🇺🇸♱ (@goodtohear) December 10, 2020
GREAT NEWS: Black pro-lifers have filed a racial discrimination claim against Planned Parenthood because the org targets black mothers and babies.
This would be true justice for all. https://t.co/69G0akRmkj
— Students for Life of America (@StudentsforLife) October 31, 2020
The Blaze reported on the letter calling out this fraud:
A coalition of more than 25 black pastors — mainly from Georgia — recently called out Democratic Senate candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock over his support for abortion ahead of the Peach State’s Jan. 5 runoff elections.
In a letter obtained by Fox News and sent last Friday, the pastors said they felt “compelled to confront” the reverend after he recently made public comments supporting abortion, which they said represented “grave errors of judgment and a lapse in pastoral responsibility.”
In November, Warnock tweeted, “I will always fight for reproductive justice.” Then in another tweet, he said, “I’m a pro-choice pastor, and I believe that a hospital room is way too small for a woman, her doctor, and the United States government.”
The tweets followed an earlier public statement the reverend made during a podcast interview in which he argued that abortion is an exercise of “human agency and freedom” and is “consistent with” his beliefs as a minister.
The article also states:
“Can you in good conscience defend abortion, knowing that abortion kills 474 Black babies for every 1000 live births?” the pastors asked.
“For all of the above reasons, we entreat you to reconsider your public advocacy for abortion,” they concluded. “We implore you to uphold the Biblical defense of life and to fight against the systemic racism of abortion.”
It’s not the first time that Warnock has been confronted over his support for abortion. Last week, former NFL coach Tony Dungy questioned Warnock’s faith over the issue.
Don’t expect Warnock to back down on his pro-choice position.
Doing so would go against the wicked principles of the Democrat Party that he’s running on.
But real Christians and protectors of the unborn see right through his horrific rhetoric.
Warnock is nothing but a radical Marxist fraud who’s speaking from a pulpit to brainwash naïve believers.
We’ll never fall for it.