Far-left Democrats are on the march in America.
They represent the disturbing future of the party.
But one former NFL player called out one Senate candidate for the radical thing he said.
Election night 2020 didn’t go as planned for the Democrats.
The blue wave they were expecting did not happen.
They had hoped to win back the Senate because Republicans had a lot of seats up for grabs, but they were able to deny the Democrats a majority.
However, voter regularities in Georgia might have forced one Senate race into a runoff, which blocked the Republicans from getting 51 seats.
The other Senate race between Republican Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock is also going to a runoff, and Warnock is finally being vetted now that he has emerged as the second-leading vote getter.
It turns that Warnock—who has been endorsed by Bernie Sanders and other members of the socialist wing of the Democrat Party—is a wild-eyed radical.
Among many crazy statements, Reverend Warnock said that “nobody can serve God and the military.”
He’s also unabashedly pro-abortion with no restrictions whatsoever.
Former NFL tight end Benjamin Watson, a staunch Christian pro-life advocate, took Warnock to task for his position.
Equal access to kill a son or daughter is NOT justice.
JUSTICE is the equitable distribution of punishment AND protection.
JUSTICE is rooted in the dignity of every human endowed by their Creator.
One cannot truly fight for JUSTICE while simultaneously denying it. https://t.co/6Lf8ZziETb
— Benjamin Watson (@BenjaminSWatson) November 18, 2020
Warnock represents a disturbing trend in some protestant denominations, i.e. embrace and acceptance of abortion.
Warnock has said of abortion:
“I believe that healthcare is a human right…And I believe that it is something that the richest nation in the world provides for its citizens, and for me reproductive justice is consistent with my commitment to that.”
First, healthcare is not a human right; it is a service provided by someone else, so it cannot be guaranteed as a “right” without coercion.
Second, “reproductive justice” is an obnoxious euphemism, even by leftist standards.
Warnock has also 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…That is consistent with my view as a Christian minister. And I will fight for it.”
It’s amazing how radical leftists like Warnock want the government intervening in all affairs except when it comes to killing babies.
Warnock should have no chance of winning a Senate seat in Georgia, but there’s no telling how far Democrats will go for a victory.