The fate of two Senate seats in Georgia will be decided by runoff elections in January. But boy, Democrats don’t do themselves any favors.
One of the candidates trying to unseat a Republican is Warnock. He is a black pastor who has gotten himself into hot water for controversial stances on Fidel Castro and court-packing.
By all accounts, he is a far-left progressive who supports radical policies.
Now, he gets deeper into trouble, as a new video emerges. From Fox News:
Tucker airs bodycam footage of police responding to the altercation earlier this year between Raphael Warnock and his now ex-wife when the Georgia Senate candidate allegedly ran over her foot during a heated argument. pic.twitter.com/Sj0JjHVI1U
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 23, 2020
U.S. Senate candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock’s wife told a police officer in March that her husband is “a great actor” and “phenomenal at putting on a really good show,” after Warnock denied her allegations that he deliberately ran over her foot…
“Did you run over her foot?” the officer asks.
“I don’t think so,” Warnock says. “I do not think so.”
New bodycam police video reveals an incident where Warnock’s wife called the cops, after he allegedly ran over her foot with his car.
The wife, according to the video, calls the Democrat a “great actor” who puts on a “really good show.”
When cops as Warnock if he ran over her foot, he twice says, “I don’t think so.”
Hmm… that’s a pretty good answer, for a lawyer. In real life, how does someone not know if they ran over their wife’s foot?
Did she not tell him he ran over her foot? Did he not hear her screaming and in pain? Was she calling the cops for no reason? Or was she lying?
If she was lying, you’d think Warnock would have said so. Instead, he gives an answer that can’t be used against him—if this thing went to court.
Perhaps his wife was right about him being a “good actor,” but not an honest person.
But how this will affect his election chances remains to be seen. Georgia has had a terrible record this year for elections.
Do you think Republicans will pull off a win in Georgia and hold the U.S. Senate?