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Raphael Warnock is one of the Democrats running for one of the two U.S. Senate seats up for grabs in Georgia. Warnock is a supposed reverend.

He turned heads on Twitter Tuesday night with a short message:


“I am a pro-choice pastor.”

At Sunday’s debate, Warnock said he has a “profound reverence for life and an abiding respect for choice.”

“The question is who’s decision is it? And I happen to think that a patient’s room is too small a place for a woman, her doctor and the U.S. government,” Warnock said.

Warnock claimed to be concerned about life, pivoting to high rates of infant mortality and maternal mortality in America compared to other developed nations.

According to his own website, Warnock is “proud” to have been endorsed by NARAL and Planned Parenthood Action Fund.

Warnock’s website says he believes in a woman’s right to kill her baby, or “choose” as he calls it. He has vowed to support judicial nominees who support a woman’s right to kill their unborn baby.

Forget the election, I hope Mr. Warnock realizes the error in his ways before it is too late. Not pastor is pro-abortion. No pastor is proud to be endorsed by Planned Parenthood and NARAL.

Warnock is no pastor at all. At least not in a church of God.

Pro-choice pastors represent a special kind of evil. They mock the Lord.

They are likely some of the many who will be told to depart from God because He never knew them.

Author: Jacob Hall


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