Raphael Doesn’t Just Flirt With Marxism, He Embraces It

Raphael Doesn’t Just Flirt With Marxism, He Embraces It

Raphael Doesn’t Just Flirt With Marxism, He Embraces It

If you think Georgia Candidate, Raphael Warnock’s Marxist overtures are just a wink and a smile, you’re wrong. To flirt is to insert intrigue and subtlety to the mix. Warnock does no such thing.

Warnock’s love affair with Marxist ideologies is not just a mild flirtation, it’s a full-on grope. Young voters will rush to the polls to cast their vote for him in the runoffs. They, after all, want to be part of a revolution, baby!

Flirt with revolution, they say. What sort of revolution are we talking about here? Celebrating a murderous dictator by the name of Fidel Castro is not merely flirting with Marxism.

Division and fear is a Marxist tactic, Reverend Warnock, And Fidel Castro was “complex”? The infamous “paredón”? Castro was “welcomed” in Warnock’s church in 1995. Yes, your sins do each up to you. When Jake Tapper of CNN questioned Warnock about the incident, he said this:

I will tell you what I understand. I understand why Kelly Loeffler is trying to change the subject. I was a youth pastor. I had nothing to do with that program. I did not make any decisions regarding the program. I have never met the Cuban dictator. And so I’m not connected to him.”-Raphael Warnock

Deflection, deflection and more deflection. He still called Castro “complex”. Can’t pin that on Loeffler.

“Don’t let anybody tell you a simple story. Life usually isn’t very simple. His legacy is complex. Kind of like America’s legacy is complex.”-Raphael Warnock

Complex. Nuanced. Layered. Like an onion or like a parfait? What was complex about it, exactly? How many citizens Castro did starve to death for that legacy? Or how many did he and Che Guevara kill by firing squad? Oh, yes. But Cuba has government-sponsored healthcare and free education from cradle-to-grave. All attributed to Castro’s “complex legacy”, no doubt.

Warnock all but cuddles up in a spoon with the murderous dictator. But condoning murder does not stop at calling Fidel Castro “complex”. Nope. According to The Reverend Raphael Warnock, abortion is also justifiable according to (his) Biblical principal:

I think that human agency and freedom is consistent with my view as a minister.”-Raphael Warnock

I love these people who twist the Bible in their favor to justify abhorrent behavior. Admittedly, the schmucks with the aviator frames and the expensive, ugly shoes in the name of prosperity doctrine are gag-worthy but justifying abortion is just reprehensible. “Fearfully and wonderfully made” takes on new meaning in Marxist political campaigning. Human agency does not apply to the “least of these”, the voiceless, the defenseless. Warnock is indeed serving two masters here. And yet, hypocrite that he is, he still serves two masters-from the pulpit and from his campaign podium.

Gabe Kaminsky of TownHall also highlights Warnock’s support of the Black Live Matter movement-a movement strongly ties to Marxist tenets. There’s this:

Police officers are not all good, you know what I’m saying? Most of them are bad, we know that.”-Sasha Williams, Warnock Campaign

Police reform in these circles has little to do with training programs and investing in the physical and mental well-being of our law enforcement officers. Police reform in these circles is code for defunding the police. Because “most of them are bad, we know that”.

Who is Williams referring to as “we”, here? Doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this out. Most of them are bad. Like the ones who questioned Warnock when he ran over his then-wife’s foot? Most of them are bad. Like the law enforcement personnel probing into allegations of child abuse at church camps? Such a shame children (who got urine tossed on them) had to see their camp counselors hauled away in handcuffs!

In short, three seemingly dangerous ideas are conveyed. Here we have Raphael Warnock, justifying the actions of a brutal dictator, advocating for “human agency” for some humans and campaigning under the premise that most law enforcement officials are “bad people”. He does this all while taking a pulpit and twisting the Bible to his followers. And while Americans can’t serve God and country, Raphael Warnock thinks he can serve God and Marxism? Yeah, okay.

Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.”-Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels on religion

That’s a special strain of snake oil Raphael Warnock is selling his followers. Lambs to the slaughter, if you will. The Marxist overtures are not just a brush across the crowded room. No. They are a full, enveloped embrace followed up with not a brush against the lips but a full-on, snake-like tongue rammed down one’s throat. Raphael Warnock doesn’t merely flirt with Marxism, he openly fornicates with it.

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