Loeffler and Warnock repeatedly drove home the point that the stakes could not be higher. They’re right
In Sunday’s rare December runoff debate in Georgia, the two candidates for a U.S. Senate seat repeatedly drove home the point that the stakes could not be higher and they’re right.
Conservative Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and leftist Democratic candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock engaged in a heated debate that showcased their hugely different visions for America’s future in a race that polls show is well within the margin of error.
Loeffler had an outstanding performance in the debate and made it clear why she should be elected. On the other hand, Warnock failed to make the case why Georgians should risk their vote on his radically liberal candidacy.
Warnock’s beliefs are far outside mainstream Georgia values. He’s defended and praised Marxism, signed a letter harshly critical of Israel in 2019, and has not answered questions about whether he attended a speech given by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro at the church he worked at in 1995. It comes as no surprise that Warnock refuses to release most of his graduate thesis from Union Theological Seminary.
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