A top Democrat is fighting once again for his political life.
There are disgraceful details of his past emerging.
A top Democrat is facing a major scandal at the worst of times for him.
Republican Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker will face off against incumbent Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock in a runoff election on December 6 that will decide which party controls the Senate as neither candidate secured over 50% of the vote.
Warnock has come under fire for many scandals in his past.
Warnock’s then-wife, Ouleye Ndoye, alleged to police in 2020 that Warnock ran over her foot with a car, according to a police report obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Warnock said while addressing Atlanta’s Candler School of Theology in 2016 that “America needs to repent for its worship of whiteness on full display.”
Warnock was arrested for interfering with a state trooper in 2002 who was investigating allegations of child abuse at a church camp Warnock was running.
Warnock said that Marxism has “much to teach the black church” in his 2014 book, “The Divided Mind of the Black Church: Theology, Piety, and Public Witness.”
Now Warnock is facing his latest scandal coming from the way the church he pastored was running a church-owned apartment building while Warnock received a $7,417 monthly housing allowance from Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Warnock appeared on camera dodging a reporter’s question about alleged mold and insect infestations in Columbia Tower at MLK Village.
“Senator Warnock, what are you doing to address the situation with the mold and corpses at Columbia Tower?” an unknown person asked Warnock on camera on a video clip posted to Twitter.
Republican Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker retweeted saying, “[email protected] has failed the people of the Columbia Towers and the people of Georgia. #SlumLordMillionaire.”
The church-owned apartment complex has also come under fire for threatening to evict tenants for as little as $192 in unpaid rent.
Phillip White, a black Marine veteran who served during the Vietnam War, told the Washington Free Beacon that he was in danger of being evicted.
“[Warnock] said there would be no evictions,” White told the Free Beacon. “He knew that was a lie. What he was really saying is there would be no evictions until after the election.”
Walker offered to pay the past-due rent for the tenants who are facing eviction at Columbia Tower at MLK Village but White declined Walker’s help, telling the Free Beacon he would “feel good” if he paid off the debt himself.
“I help me. I got to tighten my belt and do the things I need to do,” White said. “If I do that, I’ll feel good. I’ll sleep better at night, sleep real good.”
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