In the last few weeks, the media and Democratic partisans have zeroed in on the Georgia Senate race with repeated attacks against Trump-endorsed Republican nominee Herschel Walker.
Walker, who is staunchly pro-life, has been accused of hypocrisy because he allegedly paid his ex-girlfriend to have an abortion thirteen years ago.
Walker denies the claims, and key figures such as President Donald Trump and National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Rick Scott (R-Fl.) have continued to support him.
A new report by Breitbart indicates that Walker’s opponent, incumbent Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) has not practiced the values that he literally preached both in politics and at the church he ministers at.
Warnock, who receives nearly $400,000 a year from his Congressional salary and his salary and benefits as a pastor, attacked former Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) for not extending pandemic-era protections that protected tenants from eviction.
A non-profit ran by the church he ministers at attempted to evict tenants at their apartment buildings for owing less than $30 in rent.
Pandemic unemployment benefits and eviction protections will expire this month.
And it's all because @Kloeffler and Senate Republicans refuse to fight for families.
— Reverend Raphael Warnock (@ReverendWarnock) December 7, 2020
Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock’s (D-GA) church reportedly tried to evict tenants during the pandemic while he raked in a $120,000 pastoral salary and a $7,417 monthly housing allowance from the church on top of his Senate salary.
Warnock’s church, Ebenezer Baptist Church, attempted to evict eight tenants from an Atlanta apartment building the nonprofit owns for as little as $28.55 in overdue rent, according to financial documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon. Financial statements from 2021 show Ebenezer Baptist Church is doing quite well financially, with liquid assets of more than $1.2 million.
Columbia Tower at MLK Village in downtown Atlanta, a facility that caters to the “chronically homeless” and those with “mental disabilities,” has found itself sued a dozen times during the pandemic. One of the latest lawsuits shows a tenet was asked to vacate the apartment building for $4,900 due in back rent, a sum that is nearly half of Warnock’s pastoral monthly housing allowance.