The virtue-signaling corporate media are working overtime to convince Georgians that they shouldn’t vote for a Republican candidate like Herschel Walker who may have a checkered past with abortion.
What the corrupt press isn’t telling you is that by skipping the voting line for Walker, thousands of Georgians would open the door for incumbent Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock, a pro-abortion activist with extremist views that directly contradict voters’ wishes for abortion law, to keep his seat.
In the past, Warnock has failed to answer The Federalist’s questions about whether he specifically backs any restrictions on abortions up until the moment of birth. Warnock has also refused to say whether he agrees with Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams’ scientifically false assertion that unborn babies don’t have heartbeats in early gestation.
Despite his reluctance to answer questions, Warnock’s desire to legalize abortion through all nine months of pregnancy is no secret. That’s why he demanded that the Biden administration “use the full force of the federal government to protect abortion access in the United States.” It’s also why he won’t say whether he would support conscience protections for pro-life doctors with religious objections to abortion.
In Warnock’s short time in the Senate, he’s devoted hours of his time to pushing for the expansion of abortion. That included pledging to vote for the misnomered Women’s Health Protection Act, which, if passed, would legalize abortion up until birth in all 50 states. Now he’s leading the charge against Walker and other pro-life candidates who tout the type of abortion bans that a majority of voters say they support.
Warnock brags about his endorsements from NARAL and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the activist arm of the nation’s largest abortion mill. When he’s not pandering to pro-abortion groups and promoting “a woman’s right to choose” to end her baby’s life, he’s calling abortion restrictions that voters want and accept “extreme.”
A self-proclaimed “pro-choice pastor,” Warnock also regularly preaches in favor of ending lives in the womb, despite receiving pushback from other black pastors and pro-life groups. He has even mocked conservative pro-lifers from the pulpit.
Even before his time in the Senate, Warnock’s career was marked by zealous abortion activism. In 2014, Warnock joined six other activists in writing a letter to then-Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, criticizing his decision to sign a Senate bill that banned Obamacare coverage for abortion. Warnock slammed the law for causing “unfair, unjust and harmful consequences for regular everyday Georgians.”
Regardless of whether the report about Walker’s past with abortion is true, Warnock does not deserve the votes of pro-lifers or most Americans who want restrictions on the barbaric practice. Don’t let the media’s whining about the “moral” failure of the GOP for backing Walker distract you from the fact that Warnock openly wishes to legalize the slaying of millions of babies in the womb without regulation or restriction.