Submitted by John Velisek
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In 2016, Warnock criticized white evangelical Christians and Catholics for giving support to our President. Warnock also called President Trump a fascist, a racist, and a xenophobe. In the same footsteps of the Reverend Al Sharpton, this so-called Pastor claimed the President Trump support by Christians and Catholics revealed the “moral bankruptcy of the American church.” He accused President Trump of winning the election because his candidacy moved forward because of the constant drumbeat of racism from his campaign. He is denied the racism and corruption of the Obama administration.
He accuses President Trump of putting illegal children in cages without acknowledging that Obama was the President who implemented the process long before Trump was even running for President.
Warnock and the progressive socialist media sycophants refuse to explain the facts of a 2002 arrest for obstruction of a police investigation in child abuse at a camp in Carroll County In Maryland. Warnock was not suspect in the child abuse at the camp, but was arrested for obstruction because he refused to allow state troopers to interview the counselors in question. Warnock at the time worked for the church in Camp Farthest Out at Eldersburg, Maryland. It was claimed by the Maryland State Troopers Diane Barry of the Maryland Child and Sexual Assault that Warnock interrupted the Troopers’ interviews into the incident. His concern was that the counselors did not have any counsel, even though the counselors were told they could leave at any time and were under no obligation to answer any questions.
Before Warnock worked at the Douglas Memorial church, he was employed at the Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York. Warnock was an assistant pastor at the church when the Communist Cuba dictator gave a speech in 1995. The address was described as civil disobedience against the United States, and Castro was called a great and honorable man. Combined with his praise of Castro, Warnock praised the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and declared that Marxism was the best way to teach the black church.
Warnock has praised his theological mentor, Dr. James Hal Cone, as a powerful voice of high spiritual magnitude. Warnock must not have been there when Cone called white Christians “Satanic” and called for the destruction of everything “white” in society. Cone has called the white Christian church a theology of the Anti-Christ and has to be destroyed to eradicate whiteness from society. Cone also spoke of whites being unable to make any judgments about existence. For some reason, he feels he can claim that blackness was the intention for humanity. This same mentor, a theological figure that Warnock feels should be held up as a paragon of virtue, also argued that black people should use any means necessary, including violence, to overthrow American society. Warnock says this is the man who will bring our country closer together and rise in a spirit of unity that he spews forth at his campaign stops.
Warnock has shown himself to be a virulent Anti-Semite and has described Jesus many times as a Palestinian peasant. It has always been agreed by both Jewish and Catholic scholars and documented by archeological findings and facts the Jesus was a Jewish man from Judea. He has condemned the movement of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, the true capital of Israel.
Warnock was on sycophantic leftist Joy Reid’s show and declared that those who describe him as a socialist were not troublesome but sad. He refuses to explain why in a 2009 sermon, he said socialism was called for by Scripture. I have been a Christian for about 20 years and discuss these sorts of things with people who Warnock would describe as “bible thumpers” for almost 50 to 60 years. None have found any socialism in the Christian bible. Combined with his belief that white Christians should be eradicated, it is difficult to take him seriously.
Warnock has also declared health care as a human right. I am reasonably well-versed in our country’s founding documents, and I have not found health care anywhere. I admit we need more than the rugged individualism of our Founders. We do have emergency rooms and clinics, low cost, and free throughout our country. But the irresponsibility of forcing others to pay for the health mistakes you may have made in your life is not consistent with personal responsibility.