Raphael Warnock Opens Mouth, Inserts Foot in Latest Revealing Campaign Move

Raphael Warnock Opens Mouth, Inserts Foot in Latest Revealing Campaign Move
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We’ve written before about how the woes are piling up for Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) on multiple fronts, including on how President Biden’s low approval ratings are helping drag him down big time in a potential match up with likely Republican nominee Herschel Walker, who Warnock has trailed in all but one poll taken to date, including one from a Democrat polling firm.

Not only that, but Warnock is in the middle of a child custody dispute with his ex-wife Oulèye Ndoye, who is “accusing Warnock of neglect of his children and failure to pay for childcare, leaving her ‘financially strapped,'” according to a Free Beacon report, which also noted both Warnock and Ndoye recently filed a joint motion requesting to have past and future pleadings sealed and family court hearings closed so they can’t be used as political fodder by Warnock’s opponents and/or those who support them.

Warnock appears to be aware of how much Biden is dragging the Democrat ticket down, too, considering he and other vulnerable Democrats are now laughably pretending to be tax-cutters fighting for the little guy as Americans continue to feel the pinch at the gas pump and at the grocery store. Warnock is also desperately trying to distance himself from the Joe Biden’s decision to allow Title 42 to expire near the end of May, which is a highly unpopular move not just with Republicans but also with Independent voters.

But it’s Warnock’s latest campaign move that in my opinion confirms more than anything else he’s done so far that he knows he’s in big trouble with Georgia voters. In a new video released Tuesday titled “Magician,” Warnock seems to acknowledge that he hasn’t been a very effective Senator and doesn’t really have much of anything to show for his first year-plus in office:

“I’m Raphael Warnock. I’m a dad, a senator, a pastor, but a magician I’m not. So in just a year in the Senate did I think I could fix Washington? Of course not. But every day I focused on what I could do for our state, creating jobs, fixing infrastructure, expanding healthcare. I approved this message because that’s not magic. That’s doing the job for Georgia.”


I’m sorry, that’s just a terrible ad, basically telling voters who elected him based on the promises from both him and Joe Biden in January 2020 that electing Warnock and Jon Ossoff would ensure Democrats could “get things done” in Washington, D.C. because it would make the Senate 50-50 with Vice President Kamala Harris being the 51st and deciding vote on legislation that they were sold a bill of goods:

Saying Warnock is “playing a whole lot of defense” at this point is actually an understatement. The bottom line here is that Warnock has been little more than a seat warmer in the Senate for Democrats since he took office. Now he’s also saddled with the burden of having the President of the United States, who vigorously campaigned on his behalf, being deeply unpopular in Georgia with the economy and inflation being the top concerns for voters.

To fight back, he’s actually portraying himself as a moderate, sensible Democrat (is there even such a thing?) when everything we learned about him pre-election confirmed he was anything but. Hopefully, a majority of Georgia voters see right through this ploy come Election Day, because Warnock has demonstrated on a number of occasions that he simply does not have the best interests of Georgians at heart.

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