Tony Dungy Exposes ‘Pastor’ Raphael Warnock for the Fraud He Is in Just One Tweet – Opinion

Georgia Democrat Raphael Warnock has beaten his Republican opponent Herschel Walker in the race for his Senate seat.

What’s turning out to be the biggest challenge for Warnock is his affiliation with President Biden, whose low approval ratings at both the national and state levels are dragging him down. It’s gotten to the point that Warnock is even laughably trying to present himself as a moderate Democrat to the right of Biden on issues like taxes and border security.

Warnock himself has even indicated he knows he’s in trouble considering he’s running ads where he actually admits he hasn’t done much of anything to write home about in his 15 months as a Senator. Here’s the text from the adFor those who may have missed it

“I’m Raphael Warnock. I’m a dad, a senator, a pastor, but a magician I’m not. After just one year as a senator, I thought I was capable of fixing Washington. No. However, every day, I tried to think of what I could do in order to improve the state’s economy, create jobs and fix infrastructures, expand healthcare, etc. I approved this message because that’s not magic. That’s doing the job for Georgia.”

One area where Warnock isn’t showing moderation is on the issue of abortion. As we previously reported, in the aftermath of the Monday report detailing the Supreme Court leak on the draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito noting that “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” Warnock was among numerous Democrats who were quick to rush to the Twitter machine to voice their support for “a woman’s right to choose”:

As I wrote in response to the tweet, he couldn’t have handed Herschel Walker a bigger gift considering Georgia is not a blue state. It’s a reddish/purpling state, with plenty of middle grounders there who could go either way on these hot button issues. The position he took on abortion rights was not a “middle ground” type of position you see Democrats who try to portray themselves as “moderates” (as Warnock is doing) in battleground states take. Walker will exploit this extreme position in the months ahead by making a clear statement that he supports abortion on demand at all stages of pregnancy.

Though Warnock has faced criticism from fellow members of the clergy over his stance on abortion, which is inconsistent with Biblical teachings, perhaps no criticism was more cutting and to the point than the one he received from former NFL coach-turned-commentator Tony Dungy, who often proudly wears his Christian faith on his sleeve when speaking publicly about the moral issues our country faces.

Here’s what Dungy wrote to Warnock after his pro-abortion message was posted. His most significant part is his last question.

For those who don’t know, this is how Psalm 139:16 reads:

My unformed body was seen by your eyes; every day ordained for my life was written in your hand before it came to pass.

In December 2020 in the midst of Warnock’s campaign against then-Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R), Dungy also confronted Warnock on Twitter about his Christian faith after learning Warnock declared himself to be a “pro-choice pastor”:

Maybe when Warnock stops sticking his foot into his mouth he’ll finally give an answer not just on this question, but also as to why he would support an inhumane practice that disproportionately impacts the black community — because Georgia voters deserve to know. Keep watching.

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