The Rev. Raphael Warnock, a radical Democratic Senate candidate in Georgia, was hit with personal tax liens four times in recent years for being either unwilling or unable to pay the trash collection bill at one of his properties, according to a report Monday.
As if Georgia’s voters didn’t need another reason to refrain from casting their ballots for Warnock on Tuesday when they head to the polls for the state’s Senate runoff elections, National Review reported he racked up and didn’t pay for $2,595 worth of waste disposal services multiple years beginning in 2010.
Should the Democrat defeat GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler, he could be a catalyst to a new era of government in which some rights are cost-prohibitive for Americans. Warnock’s potential votes in the Senate likely would assist his party in waging a war on police, funding more abortions, attacking the Second Amendment and raising taxes on