Georgia Democrat Senate candidate Raphael Warnock claimed victory over Republican incumbent Kelly Loeffler in the razor-thin runoff election early Wednesday morning.
Even before most media corporations took the plunge to make a prediction about Warnock’s run against Loeffler, the leftist reverend gave a virtual speech shortly before 1:00 a.m. celebrating his more than 35,000-vote lead in the Peach State.
“We were told we couldn’t win this election, but tonight, we proved that with hope, hard work, and the people by our side, anything is possible,” Warnock said.
“May my story be an inspiration to some young person who is trying to grasp and grab hold of the American dream,” he continued, nodding to the fact that he would become the state’s first black senator.
Warnock, who has expressed radical beliefs such as praising communist dictator Fidel Castro, condemning and insulting law enforcement officers, criticizing Israel as an “apartheid” state, and openly advocating for the murder of unborn babies, has also come under fire after reports resurfaced of