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Veterans Call for Georgia Democrat to End Senate Bid Over Past Comments

Warnock’s runoff race against Trump-backed Republican Kelly Loeffler is set to be decided in a vote on January 5th.

With the very crux of the American political machine now reliant on the results of a Georgia runoff race for the US Senate, the candidates involved in the all-important contest are now going to be under the media microscope in a big way.

Of these candidates, Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock has already garnered a great deal of scrutiny over his past remarks on Marxism, as well as his affiliation with a church that once hosted Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.

Now, a group of veterans from the Peach State are asking Warnock to end his bid for the Senate based on things that he’s said in the past regarding the military.

Dozens of veterans from Georgia are calling on Democratic Senate candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock to drop out of the state’s run-off race in January after his nearly a decade-old comment saying “nobody can serve God and the military” resurfaced.

Fox News obtained a list of more than four dozen Georgia veterans who are calling on Warnock to suspend his campaign.

“Raphael Warnock’s comments about military men and women are despicable and flat-out wrong,” the veterans said in a statement. “Here in Georgia, true leaders recognize the service and sacrifice of all who have courageously defended our nation’s freedom.”

And thats’ not all…

They added that is is “sad to see Raphael Warnock is more interested in insulting and condemning our military than in building communities that support and protect them.”

“We stand together in calling on Raphael Warnock to drop out immediately, and we remain grateful to those who honor our fellow men and women in uniform—and our Creator,” they said.

Warnock’s runoff race against Trump-backed Republican Kelly Loeffler is set to be decided in a vote on January 5th.

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