Video footage from 2016 has emerged showing Georgia senatorial candidate Raphael Warnock, a Democrat, ranting about America’s alleged “worship of whiteness.”
Recorded a month before the 2016 presidential election, the footage shows Warnock, who was and continues to be a senior chapel at Atlanta’s Ebenzer Baptist Church, delivering a divisive sermon at Emory University’s Cannon Chapel.
During the sermon, which he titled “How Towers Tumble,” Warnock echoed the Marxist notion that America must be fundamentally changed because it’s fundamentally bad.
“We have constructed towers of domination that lift up a few, structures of evil that God never intended in the first place. When the quality of your education and access to basic health care is a function of your zip code, the whole city suffers. And the tower tumbles,” he said.
“When the wind blows, sometimes you have to bend, you have to recognize what’s going on in the world in order to keep from breaking. In other words, you have to repent, recognize what’s going on in the world. And the fierce winds of change are blowing through our nation like it or not. The complexion of this nation is changing like it or not. Change is coming, like it or not.”
Watch the full sermon below:
He then turned his ire to then-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and suggested America as a whole must repent for elevating Trump to such a high status.
“If it is true that a man who has dominated the news and poisoned the discussion for months needs to repent, then it is doubly true that a nation that can produce such a man and make his vitriol go viral needs to repent,” he said.
“No matter what happens next month, more than a third of the nation that would go along with this, is reason to be afraid. America needs to repent for its worship of whiteness, on full display this season.”
The latter part of the lengthy sermon can be heard below:
WARNOCK: America needs to repent for supporting Trump and its ‘worship of whiteness’ pic.twitter.com/xjhORjm7EC
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 2, 2021
The anti-Americanism and anti-white racism inherent in his sermon was nothing new. Such sentiments have in fact become a cornerstone of what it means to be a Democrat.
The irony is that within the past four years, the veritable worship of blackness has been far more prevalent than any purported “worship of whiteness.”
From the NFL playing the so-called “black national anthem” before all Week 1 games to corporations falling over themselves to grant black people — and only black people — certain privileges and perks, there’s been a demonstrable effort to elevate black people over everybody else, including but certainly not limited to whites.
And though this effort was accelerated by the death of black Minneapolis criminal suspect George Floyd, it’s been percolating for decades, as demonstrated by the following tweet posted in January of 2008 by prominent MSNBC talking head Chris Hayes:
Washington has been taken over by a master race of beautiful black people. I wish they’d all stay.
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) January 18, 2009
There isn’t a single example of any prominent man or woman on the right labeling white people a “master race” — and rightly so, because such a sentiment would be racist.
Yet in America, a country that Warnock accuses of suffering from the “worship of whiteness,” it’s apparently perfectly OK to label blacks a “master race.”
It’s also OK to …
- Capitalize black but not white.
- Prop up blacks at the expense of Asians and whites via affirmative action.
- Demand white people surrender their homes.
- Call for distributing the coronavirus vaccine to blacks first.
It’s almost as if Warnock’s perceived “culture of whiteness” is just a figment of his far-left mind. So, according to critics, is his belief that he’s a speaker of truths.
View a sample of the criticism below:
Warnock should repent for being a false prophet. No person portraying themselves as a man of the cloth would have that much hatred in their heart. He Should not hold the title “reverend.”
— matt (@mmace02) January 2, 2021
Talk about perverting Christianity. The whole premise of Christianity is come as you are, grace, love, & forgiveness. People need to quit using the pulpit for political speechesm
— David Walston & sometimes my Wife (@DarthDayv) January 2, 2021
The ‘moral high ground,’ lol.
If Americans (73% white) truly were racist, Warnock wouldn’t be a candidate. We are the most free, welcoming country in the world.
— Carla Lykins🎄 (@carlalykins) January 2, 2021
SMH this guy needs his preaching documents taken away from him. You can’t preach forgiveness and repentance if you don’t do it yourself. The Devil has a hold of this mans soul.
— Tom Stone (@t_stone61) January 2, 2021
You ever see “a condemned man” preach before? He fits the bill “For certain men have crept in unnoticed, who long ago were marked out for this condemnation, ungodly men, who turn the grace of our God into lewdness and deny the only Lord God and our Lord Jesus Christ.”
— James Allen (@allenjs101) January 2, 2021
“We’re a racist nation; at least at a political & legal point.
Most people in this country aren’t; they treat everyone based on merit; that’s how normal people are.
But at a legal & political level, this is a racist, black supremacist, reverse Jim Crow country”
— jackielantern🇺🇸 (@jackielantern8) January 2, 2021
In fairness to Warnock, he’s no different than any other Democrat whose chants of love, tolerance, unity and repentance are never grounded in reality.
A perfect case in point can be seen below:
A good watch:
— Nicholas Sandmann (@N1ckSandmann) January 2, 2021