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Warnock - Corruption, cronyism, quid pro quo? And will it matter?

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8 mins ago, RiverRaider said:


The Rev. Warnock has much in common with the Rev. Sharpton and the Rev. Jackson 


Fraudulent Men of God 

 

Don't forget rev. Wright, Obama's spiritual leader.

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49 mins ago, The Dude said:

Got to love the "you don't know what's going on in Georgia because you don't live there" angle from someone who also doesn't live in Georgia. :laugh:

He has family there and they actually own a TV

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14 mins ago, RiverRaider said:


The Rev. Warnock has much in common with the Rev. Sharpton and the Rev. Jackson 


Fraudulent Men of God 

 

He’s not the one who watched his wife do the pool guy is he?

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Steers 16 million … lol lol lol … just think what the dem..rts can do when they close the jails in the blu controlled c h I t house cities ..as previously posted … ssoooooa many condos, how many can be fitted in a converted jail lol lol lol …rikers islandt is beautiful when it’s a condo … hmmm who is contracting company … what donor ? Lol lol lol … suckers … and the c h I t show in Georgia continues ..

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3 hours ago, flyangler said:

Are GA Dems proud to have this guy as their senator from Georgia? 

 

My reading it that Warnock is getting hammered with issues related to his church and this apartment complex. This can only add to his woes in that regard. The key question is whether such potential impropriety will lead to votes for Walker or just abstentions. 

investments like this one for other vital transportation projects in Atlanta and across our state."

 

Apparently, the voters in GA made their choice known.

 

I doubt we have any GA "Dems" here in the PG.

 

As to the "key question"?  Looks like the voters will chose Warnock regardless of "potential impropriety" over the absolutely dreadful Walker.  

 

 

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3 hours ago, Fishhead7 said:

Warnock - Corruption, cronyism, quid pro quo? And will it matter?

 

Nope.  As long as the MSM shields voters from the truth, it doesn't matter.  

 

 

Pretty sure that the article from the Free Beacon is MSM

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3 hours ago, Fishhead7 said:

   As long as the MSM shields voters from the truth, it doesn't matter.  

 

 

As long as he's up against an incoherent lump of blathering nonsense, it doesn't matter.  

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Georgia Senate runoff: Poll shows leader in crucial showdown between Sen. Warnock and Herschel Walker

Inflation and 'threats to democracy' tied as most important issues to Georgia voters

With just two weeks left until the highly anticipated Georgia Senate runoff, a new poll found that Sen. Raphael Warnock has a slim lead over GOP opponent Herschel Walker.

 

An AARP poll released Tuesday surveying Georgia voters found that Warnock has a slight edge over Walker, 51% to 47%. 

 

Warnock holds a strong 24-point lead among voters 18 to 49 years of age, while Walker is up nine percentage points among Georgia voters ages 50 and over.

 

According to the poll, 51% of respondents have a favorable opinion of Warnock. Only 45% have a favorable opinion of Walker, while more of the voters surveyed, 49%, have an unfavorable opinion of the political newcomer.

 

The survey revealed that Georgia voters are more fond of former President Donald Trump than current President Joe Biden. Only 43% of respondents approve of the job Biden is currently doing as president, while Trump received a 48% job approval rating for his time in the White House.

 

About 16% of voters 50 and older said that "threats to democracy" was the leading issue when deciding their vote for the Senate runoff, tying in first place with 16% who said inflation and rising prices are the most important issues.

 

Social Security and Medicare were the issues of top concern to 11% of respondents, while the economy and jobs were most important to 10% when deciding on their Senate vote.
 

Inflation was the leading issue to 26% of Republican voters, where 29% of Democratic voters said that "threats to democracy" was the most pressing issue going into the runoff. Among all respondents, 63% said that they are either very or somewhat worried about their financial situation.

 

After Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto managed to hold onto her Senate seat in Nevada, the Democratic Party was guaranteed to hold the majority in the chamber. If Walker wins the Dec. 6. runoff, the Senate will be split 50-50 with Vice President Kamala Harris providing the tie-breaking vote on the Senate floor, whereas if Warnock claims victory, the Senate will be split, 51-49, and Democrats will hold the outright majority.

 

The AARP poll was conducted Nov. 11-17 with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.

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1 hour ago, dwyak said:

As long as he's up against an incoherent lump of blathering nonsense, it doesn't matter.  

Didn't work for Oz. 

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17 mins ago, KnewBee said:

^^^   Wow!  Polls and an uncited "article"

 

Compelling and riveting 

Anytime you want to post something other than snark, feel free to enlighten those here. Otherwise....

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8 mins ago, flyangler said:

Anytime you want to post something other than snark, feel free to enlighten those here. Otherwise....

I will, and will properly cite any C&P

 

(non snark)

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