Georgia Senate challenger touts his pro-abortion credentials: “I will always fight for reproductive justice” says Rev. Warnock

By Dave Andrusko

No reader of either NRL News Today or National Right to Life News is unaware of the importance of the two Georgia Senate run-off elections which will be held January 5. Republicans have a two-seat edge currently—50 to 48—but were pro-abortion Democrats to win both races, a tie would be broken by the Senate President—the Vice President.

Let’s give pro-abortion  Rev. Raphael Warnock, who is running against pro-life Senator Kelly Loeffler, credit for candor. He tweeted out

“Reproductive justice” is defined by supporters in a variety of ways. For us, as single-issue pro-lifers, it is not only the obvious—abortion on demand”—but also “access.” Access can and does mean many things but first and foremost it means facilitating abortion by making sure unwilling taxpayers foot the bill for elective abortions and eliminating any and all protective state laws.

They want the “right” to abort at your expense and to gut decades’ worth of pro-life progress.

So, give Rev, Warnock a “10” for candor.

But that’s not all. According to Breitbart News, Rev. Warnock said in an interview with WGAU’s Tim Bryant back in August that abortion is “consistent with” his philosophy as a Christian minister:

“I believe unequivocally in a woman’s right to choose, and that the decision is something that we don’t want government engaged in – that’s between her and her doctor and her minister,” he said, adding that, during his campaign, he has been “focused on women’s health, women’s choice, reproductive justice. That is consistent with my view as a Christian minister. And I will fight for it.”

When Bryant asked him, “Do you think it’s consistent with God’s view – that God endorses the millions of abortions we’ve had in this country since Roe v. Wade?” Warnock replied, “I think that human agency and freedom is consistent with my view as a minister.”

Breitbart’s Dr. Susan Berry then linked to a tweet from former NFL coach Tony Dungy where Dungy said,