Politics

Perfect contrast in Georgia’s runoff: Pro-Life Herschel Walker versus pro-abortion Sen. Raphael Warnock

By Dave Andrusko

It shouldn’t, and it doesn’t surprise us, that in the final stages of the runoff between pro-life Herschel Walker and pro-abortion Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock that Warnock is still touting his record on abortion at the same time refusing to address the question what limits (if any) he’d put on abortion.

Over the weekend Warnock “waded into Herschel Walker’s own backyard over the weekend, rallying with students at the University of Georgia just one day after the school’s football team, on which Walker was a star running back in the 1980s, won the SEC title game,” according to Fox News’ Brandon Gillespie. “Warnock touted his record defending abortion and claimed he was the ‘champion’ for the most marginalized in the state.”

The “marginalized” clearly does not include the littlest and most marginalized of us all: the unborn child.

“The women of this state woke up one summer morning and discovered that a constitutional protection that they had known for half a century– Roe v. Wade has been on the books so long that women of reproductive age don’t remember a world without it,” Warnock said. “Neither does their mother, and, in many instances, their grandmother. And In one fell swoop, core constitutional protection [were] taken.”

Warnock is a key vote that President Joe Biden and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer need to advance their radical pro-abortion agenda in the Senate. “National Right to Life has worked diligently to educate Georgia voters about the clear contrast between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock on abortion,” Political Director Karen Cross has written. “Walker opposes unlimited abortion, and he supports measures to protect unborn children and their mothers. He also opposes the use of tax dollars to pay for abortions. Conversely, Warnock supports a policy of unlimited abortion for any reason, even late in pregnancy, and he has voted to use your tax dollars to pay for abortions.”

Pro-life Walker said he is “a proud pro-life Christian” who “will always stand up for our unborn children.”

“You never know what a child is going to become,” Walker said. “And I’ve seen some people, they’ve had some tough times, but I always said, ‘No matter what, tough times make tough people.’”

Fellow pro-abortion Georgia Sen. Ossof told students at the Miller Learning Center

“This is real life, y’all. This is not a game. Politics is not a game,” he said. “It’s life and death. Human suffering or human flourishing is on the line.”

At least we can agree on that!

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