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Herschel Walker Raised Record $350K, Offers to Help Renters Targeted by Warnock for Eviction

'I have never known a preacher that likes abortion even after birth, won’t pay his child support, and evicts poor people to the street... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Alleged domestic abuser and ethically challenged Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., is under fire for his part as senior pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he receives a plush salary and cushy $7,417 monthly housing allowance, trying to evict disadvantaged and lower-income residents from an apartment building the church owns.

The news surfaced as Warnock’s Senate tilt has drawn to a virtual tie within polling margin of error, despite his opponent, Trump-endorsed Republican Herschel Walker, being raked over the coals by a leftist media for allegedly encouraging a female to get an abortion and paying for it.

Walker has vigorously denied the allegations and in a recent interview declared that the media onslaught would only make him fight harder to flip a Senate seat with national implications.

The former NFL and Georgia Bulldog star appears to have been working overtime in that fight. Walker raised a single-day record $350,000 this week, according to campaign sources who spoke with Breitbart News.

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“Raphael Warnock and the left wing crazies will say and do anything to hold onto power. Well, they messed with the wrong Georgian,” the campaign official said.

“He’ll never back down because the stakes are too high. And conservatives across the country see what the Left is trying to do, and they are fueling his campaign with the resources we need to fight and win this seat back for Georgia.”

Walker’s popularity likely jumped even higher after his response to the allegations of Warnock evicting disadvantages residents from his church’s apartment building. Warnock’s hypocrisy was on full display with a 2020 tweet where he lamented people being evicted as unemployment benefits expired. Flash forward and one of the residents that Warnock is giving the boot owed a paltry past-due sum of $28.55, reported the Washington Free Beacon.

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The sum total of past-due rent owed by the disadvantaged residents is $4,900, a “figure that could have been covered by one of Warnock’s monthly housing stipends from the church,” noted the Beacon.

With Scrooge Warnock refusing to give an inch or a dime, Walker rushed in to fill the gap, pledging to help the embattled residents and offering to pay any past-due rents.

“I have never known a preacher that likes abortion even after birth, won’t pay his child support, and evicts poor people to the street,” Walker tweeted. “I will personally pay the $4,900 in past due rents listed in this article to keep Reverend Warnock from evicting these people.” 

“@ReverendWarnock is happy to let struggling families be evicted. @HerschelWalker is willing to pay the rent owed to help Georgia families,” wrote the National Republican Senatorial Committee. “The difference is clear.”

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