Shocking police bodycam footage obtained and published on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Tuesday reveals an alarming domestic violence accusation against Georgia Democrat Senate candidate and left-wing minister Raphael Warnock.
(Article by Richard Moorhead republished from BigLeaguePolitics.com)
BREAKING: The wife of Georgia Democrat Raphael Warnock accuses him of running over her foot with a car in new police bodycam footage, calls him an “actor” in police interview pic.twitter.com/CgwKZwi2zW
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Warnock is accused of running over his wife’s foot with a car in the footage. Oulèye Ndoye, who has been estranged from Warnock, tearfully accuses Warnock of abusive behavior, explaining that she’s been “very quiet” about the way he acts on account of Warnock’s Senate campaign.
Ndoye accused Warnock of speeding over her foot as he left her residence with the couple’s children. Warnock denied the allegation. Ndoye recieved treatment at a Georgia hospital, and no charges were filed against Warnock, who was already running for Senate at the time police responded to the call in March.
“This man is running for the United States Senate right now and all he cares about is his reputation… I work at the mayor’s office and this is a big problem. I’ve been trying to be very quiet about the way that he is for the sake of my kids and his reputation.
I’ve tried to keep the way that he is under wraps for a long time, and today, he crossed the line. So that is what’s going on here, and he is a great actor. He is phenomenal at putting on a really good show.”
Warnock has also been criticized for expressing anti-white ideology in his career as a pastor, claiming that the United States was “addicted to whiteness” as if White Americans were equivalent to a drug.
Polling for Georgia’s Senate race indicates that Warnock is locked in a tight race with Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler. The runoff election for two Georgia US Senate seats will be held on January 5th, with Republican David Perdue facing perennial candidate Jon Ossoff.