Warnock accuses Loeffler of distorting his message after her scathing attacks on him

Democrat Georgia Senate candidate Raphael Warnock accused his Georgia special election runoff opponent Kelly Loeffler of distorting his message after she launched a series of scathing attacks against him.

Warnock shared a video of himself and wrote “My opponent is distorting my message and the moral lesson in scripture. @KLoeffler would do well to listen to the scripture about not putting wealth ahead of those she was elected to represent.”


She warned Friday “You heard what @chuckschumer said: “Now we take Georgia, then we change America.”

He would eliminate the filibuster, pack the court, raise taxes, and lock our economy down.”

Loeffler added “We’re the firewall against socialism. Stand with @Perduesenate & me” Friday.

Loeffler wrote later “.@ReverendWarnock insulted our active service military members. He insulted our veterans. He insulted their families. These heroes have sacrificed so much for our country. But @ReverendWarnock refuses to apologize.”

She added “Chaplains of all numerous faiths have served in our military through the years — and hundreds of them have paid the ultimate price to keep America free, @ReverendWarnock. You owe them an apology. Now.”

Loeffler then wrote “[email protected] REFUSES to apologize to our active service members & veterans for his disgraceful comments. He refuses to apologize for calling police officers “thugs” and “gangsters.” We’re going to hold him accountable.”

Saturday, Loeffler called Warnock “TOO EXTREME for Georgia” and “too extreme for the U.S. Senate.”