New young Republican-elect of North Carolina Madison Cawthorn took time away from anonymously managing his racist website, to bring his pretty boy brand of racism to Georgia. More importantly, North Carolina’s Madison Cawthorn went down to Georgia to tell Georgians that Raphael Warnock—born and raised in Georgia—is a “radical’s radical,” and a carpetbagger.
Yup. The 25-year-old, whose prefrontal cortex will just have finished developing by the end of this year, seems not to be bothered by feelings of guilt or remorse over his straight-up lying. Appearing on Fox News on Tuesday, Cawthorn explained that “the number one reason I’m coming down here, is because if we cede control of our Senate, and really all of Washington, D.C., to the Democrats, it’s not going to represent the values of my home, Western North Carolina, and certainly not the values of Georgia and the values of most of the people of the United States of America.”
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I don’t know, like seven million more people voted for Joe Biden than Donald Trump. You don’t have to be smart to understand how seven million is more than not seven million. But Cawthorn wasn’t done telling Georgians what their values are.
Cawthorn decided to up his lying, seamlessly mind you, by explaining that “I mean you see this Warnock fella, coming down here and disguising himself as some moderate pastor from the South, who doesn’t believe in these radical ideas.” I mean, this Warnock fella has been the senior pastor of the historic Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church, a congregation Martin Luther King Jr. once led, for like 15 years. He was born in Savannah, Georgia, and went to college at HBCU Morehouse in Atlanta, Georgia. He’s been in Georgia more than twice as long as Cawthorn has been alive. Heck, Cawthorn spent a fifth of his short life at Patrick Henry College in Virginia!
But, as Cawthorn will continue to explain, Warnock is not simply “disguised,” he’s like the second coming of Vladimir Lenin. “He’s a radical’s radical. He wants to defund our police. He says he’s a pastor, yet he’s all about abortion. This is somebody that does not represent what real Americans believe.”
The only response I can muster here is this one from online.