A super PAC founded by pro-life/pro-family Bishop E.W. Jackson launched hundreds of radio ads urging Georgians to vote against a black pro-LGBTQ, pro-abortion Atlanta "pastor" who today is seeking a U.S. Senate seat.
Democratic Senate candidate Raphael Warnock (pictured) pastors Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. He has been an ardent supporter of Jeremiah Wright, former President Barack Obama's notoriously anti-Semitic pastor; and has argued that man cannot serve God and the military. He has also come under the scrutiny of former NFL coach Tony Dungy, who questioned last month if Warnock was even a Christian.
Don't vote for a wolf in sheep's clothing
Bishop Jackson – founder of the STAND America PAC – is airing hundreds of attack ads on gospel radio stations throughout Georgia, urging black Christians not to vote for Warnock in his Senate race against Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) on January 6. He has also urged them not to vote for Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff in Georgia's other Senate runoff race, saying both of them are running for the party that rejects black Christians' values.
"Most black Americans are Christians – they are pro-life and pro-traditional family," Jackson declared in his Super PAC's press release. "The Democrat Party is pro-abortion, pro-radical feminism and pro-LGBT. This puts them at odds with the black Christian community. Furthermore, the greatest need in the black community is the rebuilding and strengthening of the family. Abortion, gender confusion and attacks on manhood are hardly in the best interests of black voters."
Jackson laments that black Americans still overwhelmingly vote Democrat, but he firmly believes that the decades-old trend is changing.
"It took nearly 40 years for black voters to switch from Republican to Democrat between 1930 and 1970," Jackson pointed out. "Democrats have been promising prosperity to the black community for half a century, but delivered nothing but ghettoes, street violence and murder, poor education, functional illiteracy, broken families and government dependence. Having no substantive record to point to, they use fear and racial demagoguery."
Most of the mainstream media has refused to air anything that puts a negative light on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his political party. In similar fashion, a number of radio stations in Georgia are refusing to air politically incorrect messages that reflect conservative Christian ideals against unbiblical policies that support abortion and homosexual agendas.
"One of the radio stations – WAAW 94.7 FM – refused the ads, claiming they were 'unloving,' [while] another – WEAM 100.7 FM – accepted only the ad on Warnock's Marxism, but refused ads on his pro-abortion policies and support for the LGBT agenda," the release noted.
STAND America PAC is currently focusing on running its radio spots on cooperating radio stations, but is contemplating legal action against those refusing to air messages against the left.
Jackson ended with a dire warning for those continuing the onslaught of the Democratic Party against blacks and Christian values who are voting for the two Democratic Senate candidates today.
"If Georgia voters send Warnock and Ossoff to the U.S. Senate, it will not only be a curse on Georgia, but on the entire nation – it means Chuck Schumer and radical Democrats will take over the Senate," Bishop Jackson concluded. "In these hotly contested run-off races, black voters could hold the key to Republican victory – [but] no matter the outcome of the Georgia election, we're going to keep up this fight to rescue black Americans and the country from the destructive policies and influence of the Democrat Party."