The battle to save America from Democrats controlling both chambers of Congress will finally come to a head on January 5, when a special Senate runoff election in Georgia will determine whether or not Republicans are able to hold on to one branch of government to shield against progressive policies.
According to Fox News, Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler pointed out a bombshell report that detailed the alleged abuse of children at a church camp overseen by Rev. Ralph Warnock, a report that she says contains enough evidence to disqualify Warnock from running in the Senate election.
“It’s disgusting,” Loeffler said in a Fox News interview. “It’s really alarming, and frankly it should be disqualifying.”
At the crux of the report is a man by the name of Anthony Washington, who in an exclusive interview told the Washington Free Beacon that a church camp he attended as a 12-year-old child, known as Camp Farthest Out, was the source of never-ending horrors, including having urine dumped on him by camp counselors.
The camp was administered by Douglas Memorial Community Church in Maryland and at the time Warnock was the senior pastor in charge of overseeing camp operations.
Camp counselors allegedly locked children outside in the cold, with Washington detailing one account where he was punished for wetting the bed by being told to sleep outside on a basketball court.
There were numerous allegations at the time the camp was operational under Warnock’s watch — so many that law enforcement became involved in the situation, which would later lead to Warnock’s arrest as he allegedly attempted to disrupt investigations into alleged abuse.
“Raphael Warnock refused to answer questions about being arrested for obstructing that investigation into child abuse at his camp and that camp was later shut down and obviously there were issues,” Loeffler said recently.
Loeffler demanded that Warnock be held accountable and answer questions for Georgians who might be concerned about his role in the alleged abuse at the time. Not surprisingly, Warnock’s camp declined further comment on the matter and Warnock has even gone as far as accusing Loeffler of lying about the situation, even though court records show otherwise.