NEW: Warnock Campaign Director Admits Bias Against Police, White Conservatives: ‘Most of Them [Police Officers] Are Bad’ … ‘Conservative White Republicans Have No Value for Black Lives’ … Have to Touch Black Voters Nine Times to Remind Them to go Vote!
[ATLANTA – Jan. 4, 2021] Project Veritas Action Fund released a new video today exposing anti-police and racist rhetoric by a senior staff member in Raphael Warnock’s U.S. Senate campaign in Georgia.
Warnock’s director of small business engagement, Sasha Williams, told a Veritas journalist that the campaign struggles with black voter turnout. She also said that police officers and white conservatives do not have the best interests of the black community at heart.
“You know police officers are not all good, you know what I am saying? Most of them are bad, we know that,” she said.
“Conservative white Republicans who basically have no value for black lives. So that’s why it’s kind of like black lives matter, but it’s a shame that in the 2000’s that we even have to bring that up -- but it’s kind of like only police lives matter,” she said.
In a conversation with a Veritas journalist, Williams affirmed that Warnock wants to defund the police:
Journalist: “But he [Warnock] is on our side for defunding these suckers in blue, these police [officers]? He’s on our side on that?”
Sasha Williams: “Absolutely! Absolutely!”
Williams said that black-on-black violence concerned her in Atlanta, and that racism is not to blame for that.
“There is a lot of crime going on in the City of Atlanta by black people against black people. There are black people killing each other inside the City of Atlanta…Things are happening that we need to address,” she said.
Williams also admitted that the Warnock campaign is having difficulty getting black voters to the polls.
“We have to touch black voters a minimum of nine times to remind them to go vote. A minimum. That’s why everybody’s inundated with text messages, and phone calls…That’s the reality,” she said.
Raphael Warnock faces off against incumbent Georgia Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler on Jan. 5 with public safety policies being a priority issue for both candidates.
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