Skip to comments.Warnock Campaign Rep Calls Tennessee Resident, So He Schools Her with a Cool Response
Posted on 11/28/2022 9:21:12 AM PST by lowbridge
A campaign aide for Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock of Georgia got hilariously shut down by a Republican who debunked the sham left-wing talking points she tried to push during their phone call.
Dom Lucre, the former state director of the Tennessee branch of Blexit (“black exit” from the Democratic Party), tweeted a video of himself debating the leftist activist who had called to try to persuade him to vote for Warnock in the senator’s forthcoming runoff election against Republican Herschel Walker.
“So Senator Warnock’s campaign called me, A TN Resident to Vote in his GA election,” Lucre tweeted on Saturday.
The seven-minute call started with the Warnock aide slamming President Donald Trump and the Republican Party.
Lucre, who said he lived in Atlanta for three years before moving to Tennessee, said he had spent much of adulthood in Georgia, so he’s very familiar with the area.
He pointed out that Atlanta has been controlled by Democrats for decades, yet crime has gotten progressively worse.
The city has had a Democratic mayor since 1879.
Lucre said Atlanta is the richest city in Georgia, “yet you see people getting robbed, mugged, kidnapped, etc. … You hear constant shootings downtown.”
The Warnock aide disingenuously tried to blame the escalating crime in Atlanta on “the pure inequality of wealth.”
Lucre calmly retorted that racial wealth inequality is not a factor in Atlanta, so she can’t blame racism for the mushrooming crime in the blue city.
“Since blue has been in charge of [Atlanta] for so long, and their murder rates are rising, the infrastructure is horrible, the traffic is getting worse,” Lucre said.
“I mean, it is literally like one of the human trafficking hubs. Women out there are afraid of white vans. Children are selling dope, and hip-hop is the culture of the
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So this Tennessee resident still shows as a registered voter in Georgia after three years. Probably the only one.
Can’t possibly affect the elections . . .
When we moved from Ohio to Indiana, we got phone calls every two years during election season for every single candidate and referendum for years after our move. I kept telling them we didn’t live in Ohio anymore, please take our number off of your list. Finally I contacted the Secretary of State’s office and spoke with them. That finally got the job done, but they weren’t taking me off the list without that request from me personally.
I wasn’t on their rolls anymore, but our phone number was. Made no sense, but it took a pretty long time to get it stopped. As I said, it would only be for a month surrounding a particular election, and every two years, but 6 years later, my goodness, that was so over the top annoying.
As in “filthy luchre”?
You should watch the video, the guy is really good, gives her a schooling. He’s a sharp guy.
TN is increasing becoming the landing port for conservatives from any and all social strata. Wealthy, blue collar, white, black, Jewish, Christian or any other “dividing” line you would like to apply.
Seems like on big ol Volunteer, no state income tax, right to work, party down environment here.
I’m a Georgia native, but I have lived in Texas a number of years. I’ve already decided that if I move back east, I’m going to look at Tennessee. I have a lot of relatives in NC and it’s a beautiful state but the politics have gone way left.
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