Warnock Funding Could Hurt Him in GA Election

Herschel Walker may have just been given the break he needs.

Walker is currently trailing Senator Warnock (D-GA) in early election polling, but a big story that Walker would be wise to expose has just hit.

After slamming major corporations for buying up real estate, it turns out Warnock was taking big checks from those very corporations.

Expose It

As usual, the hypocrisy in DC is so thick you can cut it with a knife.

Warnock has recently been trying to swing voters with a rallying cry against big corporate America.

Specifically, he is warning of this big move for corporations to start snagging homes to chase out minorities.

During a recent hearing, Warnock stated, “I think we need research to effectively understand how private equity is impacting markets in Atlanta and Georgia and across the country, and I look forward to introducing legislation very soon to address that very issue.”

Yet, he has accepted roughly $38,000 from Blackstone executives.

This is a big deal because Blackstone has $130 billion market cap by purchasing homes in Georgia as well as the rest of the country.

Brian An, a professor at Georgia Tech’s School of City and Regional Planning, stated, “When this happens, African American (would-be) individual homebuyers fare relatively worse than other race groups in terms of bidding/purchasing for those homes considered by corporate investors.

“When corporate landlords convert those properties to rental stock, new renters for such renovated single-family apartments are likely to be non-African Americans.”

So, if Warnock supports promoting minority home ownership, why is he lining his pockets with the very people allegedly assaulting the possibility?

Let’s be serious… when push comes to shove, do you think Warnock will have loyalty to voters or the people lining his campaign coffers?

Source: Daily Caller


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