Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” outgoing Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) disputed Democratic senatorial hopeful Raphael Warnock’s claim of being a so-called “pro-choice pastor” earlier on the campaign trail.
Collins, a U.S. Air Force chaplain, questioned if Warnock’s claim would be accepted by Georgia voters.
“I’m still a United States Air Force chaplain,” he said. “And for me, to look at my Scripture and to have someone like Raphael Warnock tell me that it is a value — that he is a pro-choice pastor, I’m not sure which Scripture we’re reading, but Bible teaches me that we were knitted in our mother’s womb by God himself. I’m not sure that’s a value Georgia voters will actually take and run with.
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