Friday, September 30th, 2022
While running for Senate in 2020, Raphael Warnock said, “I just think you shouldn’t use the people’s seat to enrich yourself. You ought to use the people’s seat to represent the people.”
Fast forward two years and Senator Warnock has nearly doubled his income. Let’s break it down by the numbers: Warnock has nearly $530,000 in cash, $200,000 from a publishing contract, and $174,000 from taxpayers.
As if that wasn’t enough, he receives an annual housing allowance of $89,000 from a nonprofit he runs. That’s $7,417 that he is receiving each month just for his housing! That is more than triple the average mortgage and rent costs in Atlanta.
Raphael Warnock might be a smooth talker – but can you trust him with your hard-earned tax dollars?