Raphael Warnock Didn’t Show Up For Work

Thursday, December 1st, 2022

ATLANTA – Today, Team Herschel released the following statement as Raphael Warnock missed the vote to avert a national rail worker strike, even after stating that “we don’t need a strike” and reports that a rail worker strike would cost the U.S. economy $2 billion a day.

After the House voted yesterday to avert the rail strike, we asked, “Would Raphael Warnock show up for work?”. Today when the Senate voted and Warnock was nowhere to be found, we got our answer.

This week, Raphael Warnock missed the following votes:

“Raphael Warnock again refused to do his job, skipping the vote to avoid a rail worker strike,” said campaign spokesman Will Kiley. “Even with the nation’s economy on the line, he still did not do the job he was elected to do. The junior Senator should be ashamed of himself for going back on his word and failing to do his job. Georgia deserves a Senator who will show up every single day, and that is Herschel Walker.