Wednesday, November 30th, 2022
ATLANTA – Today, Team Herschel released the following statement after Raphael Warnock missed several votes this week and is expected to miss more this week, including an important vote to avert a national rail worker strike.
In a recent interview with SiriusXM’s Urban View, Raphael Warnock claimed in an interview that “We don’t need a strike”. Warnock will likely refuse to show up for the job he was elected to do to help prevent a strike.
The effects of a rail strike would be detrimental to the U.S. economy. According to reports, a strike “would cost the economy $2 billion a day” and “some 700,000 jobs would be lost as manufacturers who rely on railroads shut down, prices of nearly everything increase even more and the economy is potentially thrust into a recession.”
Today, the House voted to avert the rail strike. Now, with the bill headed to the Senate and a vote expected tomorrow, will Raphael Warnock show up for work?
“Raphael Warnock has refused to do his job, skipping multiple votes this week already” said campaign spokesman Will Kiley. “He continues to show time and again that he will not do the job he was elected to do, and Georgians are worse off than they were two years ago because of it. Georgia deserves a Senator who will show up every single day, and that is Herschel Walker.