BREAKING NEWS – Atlanta, Georgia – Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., worked as a youth and assistant pastor of a church for a decade while it repeatedly hosted a former New York City professor Leonard Jeffries, who was ousted over antisemitic and Black supremacist teachings.

“Yeah it’s true,” explained Warnock. “We hosted Jeffries several times. That shows our objectivity by wanting to see things from both sides. When I was preaching, on some Sundays I would praise God, and on other Sundays, I would be very critical of the Almighty, respectively correcting Him when He obvious said or did something inappropriate. It’s a new thing that I hope will catch on. I call it ‘neutral Christianity’ where biblically, you don’t really take sides.”