ATLANTA — On the day that the Rev. Raphael Warnock made history by becoming Georgia’s first Black senator, the news was overshadowed by a catastrophe unfolding 600 miles away, where hundreds of rioters rampaged through the Capitol in support of President Trump and his attempt to overturn the November election, which he lost to President-elect Joe Biden.
“The terrible display that we saw of violence and mob lawlessness and insurrection deserves a serious and intentional response from all of us,” Warnock told Yahoo News Thursday morning. “It just underscores the urgency of us recommitting ourselves to the work of building beloved community.”
Warnock blames Trump and his allies for
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