Candidate for U.S. Senate Raphael Warnock was involved in a domestic disturbance with his now ex-wife in March. According to police bodycam footage aired Tuesday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” a dispute arose between the two when Warnock attempted to leave the residence with the couple’s young children in the back seat. Ouleye Ndoye decided to file a police report after Warnock allegedly ran over her foot as he left her home, after an argument about divorce paperwork. The aftermath of the incident can be viewed in the never-before-seen footage below.
Warnock denies having run over Ms. Ndoye’s foot and tells officers that he does not believe his then-wife. An extremely emotional Mrs. Warnock is overcome with emotion as she provides her side of the story to the responding officers stating, “I’ve tried to keep the way that he acts under wraps for a long time, and today he crossed the line.” The full contents of her statement are as follows:
This man’s running for United States Senate, and all he cares about right now is his reputation.
I work at the mayor’s office, and this is a big problem. I’ve been trying to be very quiet about the way that he is for the sake of my kids and his reputation.
I’ve tried to keep the way that he acts under wraps for a long time, and today he crossed the line. So that is what is going on here, and he’s a great actor. He is phenomenal at putting on a really good show.
Ms. Ndoye is extremely credible, and a look at her professional website lists her as “a global leader in human rights with over a decade of experience in government, non-profits, and academia.” It is quite doubtful that she would fabricate a false story after years of keeping quiet about Warnock’s true character to not interfere with his Senate bid and protect her children.
Warnock has come after Kelly Loeffler, his opponent in the January 6th runoff. According to Breitbart News, his response to the video’s release is to accuse Loeffler of stooping to a new low and attacking his family. Loeffler stated that she feels the allegations against Warnock are “very serious” and that she found the recently-surfaced video “certainly difficult to watch.” She goes on to say that “Georgians deserve answers to these very serious allegations, and his ex-wife’s voice deserves to be heard.”
With the Senate runoff election less than 2 weeks away, it is remarkable and troubling that this bodycam footage was just released when the incident in question occurred over 9 months ago. Had this information been made available in a more timely manner, Mr. Warnock may have fared differently during the November 3rd election. Warnock was never charged, and Ms. Ndoye’s foot was not injured in the incident.