Monday, March 22, 2021

Rev. Sen. Raphael Warnock's Ex-Wife Paid To Keep Quiet By The American Baptist Home Mission?

dailymail | 'I'm going to stay focused': Georgia Dem Senate candidate Raphael Warnock dodges questions about police bodycam showing ex-wife accuse him of running over her foot with his car

  • Rev. Raphael Warnock, 51, declined to address police video of domestic dispute
  • Warnock and his ex-wife Ouleye Ndoye, 35, divorced in May
  • In March she called police to their Atlanta home after an incident in the drive
  • She accused him of deliberately driving over her foot during an argument
  • Warnock said he did not believe he ran over her and medics found no injuries 
  • No charges were filed following the incident 
  • Ndoye told officers that he was 'a very good actor' and obsessed with reputation
  • She said she had 'tried to keep the way that he acts under wraps' for the election

ouleye |  Ouleye Ndoye is a global leader in human rights with over a decade of experience in government, non-profits, and academia. She advocates for the health, education, gender equality, and religious freedoms of people around the world and has dedicated her academic pursuits to these issues. Ndoye earned her bachelor's degree in international studies from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude with honors; master of science in Migration Studies from the University of Oxford, UK; and master of arts in History with a concentration on African and Global history from Columbia University in the City of New York. Ndoye currently serves as the National Coordinator for Scholarships and Emerging Leaders at the American Baptist Home Mission Societies. 

- The Baptists Paid this woman to keep quiet about Warnock after the Dailymail Domestic Violence story broke in December - It is an OH TOO SWEET Irony That She is a specialist in Human Trafficking in light of the human trafficking massage parlor murders last week.

pathwaystofreedom |  Spelman College graduate Ouleye Ndoinye Warnock brings a wealth of local knowledge to her new role as Atlanta’s human trafficking senior fellow. With more than a decade of experience working to address human trafficking and other human rights-related issues around the world, Ouleye is well-positioned to lead efforts to tackle labor and sex trafficking in a city with a rich history of civil rights leadership.