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POLICE VIDEO: #GASen Candidate Warnock’s Then-Wife Alleges Altercation, “He’s not who he pretends to be”

POLICE VIDEO: #GASen Candidate Warnock’s Then-Wife Alleges Altercation, “He’s not who he pretends to be”

“This man’s running for U.S. Senate, and all he cares about right now is his reputation,” Ouleye Ndoye said in March to a police officer. “I’ve been very quiet about the way that he is for the sake of my kids and his reputation.”

Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired never-before-seen bodycam footage Tuesday night of a disturbing incident in March that involved Georgia’s Democratic Senate nominee Rev. Raphael Warnock, then-wife Ouleye Ndoye, and a police officer who was called to the scene.

The video, taken roughly two months after he had declared his U.S. Senate candidacy, shows Warnock and Ndoye giving their differing versions of events as to what allegedly happened on March 2nd between the two of them.

Ndoye, who the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported “is considered a member of Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ executive team,” alleged Warnock had run over her foot as she was trying to talk to him about what Ndoye said involved a disagreement over allowing her to take their two young children on an overseas trip for a family funeral.

The children were said to be present at the time of the argument.

Warnock claims that once he got in the car, he moved it forward slowly. When asked by the officer if he ran over Ndoye’s foot, Warnock states, “I do not think so”:

Warnock tells the officer they had an argument that morning over divorce papers while their two kids were present. He says that his wife prevented him from closing the car door by standing in front it.

“I don’t want to get into a shoving match with her. So I go back around, get back in the car, and I slowly start to move, like I’m gonna move forward. Then she claims I ran over her foot,” Warnock tells the officer.

Then we hear what Ndoye had to say about what allegedly happened:

“He’s like, ‘Ouleye, close the door. I’m leaving,’” his wife tells the officer while crying. “And I was like, ‘just hear me out. If your mom died, and I had the kids. Wouldn’t you want me to let them go with you to the funeral? And he just starts backing the car up. He wasn’t going fast, I’m not bleeding. But I just can’t believe he’d run me over.”

Asked whether she thought it was intentional, she says, “Obviously. I was standing here. The door was open and I’m leaning into the car. How can you drive the car when I’m leaning into it?”


“This man’s running for United States Senate, and all he cares about right now is his reputation,” she tells the officer. “I’ve been very quiet about the way that he is for the sake of my kids and his reputation.”

She adds: “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.”


First-responders who were at the scene noted they were “not able to locate any swelling, redness, or bruising or broken bones” on Ndoye. A report was filed, but no charges were brought against Warnock.

This is a disturbing clip, to say the least, but it’s also one of those things people have to watch and decide for themselves as to who they believe. The two were in the middle of a divorce at the time (finalized in May), and these things can get heated and ugly.

While this video raises more questions about what was alleged to have happened between them in that March dispute, one of my first thoughts after watching it was, why are Georgians only just now seeing this footage? The AJC was the major Georgia media outlet that covered the story when it first broke in March. Still, up until yesterday, no one outside of (presumably) law enforcement and lawyers had seen it.

Would a known video of a domestic incident involving a Republican candidate, their spouse, and the police be kept out of the public eye for months as he or she ran for public office? Not likely. Now that Fox News has aired it, will other networks follow? Don’t hold your breath:

Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, who Warnock will face in one of the two Georgia Senate runoffs that will be held on January 5th, told the AJC in a statement that “Domestic abuse is a very serious issue, and this new body cam footage is certainly difficult to watch. Georgians deserve answers to these very serious allegations, and his ex-wife’s voice deserves to be heard.”

In turn, Warnock’s campaign accused Loeffler of using the newly-surfaced video to “stoop to new lows” by “attacking his family.”

As we reported Monday, Loeffler’s strategy of holding Warnock to account for his past radical remarks and sermons appears to be paying off. The most recent poll Trafalgar Group – one of the more reliable pollsters out there – shows Loeffler has carved out a nearly 7-point lead over Warnock, which is well outside the 2.9% margin of error.

— Stacey Matthews has also written under the pseudonym “Sister Toldjah” and can be reached via Twitter. —


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The Friendly Grizzly | December 23, 2020 at 12:11 pm

NO politician is who he says he is.

Some are closer than others. Some are bad. Some are a worse. Some are downright evil. In this case, Warnock is closer to a warlock.

Nobody should think this is a defense of this politician, but most of us aren’t inclined to stand at the open door of a car that’s moving.

It doesn’t matter. The Blacks in GA are going to vote for the candidate who looks like them regardless.

WHAT ME!?!??! Better hire the justice brother (Al and Jesse) to fix this.

“Loeffler has carved out a nearly 7-point lead over Warnock, which is well outside the 2.9% margin of error.”

But is it outside the margin of cheat? Not based on the Presidential election results. Give them a couple of house without monitors on hand and they can pretty much manufacture how ever many votes they need.

And if you think they’re not going to try it this time (after having demonstrated so convincingly that neither the media nor the legal establishment will hold them accountable for doing so), I’ve got a nice piece of oceanfront property in Nevada I’d like to sell you.

“couple of house”

Sorry, typo…should have been “couple of hours

Not everything an ex-wife says should be believed.

/personal experience

    Perhaps, but whether Warnock is guilty or innocent does not matter. The gripping hand is that the Communist Party gets outright control of the Senate if both Warnock and Ossoff win, so the Joseph Goebbels media will do their best to cast doubt on the ex-wife’s account (facts or no facts). Warnock could don a white hooded robe and by the light of the burning cross rape babies on national TV, and it would not cost him a single vote. Moreover the massive cheating – which has expanded the margin of theft to truly knee-buckling proportions – will perhaps deliver the US Senate seats to him.

    Brave Sir Robbin in reply to CorkyAgain. | December 23, 2020 at 5:28 pm

    Under Democrat theory and rules, everything a woman says must be believed, not matter how preposterous. Therefore, Democrats must be held to THIER rules. The woman MUST be believed.

    Republicans are allowed to evaluate evidence rationally when allegations are made against Republicans, because that is their rule.

    Insist they follow their own rules. No are in no obligation to follow them for you own group.

Is that a Tesla he is standing next to? If so, preaching pays a lot better than it used to.

She is clearly racist (sarc).

The Friendly Grizzly | December 23, 2020 at 2:25 pm

His real crime in the eyes of at least some is shown in the picture: the outside lights being left on during the day.

Based on the New Rules, I believe Warnock.

But also based on what’s described here, I still believe Warnock.

The ex clearly instigated an hysterical confrontation in front of the children. She’s the one who wanted to take the kids out of the country during a contentious divorce (because that’s not a red flag, or anything). By her own admission, she physically blocked him from getting in his car and leaving, prolonging the confrontation in front of their children rather than resolve it at another time.

    Arminius in reply to daniel_ream. | December 23, 2020 at 10:58 pm

    Why believe Warnock? Undisputed facts establish the guy is a scumball. Such as:

    “Police Reports Shed Light on Warnock’s 2002 Arrest for Obstruction: ‘Extremely Uncooperative and Disruptive’

    Warnock repeatedly disrupted child abuse investigation, reports say”

    The police were interviewing counselors as witnesses in a child abuse investigation, and Warnock tried to make them stop.

    “…The records indicate that Warnock, who was at the time senior pastor of the church that operated the camp, insisted that the camp’s attorneys be present. While police said the counselors themselves were free to request an attorney, Warnock could not do so on their behalf.

    Warnock went on to disrupt the interviews on July 31, 2002: “This investigator informed [camp administrators] that if the counselors requested that an attorney be present that was their right, however, no one else could [invoke] their rights to an attorney on their behalf,” the report reads…”

    And Warnock’s wife is unreasonable?” She’s a freakin’ unemotional, purely cerebral and level-headed logician compared to the unhinged Reverend. I can’t imagine why anyone would behave the way he did unless he knew who the guilty party was and was trying to protect that party. Was he that party? That would be one explanation for the wife’s emotional insistence that the children go to the funeral with her. And her repeated statements that, “He’s not who he pretends to be.” Again, just one possible explanation.

    Right now it’s a he-said-she-said situation. I don’t believe either party.

    I don’t know how much of a “red flag” it is that she would have been taking the kids out of the country. First establish that her mother did die, and that there was an upcoming funeral to attend. If there was then it would be a reasonable request. If she’s lying, or if she subsequently keeps the kids out of the U.S. longer than agreed then she’s violating the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. It exists to resolve custody disputes that arise when during divorce a foreign or dual national spouse absconds with the children to another country. Of course it’s stupid to do it before the divorce is finalized as all of a sudden that contentious divorce becomes a lot less contentious. As one party is no longer in the U.S. to contend in the first place, and in the second place is a fugitive from justice.

    I don’t know what African country Ms. Ouleye Ndoye hails from but many African countries are signatories to the Hague Convention. If anyone else has the time and interest level to waste the bandwidth trying to find out be my guest. I’m not going to do it.

    As far as running over someone’s foot and leaving no marks or even redness it’s happened to me countless times. If you work around cars enough it will happen and it’s not even very painful. If someone parked on your foot it would quickly become painful but when they just roll over it it’s just a brief second of pressure.

    The obstruction of justice arrest for interfering with a child abuse case is a lot weightier, no pun intended, than this story. But this story shouldn’t have been ignored for so long. There’s plenty of evidence Warnock is a sleazy liar. I don’t know if this particular incident happened the way one party or another claims it did.

    But if I were Sen. Kelly Loeffler I wouldn’t be able to resist putting out a campaign ad repeating Warnock’s charge that she “stooped to a new low” by “attacking his family.”

    “Rev. Warnock,” the ad would respond, “no one attacked your family. Except you. With a car.”

The MSM should be reporting this the same way they would about a Republican. That’s beyond question.

But on the facts of the case, even if she is telling the complete truth I sympathize with the racist. If I were a GA voter and I had for some inexplicable reason been intending to vote for him, this story would not have changed my mind.

By her own testimony she was deliberately trying to prevent him from leaving, which she had no right to do; I think he had every moral right to start the car and move very slowly so as not to injure her but so as to force her to get out of the way. If the car went over her foot, so gently that she was not injured, that’s her fault; when she saw the car start to move she should have withdrawn her foot.

None of this makes him a decent excuse for a human being, but it doesn’t make him any worse than he already was.

    Brave Sir Robbin in reply to Milhouse. | December 23, 2020 at 5:54 pm

    I disagree, Milhouse. The wife was not a threat to Warnock or the children. If someone is in front of your vehicle, you do not have a right to drive over them. In fact, you have an obligation to avoid. Failure to take due and reasonable caution to avoid causing someone harm place you in legal jeopardy, especially if that person is posing not threat of serious bodily harm to you or to someone else.

    The woman was standing, if he truly ran over her foot, very close to the car. A reasonable person who lacks malice should have allowed such person sufficient clearance to avoid the possibility of injury before moving the car.

    If Warnock ran over her foot, which I saw no evidence of in the posted video or accompanying story, other than him admitting she is suddenly screaming as the car began to move, and given that Warnock intentionally moved the vehicle knowing she was so close to the car, a number of potential charges come to mind, to include:

    2015 Georgia Code, Title 16 – CRIMES AND OFFENSES, Chapter 5 – CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON, Article 2 – ASSAULT AND BATTERY, § 16-5-20 – Simple assault

    Also, the status of their marriage is not clear from the story, but their was some sort of legal process underway. Therefore, he may indeed not have had a legal right to take the children without his wife’s consent, just as he was objecting to his wife’s plans to take the children out of the country. If that should be the case, she may have had a right to prevent Warnock from taking the children anywhere without her consent. But that is not at all clear. More information is required.

    However, bottom line is he is a Democrat, and so women must ALWAYS be believed, not matter how thin, tenuous, or ridiculous the allegation.

      As far as I’m concerned, if someone is in front of your vehicle, deliberately obstructing your progress, and refuses to move, then you do have the right to drive over or through them, using exactly as much force as is necessary, but no more. If the law says otherwise then the law is wrong, and I would not hold it against Warnock for violating it.

        Brave Sir Robbin in reply to Milhouse. | December 25, 2020 at 1:03 am

        Well, we can disagree on that, but I do agree it will not make any difference on how people will vote.

        Chin up Milhouse! Give them something to aim at.

        lichau in reply to Milhouse. | December 25, 2020 at 11:28 am

        May be true as far as you are Sony,but the law will consider it assault. Unless you are a Black Democrat politician.

Believe all women? #metoo?

squatchatarian | December 24, 2020 at 7:08 am

as long as you’re a democrat you can get away with this kind of behavior, just ask Keith Ellison.