Black Democrat Congressman Vernon Jones Scorches Dems, Accuses Them of Favoring Illegals Over Black Americans

Black Democrat Congressman Vernon Jones Scorches Dems, Accuses Them of Favoring Illegals Over Black Americans


Recent polls have President Trump’s approval rating rapidly increasing among black voters.

And it looks like even black Democrat politicians may not be afraid to jump ship from the Democrat Party!

In a new interview with Breitbart, Representative Vernon Jones criticized the Democrat Party for caring more about illegal aliens than black Americans.

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Listen to the interview below:

And here's more from the New York Post on Jones's appearance at the RNC:

Democratic Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones bashed his party and declared his ardent support for President Trump in a speech Monday night at the 2020 Republican National Convention.

Jones, who was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in 2016, made waves in April with his endorsement of Trump.

During his RNC address, he railed against his party, saying it had become “infected with a pandemic” of intolerance, bigotry, socialism and anti-cop sentiment.

Dems have “a dangerous tolerance for people who attack others, destroy property, and terrorize our communities,” he said.

Jones, who is black, added: “The Democratic Party does not want black people to leave the mental plantation they’ve had us on for decades.”

Black Americans are waking up and realizing that Democrats take them for granted.

Remember, Trump is the one who delivered record low levels of black unemployment rates!

Jones also wrote the following op-ed for CNN detailing his support for Trump:

On Monday night, I delivered a speech in support of the President of the United States of America at the Republican National Convention.

A Black man who grew up in the Deep South had that amazing honor -- think about that.


My parents had very limited education, but they instilled an indelible value system in me that laid the foundation for me to be successful. They emphasized the importance of working hard, treating others with respect, and always having faith in Almighty God. Without their unconditional love and support, I would not be the person I am today. I owe everything to them.


I'm sure many watching on Monday night were puzzled about my participation in the Republican National Convention for President Donald J. Trump. I don't blame them.


My fellow Black Americans are expected to fit a certain mold and think a certain way. We've been socially conditioned to blindly support the Democratic Party, never straying from the mental plantation they've had us on for more than a half century.
The purpose of my speech was to serve as a culture shock, helping others break free of the groupthink-shackles placed on us by White liberals. Black Americans like me are free people with free minds. You hear that Joe Biden? We are not a monolithic thinking group subservient to Democrats' electoral wishes.


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