Black Republicans

Lindsey Graham said people are "scared" Herschel Walker will make "every other young child in America of color want to be a Republican."

The Republican National Committee (RNC) fired national spokesman and director of Black media Paris Dennard and won't explain why.

This is the same man who once said that "America is not a racist country."

Imagine being this eager to be a lap dog for white supremacy.

Massachusetts candidate Rayla Campbell's comments about oral sex and children were "inappropriate," not her overall message, Republican Geoff Diehl said.

Video shows Georgia congressional candidate Vernon Jones stormed out during a GOP event in Jackson County where he and his opponent, Mike Collins, were set to speak. Jones was upset about the speaking order at the event.

Winsome Sears, Virginia's new lieutenant governor, is the first woman of color to be elected to the position and the first woman of color to win any statewide election there. She's also a Republican willing to say all of the white people-friendly things regarding race relations in America.

GOP Hopeful Vernon Jones and Arizona State Sen. Wendy Rogers got into a Twitter feud over Rogers -- who said he was "tap-dancing" -- wanting her endorsement of Jones removed from his page amid allegations that he's racist against white people.

But Black voter engagement requires more than a verbal commitment. Mondale Robinson, the founder of the Black Male Voter Project, says both parties talk a good game but where they stand on the issues matters.

Larry Elder, the often-controversial Black conservative politician from California, gave a hot take on the idea of reparations during a guest appearance on 'The Candace Owens Show' where he argued that slave owners could also be compensated due to their "property being taken away" after the Civil War.

A recent report suggests the only Black Republican Senator could be making a power move ahead of the 2024 presidential season after meeting with major Republican donors.

Republicans practiced addition by deliberately subtracting Candace Owens from the RNC equation as the Republican National Convention ended by snubbing the reviled, anti-Black conspiracy theorist and not allowing her to speak.