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.
Trump may have lost the election, but he's gained a loyal legion of notable Black supporters who will seemingly do anything to prove their loyalty to the man they worship blindly. These "Blacks For Trump" are unwavering in their support of all things MAGA.
Former Democratic Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones was recently grilled about his anti-white discrimination lawsuit by right-wing podcaster Stew Peters and things got so heated that Peters cut Jones' mic prompting Jones to walk off the set.
Vernon Jones, a Black Democratic state representative from Georgia, was feeling the repercussions of breaking Party ranks after offering his full-throated endorsement of Donald Trump.
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