Democratic Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones bashed his party and declared his ardent help for President Trump in a speech Monday evening on the 2020 Republican Nationwide Conference.
Jones, who was elected to the Georgia Home of Representatives in 2016, made waves in April with his endorsement of Trump.
Throughout his RNC handle, he railed in opposition to his party, saying it had develop into “contaminated with a pandemic” of intolerance, bigotry, socialism and anti-cop sentiment.
Dems have “a harmful tolerance for individuals who attack others, destroy property, and terrorize our communities,” he mentioned.
Jones, who’s black, added: “The Democratic Party doesn’t need black folks to go away the psychological plantation they’ve had us on for many years.”
And when Trump sought the African American vote, Jones mentioned, “Democratic Party leaders went loopy!”
“Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer actually began carrying Kente fabric scarves across the Capitol!,” he quipped.
Jones mentioned he backs Trump due to his help for prison justice reform and traditionally black faculties and universities.
His rebuke of Democratic leaders echoed that of Kim Klacik, the Baltimore congressional candidate, who caught the eye of the GOP final week with a viral video ripping “Democrat-run cities” and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.