The Democratic President of Georgia, Congressman Vernon Jones, said on Saturday that President Trump is gaining support from black voters because of his impressive record compared to Joe Biden.
“Trump’s Black Voice” advisory board member told “Fox and Friends Weekend”: “Anyone with a head knows that Joe Biden has a history of mixing with segregationists.”
Jones said: “He said that if blacks do not vote for him, they are not black. He said that blacks don’t even think differently.”
He criticized the “Liberal Democrats and the Free Media”
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Jones said: “Black people see President Trump as the only person with a black agenda in the past 60 years.”
“Joe Biden (Joe Biden) has a history of 47 years. He has a dream. If I elect me this time, then I will help you, Black America. He has been with the black President Obama (Obama) for eight He didn’t do that in 1970. They don’t have a black agenda,” Vernon said.
“On the other hand, when President Trump stood at the church in Flint, Michigan, he said,’Listen, what are you going to lose?” Almost four years later, President Trump has been helping African Americans. Through education, school choice, prison reform, when you look at the opportunity zone, he has helped with the work done by the historic black university. “
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Obama joined Biden in the Michigan campaign on Saturday, but Jones believes this will not shake voters.
Jones said: “President Obama meant a lot to black people, but he didn’t do anything damn to black people.” “Now they are trying to use him in the last few days. This shows that he doesn’t trust Joe Biden.”
Jones added: “President Trump has taken action and African Americans are responding to him.”
Democrats who support Trump have suffered a lot of criticism. A column in the Los Angeles Times accused him of supporting the president because of “Trump’s toxic masculinity.”
“When Jones told me that’Trump is a strong man’ and’a man’s man’, as a black woman, I felt obliterated. A metaphor for Trump facing the obstacles faced by black boys and men. It’s not a rational comparison…. By accepting Trump’s masculinity, these black people ignore Trump’s attack on one side of their identity (their race) and clinging to the other side (their gender),” Los Angeles Times Writer Erin B. Logan (Erin B. Logan) wrote.
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“When we saw Joe Biden, he was weak. He was soft. He was not strong. President Trump was strong. He was strong. He was a decisive leader. You see him as a leader. And the person who fights for you. He won’t Jones say in response: “Not only to cut costs, but also to expand benefits. This will appeal to everyone, not just blacks. “
In 2016, Trump only received 8% of black votes, but according to recent polls, this number is expected to increase.