Democrat Georgia State Rep. Breaks From Party, Slams Biden and Endorses President Trump

Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the last year or so, you know that the Democrats don't stand the slightest chance at defeating Donald Trump in the general election set to take place in just about 200 days.

The best the party has to offer is Creepy Uncle Joe Biden, or as President Trump likes to call him, "Sleepy Joe."

Some Democrats have been pushing for him to be the nominee all along because they felt he was the most "electable" given that he is more centrist than the rest of the Democrats who was running on radical leftist platforms which do no appeal to all Democrats.

So the party is heavily divided and even many Bernie Sanders supporters won't be supporting Biden, so he's losing out on those votes already.

Other Democrats have said that they're going to be voting for Donald Trump and among those is Democratic State Senator from Georgia, Vernon Jones

Jones said,

"This is not about switching parties. There are a lot of African Americans who clearly see and appreciate he’s doing something that’s never been done before. When you look at the unemployment rates among black Americans before the pandemic, they were at historic lows. That’s just a fact.”

According to The Blaze,

In a statement to WGCL-TV, Jones offered further praise of President Trump's actions on criminal justice reform while criticizing former President Barack Obama and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on the issue.

The legislator told the outlet, "Thousands of first-time offenders have been able to move on with their lives and begin the path to restoration and positive, productive re-entry into society as a result of President Trump's leadership with the First Step Act and criminal justice reform."

"A generation of African American families have been devastated by draconian policies that Joe Biden supported and voted for when he served in the U.S. Senate," Jones continued. "A change was needed and President Trump took action."

Jones then brought up the case of Alice Marie Johnson, whose sentence was commuted by President Trump after being denied by President Obama several times. "What the media often failed to note," the lawmaker wrote, "was that her pleas for mercy fell on deaf ears when she approached the previous administration."

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