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Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at a primary election night campaign rally Tuesday, March 3, 2020, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

You may recall Democratic Georgia state representative, Vernon Jones.

He incurred the wrath of his party by daring to say that he was a supporter of President Donald Trump because of how Trump’s policies have been helpful to black Americans.

He was then attacked by Democrats who allow no independent thought, but that didn’t throw Jones off his opinion, he refused to be cowed.

Jones had a lot to say about Joe Biden’s remark to Charlamagne tha God on The Breakfast Club on Friday morning that, “If you have a problem with figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

Jones said, “This was a prime example of how liberal Democrats love to tell black people how to think.”

Jones made it very clear to Biden that he had a message for him. “I ain’t voting for you, but I am black. And I am voting for President Donald J. Trump. You got me, Joe Biden, and those other liberals who think you can think for us? Now we’re not even black if we don’t vote for you? What an insult.”

Jones wasn’t the only prominent black voice to chastise Biden for his remarks. As we reported earlier, among the people were Republican Sen. Tim Scott, who scolded Biden, “Who does he think he is? That is the most arrogant and offensive statement that I have heard in a very long time.” Then there was also Fox’s Harris Faulkner who explained in a powerful statementthat she and other black Americans have had to deal with this for a lot of their lives and that it was “more than just a little offensive.”