Democrat Admits 'Biden Can't Do Anything in Basement; Trump Can Get the Job Done'
Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones blasts former vice president
Democrat Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones voiced his concerns that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden "can't do anything" while locked away in his basement, arguing that President Donald Trump is the man that can get the "job done."
“I just met the president of these United States and the vice president," Jones said.
"And, I want you to know this president is concerned about our public health and our public safety,” he added in video posted on his Twitter page.
“And, he has worked extremely hard to make sure that America is going to be healthy again – in the economy and in our physical health,” Jones said.
The "Country over party” Democrat called on Americans to support Trump because America needs “a man – that can get the job done.”
“Joe Biden can’t do anything in the basement," Jones argued.
"We need a man - that can get the job done, that has a proven record," he continued.
"And President Trump can get the job done.”
Earlier this month, Jones declared Biden was the real “full-blooded bigot," in response to the former Vice President accusing Trump of being a racist.
In an op-ed published by The Daily Caller, Jones wrote:
“Since that day in May, when I announced I would support Donald Trump for president, my motives have been questioned, my integrity assailed, even my intelligence challenged. That’s okay."
On Wednesday, MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin asked Jones if he supports Trump because he's "being compensated."
"Let me be clear. You get paid to shape a liberal narrative. You get paid to attack this president," Jones fired back.
"I don’t get a dime for this president. I don’t get a dime from the campaign. Everything I’ve done has been me and based on my principles."
"See, that’s the problem. When an African American "
In April, Jones described Trump as a transformative figure:
“A philosopher once said, ‘One courageous man in the crowd is a majority.’ I’ve got the courage to express my convictions.”