Genre : Drama
A group of Black Republicans are despised by their wives, taunted by White Republicans and scorned buy Black Democrats.
(BROM) “Black Republicans of Manhattan” is a cluster of radical Blacks led by Judge, ALEX SANDER. Alex has compelled his members to defy their wives and Democrats’ requests to withdraw from the Republican Party. Instead, BROM balks and becomes even closer to a racial bias Chairman, KEN GRUBBY and the GOP.
After Alex and two BROM members, RYAN VAIL and CRAIG KENT, fail to successfully negotiate a warm campaign reception at three Harlem Churches for three White Republican candidates, Alex and his pals are later punished at GOP Headquarters.
At GOP Headquarters, Grubby, Gov. Grubby, Senator Hurt and Mayor Foul look-on and giggle with great enthusiasm as a gullible Alex, Ryan, and Craig dance wildly while compelled to perform janitorial duties.
But unknown to Chairman Grubby, BROM members, TIPPY MORAL and FUZZY NOBLE, witnessed the entire humiliating episode. After his submissive, dancing exhibition, Alex pleads with Grubby not to expose his embarrassing, dancing exhibition to his wife or the Black community.
Tippy and Fuzzy become so angry with the buffoonery of their BROM brothers that they labeled them modern-day UNCLE TOMS and vow to inform their wives as well as Ken Grubby’s wife SUSAN and her GOP friends.
Days later, Grubby’s wife, SUSAN and Alex’s wife, CATHY are both informed of the racial denigration often practiced at the GOP Headquarters.
Subsequently, Susan and Cathy, now friends, become outrage and later organize DAW (Diverse Abolition Women), a racial-diverse organization formed to delete racial tyranny from the GOP.
DAW members become so aggrieved with the racial tactics utilized by the GOP that they divorce their husbands. Nationally, the GOP’S racial shenanigans are exposed. After Chairman Grubby and his pals are crippled in an auto accident, the GOP loses the presidential election to a young Democrat. Shockingly, he’s America’s first Black President.
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