During President Donald Trump's August 22 speech at the Phoenix Convention Center, we couldn't stop staring at the man sitting behind him — the one holding a "BLACKS FOR TRUMP" sign and wearing a T-shirt that said "Trump & Republicans Are Not Racist." Was it the same "Blacks For Trump" guy who kept showing up for his campaign rallies in Florida? Why yes, it was. Somehow, Michael the Black Man (as he prefers to be called) had made it to Phoenix. A former member of the Yahweh ben Yahweh cult, Michael now runs a website where he rants about how the Cherokee tribe is destroying America. He's also accused Oprah of being the devil, and Barack Obama of being endorsed by the KKK. So, in other words, it made perfect sense that he'd wind up in Arizona. The one thing that we want to know, though, is who paid for him to fly out here? Is it really that hard to find a non-white Trump supporter in Maricopa County these days?