Ali Alexander biography: 13 things about Ali Abdul Razaq Akbar

Ali Alexander

Ali Alexander

Ali Abdul Razaq Akbar is an African-American man who is of Arab descent. He goes by Ali Akbar and Ali Alexander.

While Alexander was not a member of the Donald Trump campaign, he is an avid supporter of the 45th United States president. Here are 13 more things about Alexander:


  1. He previously lived in various parts of the U.S. including Lynchburg, Virginia, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and in Fort Worth, Texas. (a)
  2. He is a Southern Baptist. (b)
  3. In November 2006, he repeatedly stole household items from a woman’s home in Fort Worth. In December 2006, he broke into a man’s van, stole his debit card and tried to use it to withdraw $400. (c)
  4. In 2007, he became a member of the John McCain campaign. On August 18, 2007, he was arrested in Fort Worth and was charged with two felony charges namely credit card or debit card abuse and burglary of a vehicle. (c)
  5. In 2008, he worked at the Republican Convention. (a) In April 2008, he pleaded guilty to the credit card or debit card fraud and was sentenced to four years probation and restitution of the stolen money worth $400. His probation ended in May 2012. (c) In 2012, he joined the National Bloggers Club, which originally referred to itself as a 501(c)(3) organization but changed it to a nonprofit  after an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agent revealed that it had not filed the proper paperwork to be considered a legitimate 501(c)3. He went on to become the group’s president. (d)
  6. In 2011, he started working at Vice and Victory. (a) He went on to become its chief executive officer. His life was discussed in Bill Schmalfeldt’s book “Vice and Vice: With the Emphasis on the Former,” which was published on November 17, 2012. (e)
  7. From 2016 to 2017, he worked at Rabble. In 2016, he wrote on Facebook, “I think he (Donald Trump) destroyed my party, and I hate the campaign he’s running. But I’ll gladly choose him over Hillary Clinton and the violent leftist mob.” (a) 
  8. In 2017, he was a member of the Christian Right group Council for National Policy (CNP). (f)
  9. He is a publisher at Cultture. (a)
  10. In June 2019, he went to Minneapolis along with Laura Loomer and Jacob Wohl to film a documentary film titled “Importing Ilhan,” which was their attempt to prove that Ilhan Omar had married her brother. (g) In the same month, he tweeted that Kamala Harris was not “an American Black” because she was Jamaican-Indian, which was retweeted by Donald Trump Jr. (h)
  11. He is the leader of the Stop The Steal movement, which protested against the transition of the U.S. presidency from Trump to Joe Biden. (i)
  12. After the riot in the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., USA on January 6, 2021, he was banned from Twitter, PayPal and Venmo. (i)
  13. He claimed that Arizona representatives worked with him to plan rallies for Trump rallies, one of which ended with an attack on the U.S. Capitol. (j)

(This is a developing story. More details will be added soon.)


13 replies »

    • Wow your own private hell must be far worse considering you go on forums telling people to “rot in hell” just because they committed a few nonviolent crimes in their youth and have different politics to you. Imagine how damaged you must be to spit such hated and vitriol towards someone.


  1. It is amazing that a black con artist can take thousands of dollars from racist white people. He must go to bed every night thinking, “I’m glad I am so talented, and they are so dumb” – Mel Brooks

    Like crack, as long as hate is profitable, people will sell it.


    • He is not black…He is a Arab con artist born Ali Abdul Razaq selling you he black…Your talent should of allow you to see this. It’s hate he selling not his decent, and people buy into this. He sure couldn’t tell them his is a racist white.


      • Ali is Ali Abdul Razaq Akbar. He was born in Dallas, Texas. His mother is Lydia Lynette Dew. His father is Abdul Razaq Mahd Akbar. His father may have been from Iran or Afghanistan. Whatever the case, the GOP got played big time.


  2. Ali has a mental illness and thinks he’s white. He goes to bed hoping he’ll wake up white, but life doesn’t work like that. Seek help Ali!


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