JUST IN: Alleged Ray Epps Twitter Account Shows Support For Hillary Clinton Following 2016 Election

A Twitter account that appears to be operated by Ray Epps has surfaced. The Twitter account handle and name reference “Rocking R Farms”, the name of the wedding venue/ranch owned by Epps, located in Queen Creek, Arizona.

The @RockingRFarms account only has sixteen tweets, with all of the tweets being business-related, advertising the ranch and various farmer markets Epps would sell produce at. There are multiple photos of Epps on the Twitter account.

The account seems to be inactive with the latest tweet being from June of 2017. While the tweets of Epps’ business account seem harmless, Epps’ Twitter “like” history is interesting.

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In November 2016, Epps liked a tweet from presidential candidate Hillary Clinton following her loss to Donald Trump. The tweet from Clinton references a quote from her concession speech: “To all the little girls watching…never doubt that you are valuable and powerful & deserving of every chance & opportunity in the world.”

Ray Epps has faced controversy recently as many Republican congressmen have supported claims alleging Epps was a federal agent that incited January 6th protestors to illegally enter into the Capitol.

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On the day of the protest and the night before, Epps is photographed wearing a Trump hat. It is unclear what changed Epps from a supporter of Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump.


Rocking R Farms, LLC was officially filed as a business by James Ray Epps in 2011. Interestingly enough, both Ray and his wife Robyn were removed as members of the business on May 8th, 2021.

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