Monday, November 26, 2018

Trump in Miss.Tonight to Rally for Senate Candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith

The President is headed for Mississippi on Monday to rally support for GOP U.S. Senate candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith ahead of Tuesday's runoff election against Democratic opponent Mike Espy.

Neither candidate secured the requisite 50 percent of 
votes during their Nov. 6 election.
Hyde-Smith may well need the president's support. 
She has been facing intense scrutiny recently over having 
attended a white private school that was founded after 
court-ordered school desegregation of public schools.

Hyde-Smith also ignited controversy after she was seen in a  
photo wearing a replica hat of a Confederate soldier and in a 
video praising a supporter by saying: 
“If he invited me to a public hanging, I’d be on the front row.” 

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Clearly She Was Being Shown Historical Artifacts But You Know Someone Will Pull The Race Card Out For This!

Hyde-Smith has apologized 
for the remark but,

Espy, an African-American and former congressman, 
has used the comment as fodder during his campaign.
"Here's what you're not going to get from me: You're not going 
to hear any talk about voter suppression. You're not going to hear 
any talk about public hanging," Espy said.


Even a Better Reason To Watch
is President Trump is Sure To Be Commenting 
On The Current Border Problem & Invasion & 
How the Left Wing Crooked Media Will Only 
Show a Woman & Child Running From The 
Tear Gas & They Will Not Show 
The Criminal Element Attacking 
The Police, Troops & ICE Agents! 

And Of Course Why We Need Her Seat!

Live Now, He Has Just Landed!

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