Cindy 'Hang 'em high' Hyde-Smith has won the Mississippi runoff, proving that there is much, much more work to do in the South to overcome the leftovers from slavery and the Civil War.
Mississippi Republican Senate hopeful was sent to a segregated school - after segregation was outlawed in public schools.
Mike Espy has already proven himself to be good for Mississippi, and some Republicans pledge to remember that in Tuesday's run-off Senate election, especially after their current Senator's racist remarks.
In the most telling move, yet, Cindy Hyde-Smith makes cowardly demands of Espy in debate before Mississippi's runoff election, so the poor snowflake doesn't melt.
A photo of Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) wearing Confederate garb surfaced this week just days after she said she would attend a “public hanging” if invited.
Cindy Hyde-Smith Adds Voter Suppression To List Of Things She'd Happily Abide - Right Next To Lynching
But we're the bad sports because we can't take a joke, right?
Cindy Hyde-Smith can try to run from her "hanging" remarks, but she cannot hide.
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) could have had the benefit of the doubt but she kept talking.
Republican Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith invoked the state's horrific history of lynchings to salute a supporter. She's in a run-off election with Democrat Mike Espy, an African-American.
Man wears shirt featuring a Confederate flag and a noose and is shocked that he lost his job when a photo went viral
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