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 her final statement at Tuesday's Mississippi Senate Debate, Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith told people to vote on November 22. The run-off election is November 27.
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.
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.
This bizarro presser went sideways when Hyde-Smith refused to answer questions, and Bryant stepped in for her.
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.