Pete Hegseth incredulously said that Hyde-Smith's reference to public lynchings in Mississippi wasn't racist. What a reach.
Fox News' Pete Hegseth incredulously defended Sen. Hyde-Smith's reference to "public hanging" in Mississippi while running against an African American, claiming they were lawful executions at certain times in the 19th and 20th century.
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.
This bizarro presser went sideways when Hyde-Smith refused to answer questions, and Bryant stepped in for her.