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In an unguarded moment on her campaign trail, Mississippi’s Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith revealed her racist attitude toward African Americans that serves as just one of several reasons why the state should elect Mike Espy to the U.S. Senate.

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Republicans scrambled on Monday to prevent Hyde-Smith from losing a Senate seat in deep red Mississippi to a Democrat in the state’s runoff election Tuesday, Politico reported.

President Donald Trump was expected to hold two rallies for Hyde-Smith on Monday in the hope of turning out his base to vote for her.

Espy is an underdog in the race to unseat Hyde-Smith, who was appointed by the governor to complete the term of retiring GOP Sen. Thad Cochran. He would become the state’s first Black senator since Reconstruction. add sentence and link here

Hyde-Smith’s missteps may have opened the door for a possible win if Democrats—especially African-Americans—turn out in large numbers to support Espy and if moderate Republicans crossover or stay home.

Hyde-Smith’s biggest misstep came from a Nov. 2 campaign stop when she praised a longtime supporter. “If he invited me to a public hanging, I’d be on the front row,” she was caught saying on a video posted to social media.

Supports voter suppression

Hyde-Smith was also caught on video telling a crowd that “they remind me that there’s a lot of liberal folks in those other schools who maybe we don’t want to vote. Maybe we want to make it just a little more difficult. And I think that’s a great idea.” Users on social media wondered if she was referring to the state’s many historically Balck colleges and universities.

School segregationist

Not only did Hyde-Smith attend a segregation academy for high school can you say exactly what that means? , but she also chose to send her daughter to one.

Praised Confederacy

Hyde-Smith supported a legislative measure to honor a Confederate soldier’s effort to “defend his homeland” while she also promoted revisionist views about the Civil War.

Accepted Former Klansman’s Donation

After Hyde-Smith’s public hanging comment, her campaign gladly accepted a $1,000 donation from former Ku Klux Klan member George Malvaney.

Viewed As White supremacist

Even a Rhodes Scholar from Mississippi called the senator a white supremacist.

She Supported Trump’s Migrant Family Separation Policy

“The Trump administration has made no secret of its intention to secure our borders, and I support that goal. The implementation of the zero-tolerance policy and the separation of children from their parents is distressing to me as a mother, but we cannot lose sight that U.S. immigration laws must be enforced,” she stated.

Supports Obamacare Repeal

Hyde-Smith has said she would support the repeal of Obamacare, raising fears about the safety of the law’s protections for pre-existing medical conditions.

Supported Judge Brett Kavanaugh

The senator went out of her way—breaking the tradition of newly appointed senators quietly observing debates—to support the controversial nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Vote Mike Espy! 8 Irrefutable Reasons Why Mississippi Shouldn’t Elect Cindy ‘Public Hanging’ Hyde-Smith was originally published on newsone.com

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