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Senator Hyde-Smith Makes Statement about participating in a ‘public hanging’ of Congressman Mike Espy during campaign in state known for lynchings

 

 

Senator Hyde-Smith refuse to apologize for joking about ‘public hanging’ in a state known for lynchings

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

MISSISSIPPI – Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (Republican of Mississippi.), who let her bigotry hangout, draws harsh criticism for a line made while campaigning in early November 2018.

While addressing a gathering of supporters Hyde-Smith is heard saying in a video posted to Twitter, “If he invited me to a public hanging, I’d be on the front row.” Journalist and blogger Lamar White Jr. posted the video Sunday morning, November 11, 2018.

Hyde-Smith campaigned against Mike Espy (@), who in 1987 became Mississippi’s first black congressman since Reconstruction. Mississippi was the US State with the most lynchings in 1877-1950.

 

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