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Reid Vance Nov 11
I voted for in the primary, but won't be doing so in the general. Words matter. The rhetorical stench of politics emanating from national leaders of both parties is clearly infectious. I'm done with candidates who refuse to wash themselves of it.
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Brandon Jones 12h
“I have always been accessible” says the lady in the room she picked, with the rules she picked speaking to no audience.
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Ashton Pittman 10h
Cindy Hyde-Smith repeatedly refused a pre-Nov 6 debate that would've included GOP challenger & Mike Espy, citing scheduling conflicts. In a secret video, she said it's because a debate would be like a $250k donation to McDaniel.
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Ashton Pittman 13h
Replying to @cindyhydesmith
Fact Check: Mike Espy was found not guilty on all charges; one juror called it “the most bogus thing I ever saw.”
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Ashton Pittman 11h
Whoa. Look at the size of the notepaper on Mike Espy’s podium vs. the two massive stacks on Cindy Hyde-Smith’s. Candidates weren’t supposed to have access to the notepads until the debate began, but Hyde-Smith demanded and received access to note paper over an hour before.
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Ashton Pittman 13h
Cindy Hyde-Smith says she wants to repeal the ACA but claims she supports protecting people w pre-existing conditions; this isn’t true—she supports a bill that would prevent insurers from charging people with them more, but would also allow them to outright deny coverage.
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Eric Bradner Nov 16
Wow — the black student in the photo posted last night to rebut claims she’d only been joking about voter suppression being a “good thing” responds forcefully. Hyde-Smith has deleted the tweet. Here’s what this is about.
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Ashton Pittman 11h
WATCH: I counted 20 times Cindy Hyde-Smith looked down at the two large stacks of notes in front of her during just the first two questions. Candidates weren't supposed to bring notes in with them, but her campaign demanded & was given access to notes over an hour prior.
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Ashton Pittman 10h
"Tonight, you have heard two clearly different opposite differences between me and my opponent." -Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, reading her closing statements at tonight's debate.
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Ashton Pittman 12h
Cindy Hyde-Smith says her "public hanging" comments were "twisted" by Espy "for political gain" and that she has no ill will in her heart. Espy responds: "I don't know what's in your heart, but we all know what came out of your mouth."
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Ashton Pittman 12h
“Walmart today said her comments did not reflect the values of their company...and you have a senator here talking about public hangings and voter suppression. Ladies and gentlemen, I am not moving backwards.”
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Ashton Pittman 10h
Here’s what the top 3 board members of debate host Farm Bureau (insurance) donated to Cindy Hyde-Smith this year: President Mike McCormick: $500 VP Ted Kendall: $3,500 VP Donald Gant: $500 None donated to Espy. This is the only debate invite she would accept.
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Ashton Pittman 10h
“They have restricted this debate so much that if she bombs, it will be a miracle,” a source told me this morning, echoing another source who said the debate was “rigged” for Cindy Hyde-Smith, who demanded they let her bring notes into the debate.
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Chuck Westmoreland Nov 11
So, . From the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, here's a list of lynching victims in Mississippi, many of whom were publicly hanged. Which one would you have witnessed from a front-row seat?
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Ashton Pittman 12h
Cindy Hyde-Smith voted for a bill that expands access to “junk insurance” plans that can discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions. In Mississippi, none of these short term plans cover maternity care and few cover mental health.
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Mike Espy 12h
QUICK CLIP: Mike Espy To Hyde-Smith: "I don't know what's in your heart but we all know what came out of your mouth."
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Elise Jordan 12h
Cindy Hyde-Smith using "liberal" as the ultimate dirty word tonight in debate: "We can not let a liberal come in here and roll back all of the good things we've been doing with Donald J. Trump"
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Ashton Pittman 12h
“I have never discriminated against anyone with a pre-existing condition and, unlike you, I never would.” -Mike Espy to Cindy Hyde-Smith
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Ashton Pittman 11h
Sen. Roger Wicker came out to address the press for Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith after the debate; she said she couldn’t bc she had to go see her husband.
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Elise Jordan 13h
Cindy Hyde-Smith drops Trump's visit immediately in her opening statement, and wraps up by saying that Espy is "too liberal" for Mississippi and that she will protect "conservative values."
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