Cindy McCain said that everyone was aware of deceased pedophile Jeffrey’s Epstein’s alleged sex crimes, and she criticized law enforcement for waiting so long to arrest him.
Freshman swing-district Democrat Rep. Cindy Axne (D-IA) said Saturday that she “did not run” to “impeach” President Donald Trump despite her backing of the impeachment inquiry.
Appearing Saturday on CNN’s Axe Files, Cindy McCain reacted to recent happenings in Washington, D.C., saying the United States needs her late husband, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), “more than ever.”
Just when you think the hideous McCains cannot possibly be any more hideous, we learn that the matriarch of the family, Cindy McCain, not only lied about saving a child from the clutches of human traffickers, but racially profiled a family, then reported them to authorities.
Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Live,” Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson said Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) was a “white supremacists.” Commenting on Hyde-Smith’s recent controversy, including her public hanging comment, Dyson said, “Not only in 2018 should we be introspective, we should move beyond introspection to reconstruction, and figuring out a way to link our ideals and our practices. And in Mississippi, with the history, the ghost of Mississippi, the blood of Mississippi from its rivers where Emmett Till died, where Medgar Evers died, where those three civil rights workers, two Jews and a black person died, we have to come to grips with it in 2018, and the only way to do that is to take a harder look at what we’ve been able to do and not able to do, and then you know, roll up our sleeves, so to speak, and work together.” He continued, “Cindy Hyde-Smith is a racist, a white nationalist, a white supremacist. And it is a shame that white Mississippians would exonerate her in advance and excuse her for the intimidating hatred that she expresses, and God forbid that she would then be elected to go to the Senate of the United States to do more damage
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) defeated former Clinton administration Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy on Tuesday in the Mississippi Senate runoff election.