Cindy Hyde-Smith’s Six-Month Conservative Scorecard: Failure


With less than a month to go before election day, social media is pulsing with activity from Team Cindy, as they work overtime to try to convince voters of the worthiness of their candidate, Appointed Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith.
Scrolling through various posts on Facebook, it doesn’t take very long to see that Team Cindy is particularly defensive about their candidate’s past membership in the Democratic Party and her support for Hillary Clinton in 2008.
This particular charge has stung Hyde-Smith to the point that she recently came out with a strong statement denying the latter charge. “I could swear to you on a stack of Bibles that would go through the roof of the building we are standing in – I have never and would never vote for Hillary Clinton,” she said, which led former Mississippi Democratic Party chair Rickey Cole to label her statement “a blasphemous lie.” Since both were close friends, I’d say that speaks volumes.
Seeing Hyde-Smith’s glaring weaknesses, Team Cindy has become particularly nasty on social media with their incessant claims that the interim senator is a “lifelong conservative,” despite her long career as a Democrat.
With passions and tempers running hot, how are undecided voters to know what’s right and what’s wrong? By doing what fanatical liberal Democrats were unwilling to do with Brett Kavanaugh: Examining facts and corroborating evidence.
“Facts are stubborn things,” John Adams once said, “and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”
So, let’s look at real evidence, shall we? And that is Cindy Hyde-Smith’s voting record in the US Senate up to this point. This will tell us all we need to know.
Cindy Hyde-Smith assumed office in the US Senate on April 9, 2018 after her appointment by Governor Phil Bryant, which

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