|Insurgency attacks Republican senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi and the constituents who voted for him. Some claimed that Black voter rather be picking cotton than voting for Republicans.|
The insurgency continues to be a force of obstruction and misfortune for many Americans.
It seems like those Cliven Bundy types continue to plague America. It seems like Obama isn't the only thing they hate here in the great ol' U-S of A, but Republicans who aren't conservative enough.
I mean the senators from Mississippi are pretty damn conservative. Just not enough conservative for the insurgency. They believe that the embattled senator might as well let us BLACK FOLKS pick our own cotton.
The conservative insurgency has proven that they're a force to be reckoned with. Hopefully they'll realize that the American people are so tired of them. They have managed to uproot Representative Eric Cantor (R-VA) out of his position as House Majority Leader and lawmaker.
Even though they've claimed victory in one major event, the insurgency could win the seat being held by embattled politico Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS).
Now the insurgency partnered up with the defeated Mississippi state lawmaker Chris McDaniel to attack the winner of the Republican primary runoff and those who voted for him.
Cochran press call has turned into a disaster after guy asks why Cochran is "harvesting black votes like black people harvesting cotton"
— Brett LoGiurato (@BrettLoGiurato) July 2, 2014
Chris McDaniel's campaign is calling foul after Cochran surged to victory on the strength of the Black vote.
The Black vote managed to be very successful for Cochran. He won over a typically Democratic stronghold but lost the respect of his conservative brethren.
The Huffington Post reports that during a press conference call for Sen. Thad Cochran's (R-Miss.) re-election campaign turned into a fiasco on Wednesday when an unidentified caller began asking whether Cochran improperly "harvested" votes from African-Americans like "black people harvesting cotton."
|The insurgent Chris McDaniel vows to fight Cochran even if it cost Republicans a seat in the U.S. Senate.|
On Tuesday, Cochran's campaign denied allegations that he bought black votes in the Senate GOP primary runoff against state Sen. Chris McDaniel, the insurgent who has yet to concede the race. Charles C. Johnson of GotNews.com posted an interview with the Rev. Stevie Fielder earlier this week in which the reverend claimed he was paid to offer black voters $15 each to vote for Cochran. Fielder was compensated for the interview. A Cochran campaign spokesman called the accusations of illegal vote buying "baseless and false."
Johnson urged his followers to join the call and "crash" it on Wednesday.
Here's That Guy Who Helped Obama Win attacking Cochran in his victory.