The age of Mississippi needing politicians like (Roger) Wicker has passed. Mississippi seeks to gain nothing from a man so deeply established in the Republican Party and seeks to gain everything by electing a true outsider who is in tune with the people of Mississippi and not the donors in Washington.
In an article published by The Washington Post, Bannon specifically names Wicker as a target for his crusade in 2018 and has reportedly been in contact with prominent donors as well as McDaniel himself.
The test of whether a Republican should serve in the Senate no longer lies in whether he or she would answer to Mitch McConnell and various other leadership but instead lies in whether the candidate would support our president and in how outraged the opinion columnists at The New York Times would be if he or she got elected.
(Chris) McDaniel is a tried-and-true, God-loving conservative who never backs down from a fight, respects our state flag and lives in the nightmares of Senate Republicans who would prefer inaction to action when it comes to making America great again.
It is in the hands of every man and woman of this great state, from the suburbs of Southaven to the beaches of Gulfport, to join in on Bannon’s crusade and speak with deafening volume against the establishment in support of McDaniel in his run for Senate.