Remember Mississippi: Author Ryan Walters Describes How Trump’s Journey To The Whitehouse Began In Mississippi In 2014

By MississippI PEP Staff | November 5th, 2017 at 7:32 am

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“The anger that was generated in Mississippi, and what they did to Chris McDaniel, resonated throughout the country.”


Author of Remember Mississippi: How Chris McDaniel Exposed the GOP Establishment and Inspired a Revolution, joined Matt Boyle of Breitbart Radio Saturday morning.

Ryan Walters, a MississippiPEP Contributor, discussed the new book and how the disgusting tactics displayed against McDaniel in 2014 angered conservatives across the country and led to the outcome of the 2016 presidential campaign.

“How did Donald Trump win the Republican nomination in 2016? That has perplexed the pundits,” Walters noted.

“Why did all the establishment candidates crash and burn?” he asked.

“The anger that was generated in Mississippi, and what they did to Chris McDaniel, resonated throughout the country,” Walters maintained.

As a result, “grassroots conservatives retaliated” against the Republican establishment, he said, and that retaliation has provided the energy that continues to upset the political world.

“Without Mississippi in 2014, I don’t believe Donald Trump ever gets the nomination.” Walters said.

READ: Author of ‘Remember Mississippi’ Says Stolen 2014 GOP Senate Primary Election Set the Stage for Trump Victory in 2016

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  • Ragnar Danneskjöld

    If you can envision the future – it truly looks bright in the State of Mississippi. Af future without Cochran, Wicker, Bryant, Reeves, Hood, and dozens of judges, and other weaselly Oxford sycophants in the rear-view mirror. Mississippi can and should be at the top of many lists because of its many unrecognized, trampled, and discouraged hero men and women – just waiting to lead us. Hopefully the treasury coffers won’t be emptied by then from all the theft and graft that channels most of Mississippian’s hard-earned money into the Ole’ Missus endowment in Oxford.