Thank you Monica for being here in the lively crowd. We are just a little over 40 minutes away from the polls closing in Mississippi, where Republican Governor Tate Reeves seeking reelection against challenger Democrat Brandon Presley, who is coincidentally Elvis Presley’s cousin. Governor Reeves, welcome.
What is your message for the people of Mississippi tonight? The reason this race is so close in Mississippi is because 80% of Brandon Presley’s funding has come from California, New York, and Washington DC. Liberal billionaires have spent millions in our state, with over $12 million coming from out of state.
However, we remain confident that people will turn out to vote. If you are in Mississippi and haven’t voted yet, please go and vote. Today is a day to honor our veterans and vote to keep Mississippi a red state. We have seen what blue state governors have done during the pandemic and we don’t want that for our state. Regarding my opponent Mr.
Presley, the New York Times has described his campaign as one that aims to forge a coalition of black and liberal and centrist white voters, including disaffected Republicans. He is trying to position himself as a Democrat populist, possibly trying to attract the MAGA crowd.
But in Mississippi, that doesn’t resonate. Let me give you an example: a gentleman I met on the campaign trail told me to say in every group that if a man says he is a Democrat, the best thing to do is believe him. My opponent has supported Hillary Clinton in 2016 and Joe Biden in 2020. So, if anyone believes that Joe Biden is doing a great job for America, they can elect my opponent to run Mississippi.
However, I don’t think many Mississippians hold that belief. We still have 40 minutes to get out and vote for true conservative leadership in our great state. Mississippi is an emerging state, with many friends investing and moving here. Governor, we wish you the best of luck tonight.
We’ll be watching. – Sean Hannity.