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In Chris McDaniel’s Facebook Pander-Through-History tour, apparently we’ve left the World War II era and have moved on to the sixties. Now instead of Winston Churchill, it’s RFK.

The next few days should be interesting as we will likely see the first volley of the Supreme Court challenge as well as if Charles Johnson will show up for his subpoena.

Speaking of pandering, Cochran’s real opponent in November is getting heavy with the imagery. Travis Childers attracted nearly a dozen to Smith Park in downtown Jackson to pander to Mississippi voters who like 2% milk and white bread.

Photo from Emily Wagster Pettus’ twitter feed

Looking at him, one would be thinking he’d be more of a buttermilk and cornbread guy, but apparently the folks in Jackson said that 2% milk and white bread polled 11 points higher.

That’s the way it was – Day 85 of the McDaniel Hostage Crisis.

Good day Mississippi – and good luck.