Mississippi Conservative Daily reports on a conservative supporter’s Facebook post taking Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves recently announced policy agenda to task, and for his willingness to kill similar legislation in previous sessions when introduced by ‘persona non-grata’ senators.
At the start of the legislative session, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves unveiled his agenda for the upcoming (election) year. Many conservatives were struck by the fact that many of his legislative proposals had been introduced in previous sessions by conservative senators like Chris McDaniel and Melanie Sojourner, yet Reeves blocked those bills. MCD will have a lot more on this story in the upcoming weeks.
But this evening, a solid McDaniel and Sojourner supporter, Ken Stroud, nailed Tater on Facebook for a major flipflop – the elimination of vehicle safety stickers: