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GOP Hopeful Chris McDaniel’s Old Radio Site Mocked Women and Minorities

Justin Sullivan/Getty A website for Mississippi Republican senate hopeful Chris McDaniel’s former talk radio show prominently featured inflammatory commentary about women and minorities, telling liberal women to “shave… your face” and disparaging residents of Detroit as looters of “bling bling.” The remarks were on a since-deleted Squarespace website for “conservative articles and commentary” from The Right Side Radio Show, a talk-radio show McDaniel co-hosted in the mid-2000s along with Jack Fairchilds, according to a copy of the website preserved by The Internet Archive.
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