Sen Bill Cassidy is as popular in Louisiana as a Category 5 hurricane after he joined Chuck Schumer and Maxine Waters in voting against Trump twice during the bogus impeachment hearing.
Those are two votes that will probably put an end to his political career.
They are even erecting billboards telling Cassidy exactly what they think of him and believe me when UI says it’s not much.
— The American Spectator (@amspectator) March 2, 2021
Bill Cassidy was on the ballot in Louisiana last November just as President Trump was. Cassidy managed a similar percentage of the vote in the Bayou State that night — 59 percent to Trump’s 58 percent.
But if you think Cassidy’s popularity back home corresponds to that of Trump, think again. Especially after Cassidy twice joined with the likes of Chuck Schumer and Mazie Hirono to validate the Democrats’ kangaroo-court post-presidential impeachment last month.
There are billboards all over Louisiana with Cassidy’s image and “OBJECT OF SHAME” in large letters, a reference to the characterization of Cassidy by the East Baton Rouge Parish Republican Party after his vote in favor of the impeachment trial’s constitutionality. His staff had all but given up answering the phone by the second week of February, so brutal and voluminous were the calls expressing outrage at his impeachment votes. The state GOP censured him with a savage statement following his vote to convict Trump.
A friend of Cassidy’s has a unique take on the situation.
He claims that Cassidy’s wife wears the pants in the family and that he has capitulated to her.
That friend claims that Laura Cassidy influences the Senator in his rhetoric, opinions, and how he votes.
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Author: Steven Ahle
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