NESHOBA COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) – The final day of political speeches was held on Thursday, July 28 at the Neshoba County Fair.

It was a very busy morning at Founders Square as the crowd heard from State Auditor Shad White, Attorney General Lynn Fitch, House Speaker Philip Gunn and Governor Tate Reeves.

With the huge developments in the Mississippi welfare scandal case, State Auditor Shad White used the platform to ensure Mississippians that someone will be held accountable.

“The FBI has not arrested a soul in that case that we have not already arrested in the last two years. Apparently, we’re doing a pretty d*** good job so far, thank you. We’re going to hold people accountable to the law regardless of how famous they are, where they’re from, who their mama is. We’re going to hold people accountable to the law period,” said White.

Former Governor Phil Bryant is the latest to be subpoenaed in connection to the case.

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