Journey2Heaven.com, LLC, is apparently a web site which Cindy Hyde-Smith set up with Umesh Sanjanwala. It has been alleged that it was previously a pagan or witchcraft web site. Umesh Sanjanwala is listed online as a Hindu, rather than Christian. What about reincarnation? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heaven#Hinduism. Perhaps this was just opportunism? Without further information, we just don’t know.
Asian-Indian Umesh Sanjanwala’s power may come from having been director of IT audits for the Mississippi Office of Auditor. He may have dirt on politicians or other people. Umesh Sanjanwala “has been Special Assistant to Hyde-Smith since 2012, and chief information officer for MDAC since 1997. He was previously director of information technology audits for the Mississippi Office of the Auditor…” However, true racists, which Hyde-Smith appears to be, seem to prefer Asian-Indians to African Americans. The reason is apparently because the phenotype of Asian-Indians is perceived as closer to white, even though it’s not always the case. Or, maybe they have more money to pay bribes? For affirmative action, Asian-Indians “count” as a minority, as though they were African Americans. Wonder why affirmative actions hasn’t worked? Asian-Indians ran off with many of the benefits meant for African Americans. Meanwhile, Republicans appear hell-bent to turn the United States into a colony of India, all while complaining about Latin American immigration.
Update note: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2018/11/25/hyde-smiths-special-assistant-umesh-sanjawala-seems-to-have-bought-his-job-for-a-57077-campaign-donation-to-hyde-smith-in-2011-75-of-his-salary-at-the-time/
Hyde-Smith apparently prefers immigrants from India, who came recently by choice, to African Americans who came as slaves hundreds of years ago. Asians are only about 1% of Mississippi’s population and that includes Vietnamese, etc., and not just people from India. African Americans are 38% of Mississippi’s population. So, why wasn’t her assistant African American? While unable to find if Umesh was born in India, or his parents were, he’s clearly a “new” immigrant compared to African Americans. See more on the issue of racism and phenotype here: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2018/11/22/new-orleans-man-pleads-guilty-to-hate-crime-in-shooting-of-three-african-american-men-attempting-to-evacuate-after-hurricane-katrina/
“Tuesday, April 10, 2018
U.S. SENATOR HYDE-SMITH ANNOUNCES SENIOR STAFF
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today announced her senior staff, including chief of staff, deputy chiefs of staff, legislative director, and state director.
Hyde-Smith was sworn in Monday to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by former U.S. Senator Thad Cochran. Hyde-Smith has appointed the following to senior staff positions: Brad White, Chief of Staff; John G. Campbell, Deputy Chief of Staff for Administration; Daniel Ulmer, Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy; Tim Wolverton, Legislative Director; and Umesh Sanjanwala, State Director.
“I’ve assembled a team with a broad variety of experiences to lead my Senate office. I will promote a positive agenda focused on issues important to Mississippians. My staff in Washington and in the state will be dedicated to constituent services and the best representation for our state,” Hyde-Smith said.
White, a native of Braxton, was most recently Cochran’s chief of staff and previously served as his state director. Prior to joining Cochran, White was chief of staff for the Mississippi Department of Audit, and chairman of the Mississippi Republican Party. He also held positions within the Mississippi Transportation Commission, the Mississippi Public Service Commission and the Simpson County Economic Development Foundation. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from Belhaven University.
Campbell, a native of Greenville, was the Deputy Commissioner for the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce (MDAC) before joining the Hyde-Smith staff. He previously held several positions within MDAC, including state entomologist and director of the Bureau of Plant Industry. Additionally, he was a biological science technician at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s research center at Stoneville. Campbell has a Bachelor of Science degree from Mississippi State University and a Master’s degree in business administration from Delta State University.
Ulmer, a native of Jackson, served as deputy legislative director for Cochran. Ulmer joined Cochran’s staff in 2009 and held several positions including senior legislative assistant, legislative assistant, and legislative aide. His legislative portfolio was focused on agriculture, flood control, infrastructure, and banking issues. Ulmer has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Mississippi.
Wolverton, a native of Starkville, was most recently the military legislative assistant and senior policy advisor to Cochran, for whom he worked since 2009 in a variety of legislative positions. His portfolio was focused on national defense, homeland security, FEMA, and economic development. Wolverton has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mississippi State University, in addition to a Master’s degree in Defense and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College.
Sanjanwala who lives in Madison has been Special Assistant to Hyde-Smith since 2012, and chief information officer for MDAC since 1997. He was previously director of information technology audits for the Mississippi Office of the Auditor, in addition to systems analyst for the Mississippi Department of Human Services and Mississippi Department of Public Safety. He began his career as an IT project manager with Entergy. Sanjanwala has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Mississippi College and a Master of Public Policy and Administration from Mississippi State University“. (Senate gov web site) The above was corrected from Sanjanwala of Madison to who lives in Madison. He is of India, not of Madison, Mississippi!