Here Goes the Squad, Making Things Up Again!


There are no two ways about, Lindsey Graham is detested by the liberal Left. They say he’s in Donald Trump’s pocket. We say we are glad he is. Graham doesn’t mince his words when it comes to standing up for what’s right.

The sore Democrat losers in Graham’s home state of S.C. are not-so-kindly suggesting he quit on the grounds of they don’t like him. It’s almost certain was chuckling to himself when he tweeted the following in response to their over-the-top request.

Graham said he “must be doing something right when the most radical liberal politicians and media pundits in America are calling for my resignation.” He’s doing right by the way he’s always quick to defend and protect the rights of the Right.

The libs are pretending like requesting Graham to admonish his throne is not a result of their immense dislike of him. They’re well aware of how that would never fly, so being the typical Dems they are, they made up a real doozy.

More than one sitting member of the far-left faction within the House Democratic Caucus Graham should hit the road due to his attempted interference in the Georgia vote recount. The first recount showed Trump losing to Biden by a margin of 0.25 percent. Because discrepancies are still being called into question, the Trump campaign has asked the Peach State to do another one.

By this time you have probably surmised who the radical left-wingers are, but if not, this statement from Graham should make it abundantly clear. He confirmed his firm position on the subject by stressing how he would “not hesitate to vigorously oppose the radical domestic and foreign policy agenda of The Squad and other liberal critics.”

The entire fiasco began in an interview with Georgia Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger where he made the outlandish claim that Graham had applied undue pressure on him to toss out ballots from counties where an abnormally high amount of signatures did not match those of the voter rolls.

The Washington Post reported how “Raffensperger said he was stunned that Graham appeared to suggest that he find a way to toss legally cast ballots. Absent court intervention, Raffensperger doesn’t have the power to do what Graham suggested because counties administer elections in Georgia.”

Lindsey Graham is no new kid on the block. He certainly knows Raffensperger does not have the power or authority to pull off such a stunt, meaning the accusation does not hold water.

When backed in a corner, Raffensperger could only offer the following. “It sure looked like he was wanting to go down that road.” Uhh… Hold on… ‘Looked like he wanted to’ versus asking him to do so are as different as Republican and Democrat.

Graham called the accusation ridiculous and said he had only ever expressed an interest in learning how the state’s signature verification process works. He never suggested anyone tamper with votes, nor would he ever.

“The main issue for me is,” the Senator said, “Is how do you protect the integrity of mail-in voting, and how does signature verification work.”

Washington Democrat Rep. Pramila Jayapal, an outspoken member of the “squad,” and co-chairwoman of the House Progressive Caucus, was the one who led the cry for Graham’s resignation. In a tweet, she said the accusation has now been corroborated with Raffensperger’s version of how things went down, and in no uncertain terms, Graham needs to hit the dusty trail.

Jayapal’s only corroboration came from speaking with an aide who was on the line when the alleged request took place during a phone conversation conversation between Graham and Raffensberger. The aide said how he  “could see how Sen. Graham viewed it one way and Secretary Raffensperger viewed it one way, but our job in this state is to follow the law and follow the process.”

There you have it. A simple disagreement. Granted, if Raffensberger wasn’t clear about the gist of the call, shouldn’t he have gone back to Graham for verification prior to running his big mouth?

There was once a man from Georgia named Raffensberger who had a promising political career…