Senator Lindsey Graham called-out his liberal colleagues during a video podcast Wednesday; saying he will “be no part of running this country into the ground.”
“I’m proud of America. I’m glad my ancestors came here. I’m proud to be an American. I will be no part of running this country into the ground,” said Graham.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: "I will be no part of running this country into the ground." pic.twitter.com/UqClpG8hzS
— The Hill (@thehill) July 15, 2020
Watch the Senator’s comments above.
GRAHAM'S STAND: Grassley, Graham Request New Intel on FBI’s Handling of Hillary Probe
Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham fired-off an official letter to Attorney General William Barr Tuesday; demanding new information regarding the FBI’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s email probe now that Robert Mueller’s investigation has concluded.
“Now that the Special Counsel’s investigation has concluded, we are unaware of any legitimate basis upon which the Department can refuse to answer the Judiciary Committee’s inquiries,” states the letter.
“In a letter sent to Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday, three Senate chairman argue the Justice Department can no longer cite the ongoing Russian interference investigation as a reason not to comply with their demand for a briefing,” adds the Washington Examiner.
Sen. Graham has repeatedly vowed to gather new details on both the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and whether the DOJ violated the law in obtaining FISA warrants against Trump associates during the 2016 race for the White House.
Read the full report at the Washington Examiner.
GRAHAM'S STAND: Sen. Graham Says Dems, Media Were ‘More Worried About Impeachment than Coronavirus’
Sen. Lindsey Graham ripped his Democratic colleagues and the mainstream media in a series of tweets Tuesday; saying liberal lawmakers and the press were “more worried about impeachment than the Coronavirus.”
“When it comes to the month of February, most Democrats and the media were more worried about impeaching President @realDonaldTrump than coronavirus,” posted Graham on social media.
We voted to acquit President Trump on February 6.
During that time, Democrats were making witness requests which – if they had been granted – would have extended the trial through most of February.
Very sad, very dangerous.
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) April 14, 2020
“We voted to acquit President Trump on February 6. During that time, Democrats were making witness requests which – if they had been granted – would have extended the trial through most of February. Very sad, very dangerous,” he added.