The Lincoln Project perfectly captured how South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham could reverse one statement almost before it fell out of his mouth. Graham went from being one of Senator John McCain’s (R-AZ) best friends to sneaking the Trump kids into McCain’s funeral, where the elder Trump was expressly dis-invited. After January 6, Graham thought the political world of Trump was over, so he gave an eloquent speech about how terrible the failed coup was. Soon afterward, he discovered that the Republican beast still lived, so he turned around and went down that political road.
Graham went onto one television show and denied the very words he used to describe the Donald before. One minute, he says this about Trump:
‘I think he’s a race-baiting xenophobic, religious bigot.’
But when The View TV Show called the senator on it, he denied his statement verbatim:
‘No, I don’t think he’s a race-baiting xenophobic, religious bigot.’
The senator does have a sense of humor, but we wonder whether he will enjoy how The Lincoln Project made fun of him this time. Check out their brief but well-done Graham feature below:
‘[email protected]: “Use my words against me.”
‘@ProjectLincoln: “You got it.” ‘
[email protected]: “Use my words against me.”@ProjectLincoln: “You got it.” pic.twitter.com/XmhPTZjtji
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) January 14, 2022
Take a look out how other Americans feel about Graham:
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