#ColdAnger: Senator Lindsey Graham Spitting a Righteous Fire and Brimstone…

Senator Lindsey Graham defines Cold Anger:

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730 Responses to #ColdAnger: Senator Lindsey Graham Spitting a Righteous Fire and Brimstone…

  1. Graham has found his own MoJo after McCain’s death.

    Liked by 13 people

  2. lizzyp says:

    Seen on Twitter – “Graham today was what Cory Booker thinks he is”

    Liked by 16 people

  3. Charlie "The Deplorable" says:

    he pulled out a bat, hit a home run then used the bat to beat frankenstein, booker and schmuckles the clown

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  4. dbobway says:

    It’s good to have Lindsey on our side. He was very well spoken today. I saw his rant 3 times today. Every time I see it, I catch another point of dramatic truth from the Senator. It wasn’t politics, it was common sense and a direct accusation of the criminal left.
    The ‘Con’ game has been exposed to a lot of Americans today.

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    • Kenji says:

      I have to say … that Lindsay gave VOICE to MY President in the Hearing today. I’ll bet that made one hell of an impression on MY President. The kind of passion he wishes he had in the AG position …

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  5. Attorney says:

    Not a big fan but gotta admit he rocked it today.

    Liked by 10 people

    • noswamp says:

      “Not a big fan but gotta admit he rocked it today.”

      This pretty much sums it up for me.
      Never seen him this angry, this patriotic nor with such righteous indignation. Today he earned himself my praise. I still don’t trust him, but on this issue he stood tall. I congratulate him for that.

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  6. nwtex says:

    I just heard that Newt G. was on Laura Ingrahm’s show and was singing Sen Graham’s praises to the hilt. I don’t know how reliable the persons information is but I’m going to look around for the video in a bit. Also Ben Shapiro supposedly took on Code Pink.

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  7. starfcker says:

    Let’s say he did it. High School boys got grabby with high school girls. In America no less. Has it ever happened before? Have lives ever been ruined because of that? Give me a break. Nice work, Lindsey Graham. Maybe next time we won’t waste all this effort in time. Maybe next time we will punish the people who try to sandbag our process. Maybe next time we’ll tell them no. Because if Kavanagh doesn’t get voted in tomorrow, we have no process for selecting judges. Everybody knows that these lawyers are democratic operatives. Everybody knows these lawyers don’t have an honest bone in their body. Yet they are controlling the process. Why? Only because fraudsters in positions of power are allowing it. Take note of who rhose fraudsters are. The masks are coming off.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      It is a good thing that I am not God, because I would strike every one of those scumbags DEAD ON THE SPOT. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE.

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      • Kenji says:

        I would be an even WORSE God as I would deliver pestilence and disease upon them so they would all die slowwwwwww paiiiiiiinful deaths. They are already all Demons on earth … they will have an eternity of weeping and gnashing of teeth when they are hanging out with Satan!

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        • Zabadak says:

          God has already laid out what is in store for all unbelievers, which is the unpardonable sin. When they stand before the Great White Throne and are judged, they will be given a new body that will be able to withstand what they will encounter when they are thrown into the Lake of Fire. Unimagined torment, pain and suffering for ALL ETERNITY. Two roads lay before us. An eternity with God or an eternity in the Lake of Fire. The Bible doesn’t say anything about getting a second chance after we die and there are no half-way houses. For all who are still living, now is the time. Our Gospel as presented by Christ to Paul in 1st Corinthians chapter 15 verses 1-4.

          ” Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel (not a gospel but THE gospel), which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand;

          By which ye also are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain.

          For I delivered unto you first of all what which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures;

          And that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day according to the scriptures:”

          FAITH (belief) plus NOTHING. We cannot earn our salvation. It is a gift! So anybody sitting on the fence, please consider or reconsider what lies ahead for each and everyone of us.

          ETERNITY…think on it.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I wish you were God.

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    • Kenji says:

      Speaking of “allowing it” … was anyone else wondering why there were NO MORE screaming harpys being removed, one-by-one from the gallery? So WHY were they BANNED from THIS shit show … but allowed to disrupt EVERY OTHER Kavanaugh Hearing? Whoever is allowing these disruptive anarchist theatrical political stunts into the Halls of Congress needs to be shit canned. Nobody has a “right” to disrupt our government in this way. Who the hell is “in charge”?

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I agree. That’s gotten lost in this. The fact of the matter is the much attacked cis white makes simply do not commit rape at anywhere near the levels feminists would have you believe. Years of the UCR bear this out with some years the rate being less than 1%.

      For this reason the loony left needs to create a supply to meet its demand and have changed the definition of rape. Some literally believe a wolf whistle is rape. It’s insanity.

      Most 17 year olds are not suave sexually experienced beings. Throw in alcohol and consider hormones and you’ve got a situation where an awkward or unwanted advance can be blown way out of proportion. I worry for teen boys and young single men who are growing up now bc they’re at risk of getting caught in the wrong end of these situations.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Remember the fictitious UVA rape scandal in Rolling Stone a few
        years back? That was the launch of the rape narrative. Propaganda
        started about percentages of rapes on American College Campuses.
        Another excuse for starting Kangaroo Court proceedings on campus.

        Typical leftism propaganda assembling. Find a crisis. In the case of
        UVA, none existed so they created one. Create an outcry. Look for
        anything similar, anywhere, in the news. Cover the utter bejesus out
        of it, everywhere. So it looks like it’s epidemic. Start marches, Kangaroo
        courts. These pricks think 5 years ahead of the curve. Cover their bases
        with insanity. See what catches on, then use it at the opportune moment.

        Kavanaugh ( the same thing would have been done to any straight,
        conservative male) is the culmination of all their “rape” narrative. UVA
        story was the launch, Herman Cain was brought in by dint of conservatism,
        Trump was accused because of being a non globalist, Roy Moore was
        crucified for supporting the Ten Commandments. “Me Too” was the ramp
        up. The sheer amount of people tied into it made it appear, again that
        rape was epidemic. In Hollywood, in the board rooms. Most importantly,
        around DC. Which tied it in people’s minds to Trump.

        The fact that many of the “Me Too” types were liberals is inconsequential.
        Ronan Farrow may not realize it, but he has a handler. Can’t remember
        the name off hand, but look at his female co author. Farrow would have
        an axe to grind due to daddy issues. Female co author has been in this
        game for decades, going back to Clarence Thomas hearings. Bitch is a
        true believer. In it for the long haul, just like Ayers. This time, she wants
        to get it right. So everybody else named prior to Kavanaugh ( anybody
        that Trump would nominated for the Supreme Court for that matter)
        was a trial run.

        They all do it, remember? All men in power are pigs, remember?
        “Me Too”, remember? Multi accusers of Kavanaugh. A man in
        power, and they’re all pigs, remember? Trust me. Trust the narrative.

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        • emroled says:

          I brought up the UVA rape story yesterday, in reference to Avenatti’s claims. The “choo choo” stuff and the accusations of gang-rape parties have the same completely unrealistic ring to them that the Rolling Stone story did – and several of the same issues with logic. In both accusations, large numbers of people were aware of the problem and said or did nothing about it; in both cases women (supposedly) knowingly and willingly put themselves in danger for the sake of partying, etc.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            The narrative is what is ALWAYS important. The story is created
            by either bringing up an incident (Treyvon, Ferguson) that supports
            it, or creating a situation with actors ( Charlottesville) that reinforces
            who’s the good guys, who’s evil. Have yet to be able to explain to
            one liberal ( or many main line conservatives) how this works.

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  8. Cooper45 says:

    Lindsey hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 9th for millions of frustrated supporters of Kavanaugh that clearly see the delay con game.

    Unfortunately, Dershowitz was 100% right about the prosecutor from Arizona. She wasted valuable time in the hearing and lobbed go nowhere soft balls at Ford instead of engaging in more of a serious cross examination that must be conducted whenever anyone accuses a person of heinous crimes without evidence.

    The 10 day Grassley delay (so the media had abundant time to thoroughly trash Brett) and all the other delays and hidden accusations by the Dems and Mitchell’s pointless questioning looked like a Uni Party set up intended to derail the nomination.

    When the GOP Senators led by Graham entered the fray the scales began to balance but the Ford opportunities were long gone. Pro “Dem?” Judge Napolitano said Ford looked very credible. Ford was coached and assisted by her 2 high priced “pro bono” book end lawyers during her questioning and the useless rounds of Mitchell questioning.

    This might be the easiest time any accuser has ever had after making horrendous accusations against an accused esp a SCOTUS hopeful that has been treated unfairly ever since this fiasco began.

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    • DDragons says:

      Methinks a lot of collusion and obfuscation going on to hide some relevant information. Besides being a “Professor” at the off brand University, she also at a major University down the street from Palo Alto. She just so happens to head up the CIA undergraduate internship program at Stanford University. This has been confirmed and is easily checked yet not reported in the MSM. Why?
      Christine’s grandfather was Nicholas Deak, former CIA Director. Former CIA Director William Casey lauded Deak’s decades of CIA service. Why is this not being reported widely? Perhaps, because it is being blocked.

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    • margaretwalker says:

      Actually, for awhile there, the prosecutor from Arizona was the only one I could listen to, for a sane line of questions.


    • Lindenlee says:

      I thought the AZ gal did exactly what she should, and anybody who paid attention knew EXACTLY what she was doing…As she clearly and subtly led anybody watching to the inescapable conclusion that Dr. Ford was being used, manipulated, kept uninformed, just there to present her case, by the vile people who were interested in exploiting the depth of her sorrow, for DESPICABLE MEANS, all in the cause of accumlating more power.

      At the end of her questioning, it was apparent to all, the degree to which all these scheming, low scum, Feinstein shitflicks had just created another “narrative”, and if Blasey-Ford wont help, they will,just discard her ans find another plausible VICTIM.


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      • Beenthere says:

        Agree 100%


      • dbobway says:

        The one thing Dr. Ford is responsible for, is believing she is a victim of our duly elected President. The only reason she became a useful idiot to a criminal cabal of Senators.

        I didn’t turn away.

        I despise watching such events, more now than ever. You fine folks with Sundance’s great analysis, makes lies of the enemies to the people more palatable.
        I watched a man take it upon himself to defend his reputation and honor, from the entire Senate judiciary, and 95% of the media.
        If we started going after every story where immature teenagers acted out adult situations involving drinking and sexual encounters? The prison union would absolutely lobby for it!

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Trump needs fixing stay away from anyone from Arizona that’s not Arpaio. It’s called the Arizona mafia for a reason.

      This is 100% a Uniparty set up to smear and delay. This also gives Them ten days to ask for things in return for votes. I expect more accusations. And if Kavanaugh isn’t confirmed I hope he sues each one for slander and defamation of character.


    • Mike says:

      I do not know that I agree about Mitchell………..

      At the very onset of this hearing today, it was stated that at any time, ford, could call foul and stop the line of questioning in public.

      My point(s) being:

      1) Mitchell had to tread lightly to NOT break that ground

      2) She (Mitchell) was also in unfamiliar set-up, in that most sexual assault situations will be in formal court and judges will grant latitude (and plenty of time) for sides to air ALL details of things. Thus the 5-minute limitations are something she was not used to, nor prepared for, (with the not being prepared for being a faux paux on her part). But I remind people……..at what stage of the 10-day wait were her services secured and how much prep time was she afforded??

      3) Mitchell DID get in a couple of good digs at points, (ie the flying issue and establishing this venue as not being appropriate setting for this type of circumstance).

      Arm chair quarterbacking and hindsight are 20/20.

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  9. Anon says:

    Promoting Lindsey Graham is unwise.

    Liked by 1 person

    • mashall says:


      “Graham also used the press conference to call for a greater inflow of foreigners into American jobs. Already, the federal government helps companies import more than 1.5 million temporary foreign workers each year, most of whom take outsourced white-collar jobs from Americans.

      Each year, four million Americans turn 18 — but the federal government imports 1 million legal immigrants and roughly 1.5 million temporary outsourcing visa-workers to compete against young Americans for jobs.

      Polls show that Graham’s support for foreign workers and illegal immigrants are very unpopular. For example, a 2017 poll showed 57 percent opposition to an amnesty and only 38 percent support. But Graham cites crude or skewed business-funded polls to declare that he has majority support for his expensive, wage-cutting amnesty plans.’


    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I agree but we do need to recognize what he did today bc it’s helpful to us.

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  10. NJ Transplant says:

    Lindsay was great today. The hearing was painful to watch. I only watched the judge. Those dims are really the scum of the earth. They will destroy anyone to stay in power. I’m sorry, but I don’t have too much sympathy for Dr. Ford. Something is really off with her. She is supposedly scared to fly and then gets a polygraph (with 2 questions) in the airport on the way to New Hampshire. Who set that up? She was working with the Dimms from the beginning. They also got her the lawyer.

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    • elmo says:

      And that DC flight to New Hampshire is a very small jet which is very cramped! She lied and no one called her on it.


    • margaretwalker says:

      I live in northern California, where Dr. Ford lives also. This is the heart of the resist movement although we Trumpsters are here, it is dangerous to speak. Dr. Ford is weak minded and steeped in propaganda. So much so, I would guess, she didn’t even think her motives were driven by politics. She was doing the “right” thing in her mind, I believe she will be haunted by the evil she did to Kavanaugh and the fact that his little girl would pray for her.


    • AdamSelene says:

      That was the point the SC made, and I think she did a good job of it. That the proper way to get to the best testimony for sex crimes allegation is a professional interviewer in a closed setting. Instead Feinstein got her lawyers and a worthless polygraph, because that’s what she needed for the political farce. It was never about helping Ford, it was never about truth or justice. It was all about political smears.


  11. Davenh says:

    It appears as though there has been somewhat of a seismic shift (at least in Sen Grahams universe). For him to show this much fearless passion, he must know something that most of us are not aware of. I don’t recall many GOP senators going after the Dems like this. Perhaps he’s truly pissed, but for him to declare “I hope you don’t regain power”? That’s saying something. I know he’s disappointed in the past and is likely to disappoint again but he’s the tip of the spear st at the moment.

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  12. Risin'Tide says:

    Wow! I don’t trust him yet, but wow! More of that.


  13. LibertyONE says:

    Although, I was never a supporter of Sen. Graham, at least he had the BALLS to say what MILLIONS of logical, critical, fair-minded, God-fearing Americans ARE thinking. This is NOW about EVIL v. GOOD and TRUTH v. Deception. It IS up to us, who wins the fight!

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    • Lindenlee says:

      There will be massive vote fraud, in every state. I keep imploring people to contact their Secretary of State, and get a firm commitment to vigorously investigate and prosecute this fraud. There must be teams at the ready. YOU CAN BE ASSURED THAT THE OTHER SIDE HAS THEIR A READY.

      Have any of you done this? As many places as I have posted this warning, I have not had ONE RESPONSE OR COMMITMENT TO EVEN CALL. OR EMAIL.

      SO.. Are we even serious about this being war for the survival of the Republic? Has anybody put some money aside for our legal expenses? Has ANYONE CALLED, EMAILED, etc?


  14. TNGAL says:

    Trump can call out the posse for the election… We should never forget what the DImms tried to do to this fine man. He will probably be on the court even on the day that I die! Hallelujah!

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  15. Sen. Graham has been more and more supportive in the last several months. Looks like Pres. Trump has been showing him more of what is truly happening behind the scenes, and that, plus the Dem’s horrible actions regarding Brett Kavanaugh, seem to have taken him over the edge.
    Today, he was a hero and a statesman. He channelled Churchill.
    THIS is convincing oratory guys…BHO never knew it.

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  16. Cooper45 says:

    Politicians often perform sound bites for the cameras but Lindsey’s passionate rant was a courageous and principled summation of this egregious 2018 SCOTUS nomination process. In this contentious time it took guts to do so. I hope the GOP members heed his eloquent words and vote Yes for Brett.

    The Democrats clearly deserve to be wiped out in the mid terms but “deserve” often has nothing to do with certain outcomes esp this nomination process that is loaded with depraved Dems and a few anti Trump RINO’s.

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  17. SSI01 says:

    Excellent job by Sen Graham, and it makes me proud to recall he and I wore the same uniform (USAF) at one time – but I’ve still got to say, IT IS ABOUT TIME. He let his party – and some good men and women – down repeatedly in the past with his vacillation and faint praise. For a long, long time he was like a Kansas weather vane before a storm, swinging every which way.

    Hopefully he’s had his eyes well and truly opened regarding the utter futility of “bipartanship” with these Democrats and he will continue to display some lionhearted behavior like what’s in this video.

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  18. Esperanza says:

    No, Senator Graham, not a job interview, a gang rape. They have have gang raped Kavanaugh.


  19. Mongo Mere Pawn says:

    I have been saying for several years that the Republican base is beyond tired of our Senators and Representatives playing Charlie Brown to the Democrats’ Lucy. Always trying to kick the offered football of bipartisanship, only to have the ball ripped away, leaving them on their backsides. The base has been dying to find a Charlie Brown who will ignore the ball and run full tilt to kick the ever loving crap out of Lucy. Senator Graham filled that bill today. My heartfelt thanks!!

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  20. Ruckus Tom says:

    Lindsey untethered from Juan McCain’s leash. Wow.

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  21. Mike says:

    Wow. Finally. Thank you Lindsay.

    I guess Trump really is teaching some of these guys how to win.

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  22. mashall says:


    “That Gang of Eight bill was eventually defeated by GOP voters in 2014, opening the path for Donald Trump to win the GOP primaries.

    Graham is unpopular in his home state, but he has strong support among the business groups — such as restaurants and coastal resorts — which profit from the cheap-labor arranged by Graham. He faces the primary voters again in 2020.

    Graham’s 2017 amnesty is a joint partnership with Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, the second-ranking Democratic leader in the Senate.”

    Graham stated the obvious today, good.
    Do we applaud when Durbin votes to fund the US Military?
    Come 2020 GOPe Globalist Sellout Graham needs to be voted out.
    He chooses to represent and has voted for illegal aliens over US Citizens.
    Never Forget
    America First
    Americans First


  23. Jimmy Jack says:

    I have to say, I have long loathed Sen. Grah but this was a pleasant surprise. Finally the state of SC has a Senator to be proud of. And I don’t think he was grandstanding, I think he really meant it – he was furious.

    I’m furious too. I feel like I’ve been for a ride on the crazy train and we still haven’t finished the ride.


  24. smiley says:

    BRAVO , Senator Graham, for calling this despicable sham what it is :


    …spitting mad about it, too.


  25. Phil says:

    Graham’s speech wrapping it up reminded me of Paul Newman in Sometimes A Great Notion when he was delivering his message to the other loggers on the river at the end of the movie. Although Graham was a little bit more polite Newman never had to say a word. Same message though!


    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Great movie. Too upsetting to watch.
      The scene where his friend drowns
      because he can’t get his foot loose
      from the log jam is haunting.


  26. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Walk off home run.


  27. jimboct says:

    The Dems so banked on the status quo where a nominee would drop out (or a President would pull) at the mere hint of a scandal. I’m certain that:
    1. Feinstein held the Ford letter in reserve in case they couldn’t make the document request “scandal” work.
    2. Once the letter came out, they expected to delay this until the mid-terms.
    3. They expected Judge Milquetoast yesterday. They got Judge Spartacus.

    Special thanks to CPL Avanetti for reminding everyone what it looks like when a shark is truly jumped.
    I pray VSJBDK (very Stable Judge Brett David Kavanaugh) remembers what the left is when cases come before him on the SC. He uses this experience to help him determine who is lying and who is telling the truth.

    I want an FBI Investigation – Into Diane Feinstein’s staff and the Senator herself. Who leaked Dr. Ford’s letter? Who broke her confidentiality? Who didn’t inform her that the committee was willing to send aids to CA to gain testimony? I also want the emails between DiFi/Staff/ and the lawyers for Dr. Ford.
    There is a lot of dirt here. If I had to guess, Sen. Kamala Harris isn’t innocent in all of this.

    Final note: Watch the Dem senators in the hearing room prior to the gavel. Just like VSGPDJT said in his tweet, they were laughing it up. Only this time it wasn’t behind a closed door. They looked like it was a party when Dr. Ford arrived. Sorry Dems, Party is over.


    • Bob M says:

      “Who leaked Dr. Ford’s letter? ” Her Chinese driver of course!


    • SouthernTrumpette says:

      “I want an FBI Investigation – Into Diane Feinstein’s staff and the Senator herself. Who leaked Dr. Ford’s letter? Who broke her confidentiality? Who didn’t inform her that the committee was willing to send aids to CA to gain testimony? ”

      That’s assuming that Dr. Ford is telling the truth about not knowing the Senators were willing to travel to Cal. to meet with her. I find it hard to believe that she didn’t know about that…everyone in the country who watched even a half hour of the evening news during
      the past week knew that fact.

      Call me cynical, but I the more I think about it, the less inclined I am to buy into her whole story.
      For one thing, her story of getting advice from her “beach friends” strikes me as a bunch of BS. This woman is a PHD who teaches at a university.
      Also, we know she lied about her fear of flying. Isn’t it possible she leaked her own letter?

      And are we seriously to believe that being groped by a teenage boy had devastating effects on her entire life? I don’t buy that.
      Another thing:
      At first, she testified that she was afraid he would suffocate her when he put his hand over her mouth. But later when Mitchell asked what she remembered about that night, she didn’t mention that at all. She remembered the stairs, and the boys laughing.
      If she’d truly been afraid that he was going to accidentally smother her, wouldn’t that be that first thing she would recall about that night?
      I’m starting to think that her whole testimony was a set-up.


  28. HJR27 says:

    Graham, of course, is correct. The entire Judicial system has and will always be predicated on politics just as every branch of government. Professional politicians are fully aware that those 40%, or so, who even bother to vote will follow party lines.


  29. Jeff says:

    ” you’re watching a movie ” ~ Q

    What makes a great movie ?


    What makes a great actor ?

    A. LEVERAGE that POTUS has on all of them !!

    LG playing his part . First the set up to see that B Kavanaugh knows the law well for the enemy domestic and Battlefield USA .


  30. Robert W. says:

    Lindsey Graham……….. Remember and never forget he is a GOPe guy. His best friend was McCain. He was vicious against Trump for a long time. He only did this theatrical stunt bc he needs something to help get him reelected. Yes, glad he did it, but…. never be fooled, never forget. He is a wolf in sheeps clothing.


  31. shipley130 says:

    I am going to start referring to the democrat party as the Great Hatin’.


  32. Vince says:

    I don’t trust Graham to lead this parade, but if he wants to be on the team, he is welcome.


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