Sean Hannity Interviews Lindsey Graham About Kavanaugh Hearing…

Senator Lindsey Graham appears on television with Sean Hannity to discuss his historic moment at the Judge Kavanaugh senate hearing today.

Cold Anger:

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604 Responses to Sean Hannity Interviews Lindsey Graham About Kavanaugh Hearing…

  1. jmclever says:

    Watched about 90 of the hearings and thought a lot about them last night. It occurred to me that we just watched the transformation of Neo into The One.

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  2. Enoughisenough says:

    So, Flake has just announced that he will vote “yes”, even though he is torn. In typical drama-filled Flake form, he is conflicted. He feels that both Ford and Kavanaugh gave compelling testimony. What hearings did he attend? Ford came off as a pitiful liar, perhaps even a bit mentally unstable, but certainly not believable. Flake needs to just go away.

    Liked by 7 people

    • SalixVeridi says:

      Couldn’t agree more.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Helen Pearson Souza says:

      As a woman, I cringed at her body language and style of talking. But even more, I was stunned at her lack of knowledge. They must be handing out doctorates in education here in California. Seriously, she didn’t know what exculpatory was? She is definitely the victim of something…I just don’t know what.

      Liked by 6 people

      • honor78 says:

        She was the victim of Feinstein and her team of marxists. This woman is mentally unstable! To think she “teaches” young people is a disgrace.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Chewbarkah says:

        In the story as SHE tells it, Ford easily eluded two guys who were too drunk to do anything. An incident that ended with walking home unscathed (a lot of victims would love that scenario) would not likely make her a blubbering mess for life. This makes me wonder if Ford has experienced things MUCH WORSE than the events she attributes to Kavanaugh. A form of PTSD therapy modifies memories of terrifying events so that things turn out ok and end well. I have begun to suspect that she transformed an ugly reality into a story with a happy ending and tacked Kavenaugh’s identity into the mix years later.

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      • sturmudgeon says:

        She is a ‘victim’ of a total lack of what used to be recognized as “character”, which seems to be a very common ‘lack’ amongst dems/liberals. This woman is disgusting, and none of this charade should have been allowed to have been presented.!

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    • Ken says:

      Thankfully he is going away.


      • singingsoul says:

        I can believe that Ford had an experience in a long age maybe gang raped and she was drunk and felt helpless.
        Kavanaugh is the ticked to remedy her experience and for some reason she transfers it to Kavanaugh maybe because of his successful life and his way to a powerful position.
        Maybe these attackers were boys from the school he went too and this was somehow convenient to put it on him. I hope she does not think this is going to heal her problems?

        Or even worse she was a willing participant in sexual parties for attention and still is seeking attention. Look how much attention she is gettin. She will have a let down when this is over and attention wean.
        Maybe some smart people will dig in to put a profile together who Ford is.


  3. TheBullpen says:

    I hope this “born again hard” Lindsey Graham stays around. @CoryBooker your no Spartacus. Yesterday @LindseyGraham was Spartacus

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  4. dr. D says:

    One thing I found telling (don’t know if anyone else mentioned), is when Mitchell asked Ford if she wrote the letter. Ford replied – yes and then Mitchell asked (don’t remember exact words) something like – is everything in the letter true? Ford then said something like “well, let me read it, (but don’t worry I’m a fast reader)”. She then took about a minute to read the letter.

    Call me crazy, but if I had personally written a letter recently (and being an honest person), I would NOT have to read the letter before saying emphatically that EVERYTHING in the letter was TRUE!

    In fact, I might be annoyed by the question and might respond with “of course it’s all true, I wrote it and I’m not a liar!”

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  5. cali says:

    Sadly – despite this despicable sh%t show the democrats put on television screens the Daily Caller reports this morning the they are not done yet with judge Kavanaugh and in the process of mounting an impeachment campaign.


    • BayouKiki says:

      They think they have enough votes in the senate to impeach?


    • G. Combs says:

      As was said before the election, the goal is to utterly DESTROY President Trump [and any who support him] so no one would dare to oppose the will of the Globalist Elite again.

      It’s Time for the Elites to Rise Up Against the Ignorant Masses
      The Brexit has laid bare the political schism of our time. It’s not about the left vs. the right; it’s about the sane vs. the mindlessly angry.

      ….Donald Trump has, of course, set a new standard for disingenuousness and catering to voters’ fears, whether over immigration or foreign trade or anything else he can think of. The Republican Party, already rife with science-deniers and economic reality-deniers, has thrown itself into the embrace of a man who fabricates realities that ignorant people like to inhabit.

      Did I say “ignorant”? Yes, I did. It is necessary to say that people are deluded and that the task of leadership is to un-delude them. Is that “elitist”? Maybe it is; maybe we have become so inclined to celebrate the authenticity of all personal conviction that it is now elitist to believe in reason, expertise, and the lessons of history. If so, the party of accepting reality must be prepared to take on the party of denying reality, and its enablers among those who know better. If that is the coming realignment, we should embrace it.”

      Since they now see they can no longer shove THEIR version of reality down our throats, they are using their typical fall back position — THREATS & VIOLENCE & LYNCHINGS.

      We truly are in the middle of a civil war and that war is world wide.

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      • cali says:

        @G. Combs: May I say who really is the head of this snake that controls our deep state and those of other countries who have manipulated/engineered 60 elections in countries to have their selected puppy dances to their tune?

        Look no further than the British Crown = The Queen and her Privy Council and who council member Sir Geoffrey Pattie was in charge of the election in the US to assure HRC would not lose.
        Sir Geoffrey Pattie failed and president Trump beat their candidate. Naturally – the ever arrogant and sociopathic monarchy have set in motion the coup and all their players to destroy the president. “They” ordered the removal and destruction of our president as well as us to teach the rest of the world that ‘these kind of people never rise again’!!

        Imagine that! No wonder our coup plotters spend so much time and so many trips in London. That’s where the head of this snake is lodged and working feverishly to defeat the populist rise wherever they appear”.

        It is they who want total control over all of us – they tried once and failed. They’ve learned since then and found many traitors who are happy to help them along to destroy this sovereign republic.


        • fractionalexponent says:

          Cali, thank you. Appreciate your take on this topic… and your comments awhile back regarding Strzok and his psychopathic narcissism. We all have a few nuts in our family trees, but marrying cousins for centuries like British royalty doesn’t help. The Queen and the FBI/DOJ have also enjoyed immunity from prosecution. That breeds tyranny, arrogance, malice aforethought and psychopathy…


    • Highlander says:

      The Dems continue to play to their lunatic base, but all they’re doing is making everyone else angry and eager to vote against Dems

      Liked by 2 people

  6. Raven says:

    “If you live in one of these Trump states and you can’t figure this out, good luck to you.”

    If you live in a President Trump state and can’t figure this out you are, 1) a rock or, 2) evil to your core.

    Either way, the red hoard will soon remove you from office.

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  7. Lactantius says:

    I can not determine what is true. That said, there is little, if any, doubt in my mind that Judge Kavanaugh is innocent of the charge. In fact, I am of the opinion that Dr. Ford sent a phony-baloney rape charge anonymous letter in the naive belief that she could smear and hide.

    Dr. Ford “specializes in designing statistical models for research projects.[9] During her academic career, Ford has worked as a research psychologist for Stanford University’s Department of Psychiatry and a professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine Collaborative Clinical Psychology Program.” (Wiki)

    Dr. Ford may well be too clever by half. “Repressed memory” and all that is in her professional wheelhouse. Even if it is not her specialty, she is within immediate proximity of people who are specialists.

    Dr. Ford, I read, is more than a bit of a flash-point personality. She and her husband went into couples therapy over having two front doors on their remodeled home. That means a remodeling difference lead to therapy for her and her husband. Marriages have stress points, but In the process of the therapy, my suspicion is that Dr. Ford played a victim trump card about being a sexual assault victim. This may have been a “concession” claim she made to explain her emotional distress flash-points. That led to a psychologist’s notes several years ago.

    It would seem, that Dr. Ford would have a paper trail of therapy that helped her resolve the issues which cause her flash-points, deal with her reported anxieties over flying and provide her with techniques and meds to even-out her moods. Medical records do receive privacy. However, Dr. Ford introduced her medical records, in part, as “evidence” that she had spoken of the attempted rape before. If the concerns written in those records had been carefully investigated, they would be far, far more than just a bare skeleton outline. They would not prove the even happened, but they would show that the “therapist” had decided they were a linchpin to Dr. Ford’s problems.

    We don’t know how long the couples therapy went on beyond the one meeting.

    When Dr. Ford was ratted out by the Democrats who “leaked” her letter, she was caught. It is highly likely that she had an emotional crisis of epic proportions on her hands. That led to all of the business of appearing.

    Her crying and “sincerity” during testifying were a combination of her uneven, beleaguered temperament and her ability to play out her role as an aggrieved victim. She had forced herself into a colossal mess of her own making and she chose to play it out. That creates an enormous amount of emotional stress on herself.

    My opinion is the entire charge by Dr. Ford is a fraud. She hoped to be slick and ended up getting dragged through the swamp by her “allies.”

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      Were Kavanaugh to sue Ford for a false accusation, would the courts require her to cough up her medical history, including psychiatric counseling records? That is the main way to get to the truth of this. Her lawyers have been adamant that her medical records can’t be reviewed. They are the key.

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      • cattastrophe says:

        The truth of an event would require some kind of actual time, place and witnesses. Debating why she came up with these allegations (her medical and counseling records) ignores the fact the allegations have no exact time, place or corroborating witnesses to anything including the party. No one she named as having been part of the event has any memory of any of it. There is absolutely nothing to back up anything she’s said. It doesn’t matter who she told later or why or any of the meaningless additions added in and it doesn’t matter whether she believes it or not. This is even LESS than most he said, she said allegations because in most cases the two people involved were at least proven to be together at some time. Ford can’t even prove she was there herself in some unknown house in some unknown time at some unknown party let alone that Kavanaugh was there. If this isn’t the definition of farcical, what is?

        I consider this article an excellent review of exactly what was and wasn’t said by ford in a very concise outline.

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    • fractionalexponent says:

      Lactantius, “all that is in her professional wheelhouse” might be a bipolar vortex, a swirl of bats leaving the cave…


    • SalixVeridi says:

      Perfect! A decent person would never go on national TV and smear a good man and his family, tarnished forever, with her absurd story that lacked any credibility. She needs attention…and she got it in spades. But I despise her for what she did to his reputation…absolutely disgusting.


  8. Brett Cavanaugh was confirmed as a federal judge by the Senate on May 26th, 2006. No accusers came forward then regarding his personal life.

    Why are they surfacing now?

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  9. JcarD says:

    Lindsay Graham has been red-pilled for sure. COLD ANGER. Makes me wonder if No Name made a final confession to LG before he passed.


  10. mortgagesforthemasses says:

    Graham is speaking at the committee live on Fox. He is reiterating and expanding on his comments last night.

    A stark contrast to what Leahy said earlier. Do not drink the water when visiting Vermont.


  11. Titus says:

    FBI encryption keys held by Clinton
    Go viral with link it will crush them.

    Senate Judiciary Democrats are demanding in lockstep that the confirmation hearing should be suspended so that the FBI can investigate Judge Kavanaugh further about his time in high school. Never mind that they have investigated him multiple times already. Accuser Blasey Ford feigned sincerity badly.

    Here’s why DEMS want to shoehorn the FBI—because Hillary and her cronies can cook the investigation discovery process using their FBI backdoor keys.

    If you blast this out their sham will be uncovered.


  12. Starryarcher says:

    One of the Senators,Blumenthal(why do they all look like lizards) mouthed some Latin mumbojumbo, ‘False in one False in all’. Statement 1 :’I must delay because I am afraid of flying ‘(not under oath) Statement 2 ‘I fly all over the world ‘( under oath).
    But let’s let it go she is after all a ‘woman’, poor soul.

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    • irish19 says:

      As several people have pointed out on other blogs, Blumenthal is a Stolen Valor vet. False in one, false in all. The irony is overwhelming.

      Liked by 1 person

    • kallibella says:

      Blumenthal et al. especially Kamela Harris and Booker and all the rest show their forked tongue when they open their mouths to lie, deceive, make up stories, concoct situations and accompanying charges, twist words of others, add lies to what others have said and on and on!
      These are demons, who once took care to hide their nature, but as of late they feel so enraged about the failure that all their cheating and colluding produced in the 2016 general elections. Their chief forked-tongued One, the Crooked One lost and they can’t stand it.

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  13. HJR27 says:

    What the live broadcast has really provided is the opportunity for Democrat lawmakers to demonstrate for posterity just how unqualified they are for their jobs. Either they are completely ignorant of rule of law and how the Judicial and Execute Depts work or they actually CHOOSE to portray themselves as blithering idiots.

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  14. TreeClimber says:

    There we go, Lindsey! THAT’S MY SENATOR!

    Liked by 1 person

    • yy4u says:

      Tree Climber — I LOVE SC. My son went to grad school in Columbia. Always liked going down there. Will you share Lindsey? Here in VA, we don’t have any senators. NY had four since they do whatever Schumer says to do even when it hurts VA and/or Virginians.


  15. TexasSnowman says:

    Good on Lindsey G…. you know when he first came on the scene 25 yrs ago or whatever it was as a Congressman; I thought this guy is going to be Good. Seems like he got sucked down by Swampy-“Maverick” McCain. Maybe this is Lindsey’s ‘Spartacus Moment’. I hope so; when he is “on”; he is good.


  16. Doug Amos says:

    Parasite; ‘ one living form carried in or on or gaining nutriment from another’. Dianne Feinstein.


    • Ken says:

      This person was a sucking remora ever since she was mayor of San Fransicko. I was stationed in Californication when she, Boxer, Murray, Mikulski and Moseley Braun were elected to the Senate. Feinstein’s conduct during Kavanaugh’s confirmation is just further proof of how corrupt she’s always been.


  17. Mark says:

    NO to Graham. Look at his history. Now look at where he wants to go. He wants the seat that Grassley occupies. “Grassley said Wednesday he isn’t closing the door on a switch from chairmanship of the Senate Judiciary Committee to head of the Senate Finance Committee” And Graham wants that seat! Today was completely political for Graham. He put on a show for the public so that he’d gain support to get that seat that’s going to be vacant soon. I don’t believe for one second that he’d make a good chairman. Everyone thinks that he’s different now that McCain is gone. No, he’s not. He’s just playing up to the Trump crowd to get ahead. I don’t trust him.


    • cattastrophe says:

      You could be right but he’s never gone this far. He was like Gowdy, one day he was good the next day it was all undone. McCain’s influence was bad and I think many of us have experienced this kind of influence by a person like that. It can cause many wrong decisions
      and once that person is gone we indeed do become a different person than when we were under their control. Only time will tell if he is indeed a person to depend on.

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  18. Countrywatch says:

    Very interesting article on neon revolt on the Kavanagh hearing, with comments on FISA, Rosenstein and Mueller. He is now beginning to think that RR and Mueller may actually be on President Trump’s side in view of recent happenings…..


  19. All In for MAGA says:

    Blasey-Ford has deep ties to CIA–runs the CIA intern program at one of the colleges she works for. Father/family CIA ties and former employees. Brother worked with Fusion GPS.

    Listen to Michael Savage’s 9/27 radio show. Probably won’t hear that info anywhere else.


  20. Heathermist says:

    After watching the democRats again today i ask – did they watch the same testimony i did from DrFraud? Would they want their sons or brothers seen as guilty on flimsy evidence she provided. They’re despicable. To destroy a mans life to stay in power. They’re already passed because Trump is messing with their power, influence , access , wealth – they went too far this time


  21. John Ross says:

    Here’s a meme that deserves to go viral…


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