Lindsey Graham Discusses: Florida Recounts, Flake, Mueller and Senate Judiciary Committee…

Senator Lindsey Graham appears on Fox News for a pre-scheduled interruption to Sean Hannity’s hour long monologue.   During the eight minute appearance, Graham was able to speak for 2:16 seconds and discussed: the Florida election; the intent of Jeff Flake to derail any Judicial nominations: and the likelihood of Robert Mueller continuing an investigation of President Trump.  Graham is optimistic for the next congressional year.

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332 Responses to Lindsey Graham Discusses: Florida Recounts, Flake, Mueller and Senate Judiciary Committee…

  1. Bill says:

    Lindsay why not lead the charge….Why is the NRSC allowing the Democrats to get away with voter fraud? There is a simple way to expose potential fraud based upon available numbers.
    A simple answer to identifying voter fraud:

    Take the total number of votes cast and divide by the number of legitimate correctly certified registered voters to determine the turnout. Typically, in the midterms it is about 40%. If it is significantly above, there is a strong indication of potential fraud.

    Next take the number of votes cast by assumed party affiliation Next take the total number of votes cast by voter registration by party. The ratio should be relatively close for each of the three voter groups. If one is much higher again there is an indication of potential voter fraud.

    For example, in Broward County there were over 1.2 million registered voters (how many were illegal) and 1.2 million plus ballots recorded giving a participation rate of 112% VS the expected of 40% to 48%. Based upon the model there should have been about 570,000 ballots, where did the extra 630,000 come from? The only answer massive voter fraud. Time to bring in the feds to do a complete review and hold those accountable for their actions.

    How about this?

    Try and comprehend this!

    Broward County found 75,000 new ballots. A ream of paper weighs 5 lbs. (500 sheets of paper) A FL ballot is 2 sheets x 75,000 = 150,000 sheets divided by 500 in a ream = 300 reams x 5 lbs = 1,500 lbs of ballots. Ok, which County Clerk forgot 1,500 lbs in their car trunk?? 😳 😤😡

    42,000 people all have one school as a polling place. Another math problem…

    If the voting takes place over 12 hours and each voter can get in and out in under 5 minutes, they would need about 300 booths to collect 42,000 votes.

    How many elementary schools could have that many booths set up. Where would 3,000 people an hour park at an elementary school. Would the fire Marshall even let that many people in the school at one time.v

    There are 1,183,000 people registered to vote in Broward county. That’s a 60% voter turnout for a midterm election. So this county had DOUBLE the national average in voter participation.

    All of the additional votes are only for one party.

    Toss out all of the Broward and Palm Beach votes.They are so contaminated they can never be valid!!

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  2. Fools Gold says:

    Sorry y’all but the only thing Graham has seen in my mind is how devastating it can be as a politician seeking reelection and more power when you’re own the wrong side of Trump and deplorables. No, he’d much rather sit with the wind to his back rather than face the head wind of Trump for his previous GOPe shenanigans. If you want to call that a changed man, fine but y’all do remember Gramnesty right.

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  3. 6x47 says:

    I hate Hannity interrupting to repeat the same diatribe he’s already repeated ad nauseum. I also hate that part of his show where he has two guests on at the same time so they can try and yell over each other.

    Remember when he interrupted Rudy Giuliani to rattle off his litany of Hillary Clinton crimes, including “… laundering campaign funds through a law firm …” (i.e. Perkins Coie to Fusion GPS to Christopher Steele) which prompted Rudy to spill that President Trump not only knew about the Stormy Daniels payoff, but that he absolutely did NOT use campaign funds “laundered through a law firm” (i.e. Michael Cohen) to do so?

    Hannity was sputtering after that.

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    • swissik says:

      Your post is right on, I could have written that. I gave Hannity a try some years ago but found his program intolerable for the very reasons you describe. Thank you for validating my own observations.

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  4. Phil Free says:

    Interesting headline from Gateway Pundit:

    “Sean Hannity: I Have Information that Evidence Has Been Turned Over to Law Enforcement on Criminal Activity in Broward County [VIDEO]”

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/sean-hannity-i-have-information-that-evidence-has-been-turned-over-to-law-enforcement-on-criminal-activity-in-broward-county-video

    “Sean Hannity invited Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on his show on Wednesday to discuss the criminal activity in Broward and Palm Beach Counties in the 2018 midterm elections.

    Sean Hannity told Pam Bondi he has information that evidence of wrongdoing was turned over to Florida state law enforcement.”

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  5. Everett Miller says:

    Lindsey Graham is guilty of being both a lawyer and a politician, but, even if it’s for the wrong reasons, any support for the Trump Train is a good thing. If he becomes head of Judiciary Committee, he’ll have ample opportunity to prove ( or expose ) himself. I hate his jumping in front of every camera and his goofy grin, but he just might keep doing the right thing for our wonderful POTUS.

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  6. Elle says:

    I’m not a big Fox fan, but I think you are unfair to Sean Hannity. I was listening on the radio the other day, and Hannity was making an effort to not interrupt and let the guy talk (maybe he reads in here). The guy wandered off and blathered on. It really wasn’t very interesting. Same thing about a week ago. Fact is, Hannity seems to interrupt with little stories stories, but seems more a tactic to keep the hosts on topic. At least he’s a good guy who was primarily responsible for making Americans understand the Strozk/FBI FISA stuff. Never like the concept of eating ones own.

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    • Elle says:

      tactic to keep guests (not hosts) on topic

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      • josco scott says:

        AMEN. I love Sundance and the comments on CTH but seems like there’s more bitterness against the Good Guys than the enemy.

        It’s NOT a good thing. Stop emoting, folks.

        Hannity has an irritating style IMHO but he’s done great things for us.

        I think he’s better on his radio show for some reason. And yes, he interrupts, esp on TV, but .. let it go, kids. Let’s FOCUS. We’ve got bigger issues.

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    • Mike G says:

      EVERY bit of information Hannity runs was reported online weeks and months before Hannity would touch it… and how many hundreds of times has he promised arrests, and never followed up on any of those blockbuster reveals… that never lead to charges!

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  7. mopar2016 says:

    Never liked Mr. Grahamnesty, he’s always sounded like a dem to me.
    He seems like he wants to help our side, I hope that he’s serious.
    And I like that picture of him smiling while a Kavanaugh protester looks on.

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  8. Mike G says:

    As much as I want to hear many of his guests important information I simply can’t watch the man… he must rehearse those lines for hours, and once he starts he can’t seem to stop… like a broken record.
    The guy never listens or engages in conversation… he just waits for any kind of opening and presses Start. I would place a bet he is in the bottom 50% in IQ… not the sharpest knife…
    Yet he wins the ratings game every time… granny listens in the afternoon and watches his show to fall asleep?

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  9. feralcatsblog says:

    For Flake to simply be a flake would be an improvement. ..

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