Facing Scrutiny Lindsey Graham Runs to Tick-Tock Hannity for Help – Together They Proclaim The Investigative Brilliance of A Strongly Worded Letter…

The crowd has realized that Senator Lindsey Graham is playing a role and has no intention to do anything to stop the malicious impeachment of President Trump.  Last night Senator Rand Paul went on the record and called attention to Senator Graham’s duplicitous lack of action…. Oh dear, people are catching on.

To protect himself from the disinfecting sunlight of scrutiny, Senator Graham runs to the office of Sean Hannity for protection.  Together they pitch the idea of a strongly worded letter as an action that might provide Graham some more time to hide and get away from the pesky spotlight….  Tonight, they sell it:

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In the background Senator Graham knows a democrat Senator will oppose the resolution (it only takes one). Because the procedure for a single senator to bring a resolution vote to the Senate Chamber requires unanimous consent, the resolution can also be blocked by a single senator.

[Don’t disregard which outlet Graham is using to sell his plan, that too is by design.]

This strategy provides Senator Graham the optic of doing something, being blocked by democrats…. which he expects, and actually accomplishing nothing.  That’s the plan; and it’ll probably work.  Too many people are fooled by the Decepticon tricks.

…”We may have to modify our New Year plans”…  LINK

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381 Responses to Facing Scrutiny Lindsey Graham Runs to Tick-Tock Hannity for Help – Together They Proclaim The Investigative Brilliance of A Strongly Worded Letter…

  1. jus wundrin says:

    The Daily Caller put out an interesting article last night:

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/10/22/republican-senator-ruled-out-impeachment-trump/

    Both of my ‘conservative’ uniparty types are in the ‘refused to give comment’ bag. How did yours fare?

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  2. Xena Laminak says:

    Over on Gateway Pundit the comment section on the story about Susan River calling Lindsey Graham a piece of Sh&t are hilarious. Real Clear Politics has the embedded video where Rice is so pleased with herself she giggles into the camera at the end. The sad fact is this utterance maybe the only time this woman has EVER spoken the truth.
    Sean Hannity gets shrill and talks over his guests. So does Alex Jones but Jones does it because he can’t control himself. He’s like a preacher screaming from the pulpit and the parishioners chanting AMEN back at him. Hannity, I think, just likes to hear himself talk. He does the same bull with his staff and all that “Sweet Baby James” blather. Hannity is wasted airspace.
    Jones has passion. Gateway Pundit’s readers who take the time to comment are outraged. And so are the readers here at CTH.
    But do our voices count for anything?

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  3. It makes me want to puke!

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  4. 13wasylyna says:

    HannityPannitySchmannity…..a putz….he knows Lindsey Graham and John McCain are implicated in all things Ukrainian

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  5. foodog says:

    HMMM. I am not a big fan of Graham, and agree with Rand that Graham should use his Judiciary Comm Chair power to look into whats going on with the phony process in the House. I expect that opens up a huge can of worms, so perhaps Graham is sending a shot accross the bow, via Fox.

    I am still waiting for Graham to keep his promise to look into how KillKav was instigated, so I am not holding my breath on him getting ahead of House Dems on impeachment.

    His past history with McVain, and his poor judgement jumping into the public tizzy over Syria, before getting a briefing from Trump, lead me to conclude he needs more time to grow a spine, and exercise more mature patience before running to the media.

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  6. icanhasbailout says:

    I don’t get the constant hammering on Graham right now. He is a team player playing for the right team. Y’all need to get a grip on the long game.

    I’m as frustrated as anyone with the lack of prosecutions, but at the same time I have a clear vision of how this is going to play out, and everything that Graham has said and done over the past few weeks is in perfect accordance with it.

    Graham is playing “good cop”. Just because he’s saying something different doesn’t mean he’s not working hand in hand with “bad cop”.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      I disagree here. The House is having secret basement meetings and leaking selected material in an effort to gin up public support so they can impeach the peoples choice for President. In that process they may also gin up support by 20 Republican Senators to remove Trump from office. This is not a game. It is super serious business.

      Graham can blow up their plans by having the same “witnesses” testify in public before his committee immediately after Schiff has them testify. Therefore he can immediately debunk the selected leaks and the people can see behind the secrecy. The Democrats plan would be destroyed and we wouldn’t be going through this nonsense.

      It is really that easy but Graham is LETTING them destroy our President instead. And he isn’t the only one. That is not a good cop.

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  7. foodog says:

    PS; one might disagree with Hannitys style ( as I do, finding it off-putting that he spends so much time on his ego, vs listening to guests )

    BUT you have to give him or his booth producer credit for getting better, and helping his guests platform the truth direct to the American public. Nunes, Ratcliffe, Meadows, Gaetz, Jordan, Zeldin, and now the young legislator from upstate New York are finding their voice, getting organized in their presentation, and are FAR, FAR, more persuasive than the odd-ball experts and obviously biased commentators at CNN, MSNBC, CBS et al.

    I dont think I am a particularly exceptional news consumer, and so I expect LOTS of other people see the same patterns, and are forming their opinions, silently- NOT showing up on the polls.

    But we still have to get out the vote- thats the bottom line in 2020.
    Deeds not words.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      Hannity is an excellent place to go to see the news of the coup. Hannity has to be repetitive to reach the different audiences he has each night. He does interrupt too much to feed his own ego about what he knows about this whole sordid affair but the fact remains is he is doing the important work of getting this information out there. He has the highest ratings which means he reaches the most people.

      Hannity is doing a masterful job informing the people and protecting our President. Some people here would bite off their nose to spite their face.

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  8. Zippy says:

    Uh, duh, so why didn’t any investigation by Trump’s ALLEGED allies BEGIN with Mifsud YEARS ago, thereby absolutely obliterating the entire Russia collusion idiocy long ago? Anyone ever asked WHY Mifsud has been in hiding (with his location always known to Italian intel agencies) ever since his participation in the entrapment scheme? Not done out of fear of obstruction of the Mueller investigation? By finding and simply questioning the person key to the start of the entire farce?

    Mystery of Joseph Mifsud key to Trump-Russia probe origin
    October 20, 2019

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/oct/20/joseph-mifsud-identity-called-trump-russia-probe-o/

    ALL “investigations” have been and will continue to be slow-walked farces, intentionally not being broad enough to define the conspiracy, even the pending FISA fraud one will not legally punish the perps, mark my word:

    FISA Court Rolls Over, Plays Dead
    Aug 28, 2013

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jennifergranick/2013/08/28/fisa-court-rolls-over-plays-dead/#2b26114763ae

    A newly declassified opinion shows FISA court “oversight” in the face of egregious, unconstitutional and potentially criminal government misconduct means nothing.

    Last week, thanks to the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s excellent FOIA work, we got the gift of a newly declassified 2011 FISA court opinion. The opinion finds that the government misled the FISA court for over three years about the details of its illegal and unconstitutional surveillance programs. These lies hid from the court the fact that every year, the NSA is collecting at least 56,000 emails – and possibly many more — between innocent Americans who have no foreign connections and are suspected of no crimes. That’s bad, but the worst part of it is, when the government’s lies were finally exposed the FISA court demanded … that NSA analysts read our private messages right away, so they can be used or deleted more quickly. In other words, the government got not a slap on the wrist, but a pat on the back.

    This was the third lie in less than three years that the FISA court had learned about. The judge described one such pattern of lying in Footnote 14 of this newly declassified opinion. There, the clearly outraged judge said the NSA had misrepresented so frequently and systematically how it conducted its program to collect and query Americans’ phone call records that the agency had utterly subverted the Court-mandated oversight regime for that program.

    So what did the court do when it found out it had been lied to, that purely domestic communications were fair game, that untold numbers of innocent people were being illegally spied on, and that all the safeguards in place needed to be rethought?

    Nothing, really. The court suggested the NSA should train its analysts to notice when their queries turned up an MCT – i.e., an Internet transaction containing multiple messages — and then to look carefully at all the by-catch. If existing procedures allowed them to use anything in those purely domestic messages that they were never supposed to have collected in the first place, great! Otherwise, only after collection and review, should the information be deleted. The NSA adopted this approach, and continues to blithely collect Internet transactions containing wholly domestic communications between innocent Americans to this day.

    So in the face of illegal, unconstitutional and potentially criminal conduct — conduct about which the NSA repeatedly lied to the FISA court — the FISA court “corrected” the problem by requiring … banner warnings that something might be an MCT, and an extra round of review by NSA analysts. The real problem – that the NSA regularly collects Americans’ most private communications that the law does not permit it to collect and lies about it to the FISA court – was simply waved away.

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  9. Susa Glenn says:

    Hannity stridently hammers the same lines over and over and over. Is he trying to convert imbeciles and cretins? I get it that 50% of the population is below average in intelligence and we need as many as possible on board but Hannity’s method makes the other 50% of the population reach for the remote. Sesame Street was less repetitious and infinitely more interesting.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      I watch Hannity every day. I see some of the same repetitive stuff but I also learn something new almost every day. John Soloman and Sarah Carter have been all over this and offer great insights and new material constantly. I love the Soloman, Carter and Greg Jarrett segments.

      The repetition is also good because it hammers it into my brain so I can more effectively discuss it and spread the word. And yes, he has different viewers each night so he needs to have some repetition.

      Just watching Hannity and reading CTH tells me everything about whats going on, except when will we see accountability. At least his broadcasting the truth gives some accountability to these bad actors in the deep state by exposing them to millions of viewers.

      The people that should be criticized are the enablers from the left wing media. But I guess we prefer to turn on our own.

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    • Pamela Favor says:

      Hannity does EXACTLY what the MSM does hammers the talking points over, and over until it sinks in!!!

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  10. AvengingAngel says:

    I think Lindsay should subpoena the so called whistleblower to his committee now . I think it should be made clear to Atkinson by the WH that he is responsible for this mess . He has no reaon in law to keep this leaker anonymous .The Potus should demand immediate declassification of all documents implicating Congress in the coup i.e. gang of 8 stuff. Give them something to worry about . Their own impeachment by sedition .By the way did you ever try to communicate ideas to WH or Congress ? Waste of time.

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  11. Judy says:

    Graham, if you are not being blackmailed because of the dirt the deep state has on you. Then start senate inquiries and start subpoenas. Nothing else will do!

    Hannity, I can’t believe you allowed this crap.

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  12. Judy says:

    Graham, if you are not being blackmailed because of the dirt the deep state has on you. Then start senate inquiries and start subpoenas. Nothing else will do!

    Hannity, I can’t believe you allowed this crap.

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  13. Judy says:

    Graham, if you are not being blackmailed because of dirt the deep state has on you. Then start senate inquiries and start subpoenas. Nothing else will do!

    Hannity, I can’t believe you allowed this crap.

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  14. rebelinme2 says:

    As we plod along learning about who are the deep state players, it seems that the Obama years were rife with corruption. It is odd that everyone is pointing fingers at others because of foreign influence in elections while we can read exactly how much was paid to whom by foreign nations in campaign funds.. it doesn’t get more foreign influential than that, but it is glossed over as though it is immaterial. Why? Because people in both parties were doing it. While the dems got the choices returns under Obama, I think there were also republicans who scammed as well.. likely ones who have had years spanning multiple presidencies, and I suspect the GOP players are guarded lest those complicit are exposed too. The unraveling of the deep state will take nimble fingers as so many were complicit in foreign influence and lobbying ventures capital.

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    • Pamela Favor says:

      Obammie weaponized every damn department of government WE ALL should have known this when the Fox News reporters were spied upon, when the IRS, FBI, DEA, ATF, came down on Katherine from True the Vote like locusts!!! When there were NO consequences for those actions it opened the barn door for the spying on Trump AND ANYONE associated with him or his campaign!! These SOB’s truly believe they ARE above the law AND sadly they ARE CORRECT!!!

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  15. Libertybella says:

    IT IS TIME FOR A MARCH ON WASHINGTON!
    I am one of those “hard working conservatives” who rarely misses work…but I would take the time off and incur the travel expenses necessary to attend a march on Washington…the RULE OF LAW march….or the DRAIN THE SWAMP march….
    Can we get a national figure to promote it and organize it?

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  16. lurker2 says:

    11/13/2018 CNN article: Sen. Lindsey Graham said Tuesday that he will investigate how the FBI handled the investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 elections and Hillary Clinton’s email controversy if he becomes chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
    “Totally,” the South Carolina Republican told CNN when asked if he would look into the FBI’s handling of those probes. “The oversight function will be very much front and center.”

    Front and center. It’s been more than 11 months since he said that. The picture of Rip van Hannity is perfect.

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    • Pamela Favor says:

      Linda is up to his eyeballs in this BS, don’t look for ANYTHING coming from him he is as guilty as hell along with the rest of them!!!

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  17. TwoLaine says:

    Linda is an attorney. She should know better on all of this BULL-SH…. Even if she were only worth a dime of what we pay her, that is what we are paying her for.

    GET IT TOGETHER & GIT-R-DONE!

    Linda is one of those people who just stands around on the sidewalk slobbering to herself about what she’s gonna’ do and watches while everyone else gets things done.

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  18. TwoLaine says:

    Where’s the investigation on the Stone raid Linda? When is that coming? Where’s the investigation on the Comey Report by Horowitz?

    Time to cancel all holiday plans and get down to business in D.C. How about no one goes home till the work gets done! BTW, that is NOT a question. This includes budgets and ther WAY OVERDUE USMCA.

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  19. Caius Lowell says:

    Nice job Lindsey! Maybe the strongly worded letter will result in a study? That would be so cool!

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