Lindsey Graham

Lindsey Graham Delivers Potent Zinger to Kavanaugh Protesters

The left has been agitated, to say the least, over the process to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

Obviously, their concerns stem from an allegation of attempted sexual impropriety occurring in 1983.  Rightfully so – if true, those actions would certainly be disqualifying for a Supreme Court Judge.  The only issue is that there seem to be exactly zero people who can corroborate the allegations.

This puts us at a legal standstill, so to speak, in furthering the matter of the 1983 accusation.  Now, the only thing left to do is to decide whether or not Brett Kavanaugh’s proven record is sufficient to assign him to the highest court in the land.  In order to make their voices heard, a number of anti-Kavanaugh protesters have been gathering on Capitol Hill to confront politicians.  This has been turning increasingly ugly, however, with police escorts becoming common in DC.

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In a moment of candor, however, Senator Lindsey Graham threw the crowd a bone.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Thursday sparred with a protester in front of television cameras over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

“You’ve humiliated this guy enough and there seems to be no bottom for some of you,” Graham told the woman after she demanded Kavanaugh take a polygraph.

“Why don’t we dunk him in water and see if he floats?” Graham added to the woman, before returning to address reporters.

Graham is, of course, referring to the historical belief that witches would magically float, even if bound.

Testing of this theory was responsible for numerous deaths in the pre-scientific world.


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