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Lindsey Graham: ‘Not a Job Interview, Not Advise and Consent, Just Hell’


“You have nothing to apologize for. When you see Sotomayor and Kagan that Lindsey said hello. I voted for them. I would never do to this what you have done to this guy. In is the most unethical sham since I’ve been in politics.”

I’ve avoided watching the hearing itself because my rage is so complete and so cold it is all I can do to keep from visiting the professors teaching various “Studies” classes at the local college for a full, frank, and high-impact exchange of views as my “thanks” for their work in shaping this travesty.

This excerpt is a more peaceful summing up of what has happened to this great, good man. Note the brief shots of Feinstein and the other insects sitting tohis left. Observe their death masks and their barely concealed shame. Not enough. Those heads need pikes and not necks.

Alert the Authorities!

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  • SLM September 27, 2018, 3:40 PM

    I take back everything I’ve ever said about him.

  • steve walsh September 27, 2018, 3:59 PM

    There is something supremely effective about a southern man, with his genteel manner and lilt, speaking with barely restrained rage. His long history of congeniality and conviviality helps too. I’m a Boston guy, born and raised, blue collar in upbringing and spirit. I would be hurling f-bombs and calling all the Dems miserable pieces of shit. Might even toss in a heartily delivered fuck you you fucking fuck. I’d even stand up and point my finger. It would feel good, but wouldn’t be any where near as meaningful as Graham was today.

  • NealinNevada September 27, 2018, 4:03 PM

    I took the day to watch the proceedings and I end the day miserably discouraged. As a retired professor, I too was accused of something I did not, and would not do. It didn’t matter that the college received letters from both male and female students attesting to my character. One accusation (with no evidence) made me a pariah among some of the faculty and all of the administrators. I was ecstatic that Judge Kavanaugh was angry in his opening statement and that he directed his anger towards the Democrats on the committee. This is a day that I will die thinking “how low can this great country go?” I would be remiss in not mentioning how Lindsey Graham made the Palmetto State proud! Am I alone in thinking that Senator Graham has found some backbone after his friend John McCain died?

  • Nori September 27, 2018, 4:07 PM

    Breaking News: Senator Graham live,on camera,grows a pair.
    Well done, Senator.

  • Howard Nelson September 27, 2018, 5:21 PM

    Among the types of dung beetles, is the dweller dung beetle which simply lives in shit. The equivalent in the human species is the rotted-soul Democrat Dweller Dung Beetle, the DDDB, dung from dungkopf to toe.
    Sewer of Shame for Feinstein, Schumer, and their corrupt cohort.

  • Jimmy September 27, 2018, 5:32 PM

    “Those heads need pikes and not necks.”

    …times thousands across the country.

  • Bill Cox September 27, 2018, 5:34 PM

    Senator Graham was magnificent as were Senator Cruz and Lee. Tillis was surprisingly effective as was Cornyn. It’s interesting, the Democrats were so predictably demonstrating post modernism, feelings and sentiment over truth. The execrable Senator Booker made the case of whether the accusation was true or not, she had a civic duty to come forward. That is utterly Orwellian where words mean absolutely nothing.

  • Snakepit Kansas September 27, 2018, 5:37 PM

    Lidsay Grahm has been and off and on crapweasel, but I applaud his words today. He summed up my thoughts over all of this perfectly. He sounded fighting mad. That is how I feel too.

  • R Daneel September 27, 2018, 5:49 PM
  • Dr. Jay September 27, 2018, 5:50 PM

    Lindsey showed the Democrats what the ancient Romans called “digitus impudicus” . . . Loved it!

  • ghostsniper September 27, 2018, 5:53 PM

    What’s the big deal?
    It’s just sex.
    Remember?

  • Mark Pugner September 27, 2018, 7:03 PM

    Could you have mutilated the very first paragraph (lindsey quote) of this article any more than you already did? Did you not proofread before you post? I don’t know why the errors got to me as bad as making me leave a comment about them. Maybe it’s from all the lies and deceit I witnessed from this day and I just don’t have the patience for it?

  • Vanderleun September 27, 2018, 7:08 PM

    What the hell are you going on about?

  • RKV September 27, 2018, 8:04 PM

    Suggest you go through the video and stop it around 2:45. Look at Feinswein’s face. She’s busted and she knows it. Leahy too. Cannot hide their guilt. And Senator Graham, please do not forget this moment. TWANLOC Senator, TWANLOC.

  • Renzi September 27, 2018, 8:19 PM

    Easy Gerard. We need you around awhile longer…
    Leahy and Feinstein will meet their end soon enough and have to account for themselves then. In the mean-time, if they can feel shame, it will be un-ending as they realize just how much damage they have done.
    (And that includes Booker, Harris, Durbin, Wgitehouse, Hirono, Coons, and sadly, even Klobucchar…evil, all)

  • andre September 27, 2018, 8:49 PM

    Awesome speech. Didn’t know he had it in him, but I guess even he got disgusted with the sewer to which the Democrats have descended. These people are insane. They should be incarcerated. They are evil and will do to us, what they have tried to do to Brett Kavanaugh, just in a thousand different ways.

  • azlibertarian September 27, 2018, 9:28 PM

    The camera angle might be deceiving me a bit, but when Sen. Graham turns his head to his right and says “…to my Republican colleagues…..”, I believe he was looking right at Jeff Flake.

  • Steve in Greensboro September 28, 2018, 12:37 AM

    RedState is reporting that Collins and Murkowski (RINOs) are planning to vote to confirm as are Connelly (D-IN) and Manchin (D-WV) who coincidentally are both up for reelection in 2018.

    As the immortal Dandy Don Meredith sang…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtGxusvUT3k

  • John Fleming September 28, 2018, 1:03 AM

    This offensive was almost perfect. An accusation for which there should have been no defense, no possibly counter-attack. The Senate Repubs were letting themselves be rolled.

    Trump and Kavanaugh showed ’em that a combined defense and counter-attack can be successful.

    Never matter. The attack only went to 11 this time. Next time, when they lose a real lefty (like Sanger’s progressive eugenics justice), it’ll be nuclear, and all the candidates know it now. True naked evil perfidy will finally make its long-awaited appearance. And the candidates know that the Repubs will let the Demos flay them to within their last agonal gasp.

    Filthy lies work. They know the formula. Untryable accusations, with great certainty in a few crucial detail, everything else vague, zero corroboration from anyone needed. One filthy lie greatly outweighs hundreds of glowing testimonials. Same as it always is, a thousand true attaboys is outweighed by one false awshit.

    Gird your loins. When the Abortion Justice RBG kicks it, there will be blood. Whatayagonnado?

  • ghostsniper September 28, 2018, 3:36 AM

    “When the Abortion Justice RBG kicks it, there will be blood. Whatayagonnado?”
    ==============

    Break out some Winchesters!

  • ambiguousfrog September 28, 2018, 6:16 AM

    I watched all of it. I thought he was toast after her performance and there was no way to crawl back from it. After Kavanaugh started to attack my mind was changed. I was wishing for a little less emotion but I haven’t experienced what his family must have been going through, so I cut him some slack in that department. It was obvious to me the democrat desperation as they began to fumble and bumble. After each break in the hearing you could see them regroup and try to come up with some other weak strategy. It was evident they wanted the FBI to draw this thing out for them, we see how well that’s working with “Russian collusion”. As for Grahamnesty, “a broken clock is right twice a day”. I love the part that was televised where Sheila Jackson Lee was in the crowd and made a point to give an envelope to one of Ford’s attorney’s and as he opened his coat there was a collection of envelopes. Perhaps it wasn’t pro bono after all. I’m hoping/praying soon that notorious RBG meets her maker, it’ll be another nail in the coffin and get the left to unravel and burn the house down. Listening to idiot protestors express we have to listen to a women’s accusations “because vagina”.

  • FRP September 28, 2018, 6:36 AM

    Like you I couldn’t watch or even read news feeds about it. I was sick to my stomach. You would have thought that by now the Dems would have figured out that what goes around comes around and that the next time they have a judicial opportunity the Reps might not be as kind as they were to Kagan. But no, they will burn the village to the ground to kill the fleas. I sure hope voters have watched this and seen what loathsome scum these people are. I don’t understand how anyone can vote for any of them.
    The thing is that now the Dems have shot their only bullet. If RBG dies tomorrow and Trump nominates John Birch to the court they aren’t going to be able to play the sex charge again which leaves them with nothing. If Trump really wanted to screw with them he could nominate a black woman like Mia Love to the bench and we could sit around and watch heads explode!

  • Richard September 28, 2018, 6:45 AM

    Pretty safe to say that any “studies” curriculum is total b.s. I’m fortunate, due to my age, that my interaction with college faculty mostly consisted of white men who had not been poisoned by the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory. Admittedly, it’s been decades since I was on a college campus, but I wouldn’t give a warm bucket of spit for what passes as “professors” today. Hang around long enough in school, avoiding the real world, and you get an honorific…and you get an honorific…and you get an honorific…
    And, oh yeah, Graham crushed it yesterday. Words I never thought I’d type. Hope to hear much more of this.

  • John A. Fleming September 28, 2018, 7:17 AM

    The little sissy was mad because he had thought they were his friends, and now he’s lost his friends. Still doesn’t get it. They were never his friends. He is a useful idiot, with his craving for friends his weakness they exploited. He still thinks they could be his friends if they just behaved themselves. Noob.

  • subpatre September 28, 2018, 7:42 AM

    Vanderleun “What the hell are you going on about?”

    The transcript portion under the video’s all f’ed up. It’s what happens when CNN subs transcription to India.

    You have nothing to apologize for.
    When you see Sotomayor and Kagan that Lindsey said hello.
    I voted for them.
    I would never do to this what you have done to this guy.
    In is the most unethical sham since I’ve been in politics.

    [delete this comment please. It’s just speeling and gramur and I can’t find your email]

  • ghostsniper September 28, 2018, 8:30 AM

    Look at Feinstein, she looks like an embalmed crash site cadaver draped over the air bag.
    I wish that wretch would lose it on a long set of stairs.

  • ambiguousfrog September 28, 2018, 9:04 AM

    @ghostsniper

    My thoughts exactly.

  • edaddy September 28, 2018, 9:14 AM

    Well hell, folks, I think it’s perfect!

    The Republicans HAVE to vote Kavanaugh in now for consider the ramifications, if they do not. And, once he’s in he ain’t going to forget yesterday for nothing on God’s green earth.

    Oh, Kavanaugh’s future decisions will be wrapped up on balanced legalese, filled with the language of love and social justice, but he’s is going to ram those decisions down the Left’s throat like weekend whore’s worst nightmare.

  • joetote September 28, 2018, 9:19 AM

    It occurs to me that Senators Moynahan, Dirkson, Anderson and many other dead Democrats (note: Honorable men, not the leftist scum that identifies their party today) from the era when Democrats were human beings are smiling in their graves today because Graham saved not only the nomination, but possibly the Senate itself (and inadvertently even possibly the old Democratic party) and the country in general.

    Republicans should take note. Fight fire with fire and weild the power while you have it.

  • Joe September 28, 2018, 10:38 AM

    Schumer, Feinstein, Bromwich, Katz, Seidman, Blumenthal, Dershowitz. A very disturbing pattern here. All liberal democrats who claim to believe in the Constitution and that you are innocent until proven guilty.