Libs hate me, so vote for me

CHARLESTON, SC – With three days before the toughest election of her life, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) delivers a succinct presentation to voters in South Carolina for six more years in Washington: More judges, more of Trump and more libs owners.

On Saturday night, in a parking lot outside Charleston, a hard-hitting Graham got off his country bus after a long day of campaigning and threw lots of red meat – and more than a few one-liners – at a worshiping crowd of ‘About 100 GOP worshipers decked out in Trump hats and Graham stickers.

Graham spent as much time attacking the policies of his opponent Jaime Harrison as he did Harrison’s fundraiser – a record $ 108 million in mid-October – and his base of support for the Liberals across the country was motivated to take down Graham after his dramatic outburst in 2018. Brett Kavanaugh confirmation auditions.

“Do you know why I’m going to win in South Carolina?” Graham asked. “Because they hate my guts.” The left, Graham continued, sees Harrison as an ally. “They see me as their worst nightmare,” he joked.

But Graham not only spoke about Harrison, but issued a broader and bitter warning about what is at stake in the 2020 election – not just his own, but Trump’s as well.

“We’re starting to pull away, because people are scared,” Graham said. “People fear to wake up one day and their country will be different to the point of not recognizing it,” he continued, referring to the democratic proposals to enlarge the size of the Supreme Court, to abolish the Electoral College. and reforming health care and immigration.

Indeed, there were more than a few moments during Saturday’s rally where Graham’s run and Trump’s run seemed impossible to separate. The senator’s most touted achievement, Supreme Court Justices Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmations, are also among Trump’s most touted.

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