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Lindsey Graham is like a new man!
I’m not sure what’s gotten into him, but he went from being a “Never Trumper” to finding his courage again and standing up for Trump and Trump’s policies.
In other words:
Most recently, Graham has declared war on the Democrat Senators in Congress that attacked and vilified Kavanaugh.
Even though Kavanaugh has now been confirmed and sworn in, the DemocRATS are still fighting him and that means Lindsey Graham is still fighting the Dems.
In fact, he just declared he's ready to do something he's never done before: campaign against them in their re-election campaigns!
Here are more details, from the USA Today:
Sen. Lindsey Graham says he's never campaigned against a colleague.
"That's about to change," he said Sunday.
The South Carolina Republican told "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace he is ready to carry the fight "to the streets" and "the ballot box" after leading House Democrats called for further investigations into Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's background if they regain the majority in the November election.
Graham, who made several fiery denouncements of Senate Democrats for their handling of Kavanaugh's confirmation, vowed to "go throughout this country and let people in these purple states, red states where Trump won, know what I think about this process."
"I hope everybody running for the House in these purple districts will be asked the question: 'Do you support impeaching Judge Kavanaugh based on five allegations, none of which could be corroborated? Do you want an outcome so badly that you would basically turn the law upside down?" Graham said.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., told The New York Times on Friday that the Senate failed to "do its proper constitutionally mandated job of advise and consent" and that the House is "going to have to do something to provide a check and balance, to protect the rule of law and to protect the legitimacy of one of our most important institutions.”
Nadler, who would be in line to become chairman of the House Judiciary Committee if the Democrats take the House, told the Times he was not yet thinking about impeaching Kavanaugh.
Reps. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., and Ted Lieu, D-Calif, have said they favor impeachment if further investigation determines Kavanaugh lied about the allegations of past sexual misconduct leveled against him by Christine Blasey Ford.
Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee continued to question Kavanaugh's fitness for the Supreme Court, but were reluctant to back the calls for further investigation and possible impeachment.
Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono, who said men should "shut up and step up" on the issue of sexual assault, called the FBI investigation into Ford's allegations "a sham" that "raises more questions than it answers." But she did not choose to explicitly endorse Nadler's call for a House investigation when asked on "ABC This Week" Sunday.