South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham is ready to hit the streets following the Kavanaugh confirmation — or so he told host Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday.”
“I’ve never campaigned against a colleague in my life. That’s about to change,” he said.
Graham, one of the most outspoken critics of the way Kavanaugh’s confirmation process was handled — particularly by California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and other Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee — has called the process everything from a “disgrace” to a “sham” that he hopes “the American people can see through.”
On Sunday, responding to Wallace’s prompt regarding Democrats who have said they would continue to investigate Kavanaugh if they won control of the House, Graham admitted that the whole process had changed his own personal campaign style.
“I hope everyone 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?'” Graham explained. “Do you want an outcome so badly that you would basically turn the law upside down?”
Graham concluded, “All I can say is this is going to the streets at the ballot box. I’ve never campaigned against a colleague in my life. That’s about to change. I’m going to go throughout this country to let people in these purple states, red states where Trump won, know what I thought, know what I think about this process.”
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