Lindsey Graham’s Midterm Elections Confession

Could Graham be right?

Speaking on “The Cats Roundtable,” Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said that besides rejecting storming the Capitol on January 6th, 2021, Americans would reject Democrats in the midterm for politicizing its first anniversary.

Echoing his previous statements, the South Carolina Republican slammed President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ speeches on the first anniversary of the deadly January 6th Capitol riot, calling them awful.

In an appearance on 77 WABC’s “The Cats Roundtable,” Graham told host John Catsimatidis that their speeches were an effort to “create a brazen political moment” in an attempt to deflect from Biden’s “failed presidency.”
Graham added that he was “disappointed in the tone of the President and Vice President” before saying that “the American people reject what happened on January 6th, but come November 2022 they are going to reject the Democratic party.”

Acknowledging that the attack on the Capitol was a “dark day,” Graham argued that the Democrats’ attack on the Constitution placed the U.S. in “the most dangerous times since the late ‘30s,” saying that Americans would vote based on the “failed Democratic radical agenda” rather than “what happened on January 6th.”

The Republican continued by saying that “liberal policies” did not represent America since the U.S is not “a socialist country.”

Seemingly substantiating his remarks, Graham stated that the Democrats were trying to “tear up the Constitution” and change “the balance of power in this country.” He added that the Democrats had employed the “most radical approach to our constitutional checks and balances” in his lifetime, saying that the result would be a backlash in 2022.