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[COMMENTARY] Not-At-All-Innocent Lindsey Graham Challenges Special Grand Jury Subpoena in Georgia

[COMMENTARY] Not-At-All-Innocent Lindsey Graham Challenges Special Grand Jury Subpoena in Georgia

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Innocent people usually have no problem showing up to prove they’re innocent. In fact, they’re usually chomping at the bit to clear their names as soon as possible so the authorities can go back to finding any real perpetrators still lurking about. Guilty people hide from the truth or at least do all they can to delay the inevitable admission of guilt that probably keeps them up at night and eats away at them.

Sen. “Leningrad” Lindsey Graham (R-SC via Moscow by way of the putting green at Mar-A-Lago) is the complete opposite of innocent and he couldn’t possibly broadcast it more, but it’s still kind of fun to watch him try to duck the subpoena from Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis that’s been haunting his gin-soaked nightmares (probably).

WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 6: (L-R) President Donald Trump speaks to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) during an event about judicial confirmations in the East Room of the White House on November 6, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Here’s the thing, Linds: they have you on tape trying to influence Georgia election officials to help “find” those pesky 11,780 votes for Trump that just didn’t exist anywhere because no one cast them. So, you can bite your MyPillow all you want, there’s pretty much nothing you can do. Especially since you already tried this and it didn’t work.

Sure, try that tactic, because lawyers who work for Trump have such a stellar track record. No, really, Lindsey, this is going to work! Keep telling yourself that while you spit your drink at your own reflection in your poolhouse bathroom mirror.

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In a court filing last month, DA Willis, a Democrat, wrote that Graham made at least two telephone calls to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger as well as members of his staff in the weeks after Trump’s loss to Joe Biden, asking about reexamining absentee ballots “to explore the possibility of a more favorable outcome.” That’s big lawyer talk for YA BURNT, LENINGRAD LINDSEY!

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