G. McConway
September 20, 2022

Graham Continues to Push Abortion Legislation Before Mid-term Elections

As most of you know, I do not really like Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).

That dislike has grown considerably over the last week and more so today with Graham continuing to push his abortion legislation.

Not only that, but he is also pushing back against the GOP narrative that abortion belongs with the states.

Bad Timing

Graham saved Biden last week by pushing his abortion legislation the same day the inflation report came out.

He continues to push it and swim upstream where most Republicans reside on this issue.

Graham stated, “This is not a states’ rights issue. This is a human right issue.

“So, no matter what California or Maryland will do … I am going to advocate a national minimum standard.”

Defending his legislation, he stated, “After [Democrats] introduced a bill to define who they are, I thought it’d be nice to introduce a bill to define who we are.”

Graham also took a shot at Senator McConnell (R-KY) for saying this should stay at the state level.

He added, “And let me tell you why I think Mitch is wrong. He’s pro-life.

“So, let’s talk about a broken border. Let’s talk about rampant crime.

“Let’s talk about out-of-control inflation.

“Let’s talk about failing foreign policy and withdrawal from Afghanistan.

“But when you’re on the stump, people need to know who you are and where you are.”

Now, I am already on record saying I think we can find a middle-ground that would put this issue to bed.

However, I also stated that the timing of Graham was inexcusable.

We had all the momentum and he just put an anvil on the train tracks.

Graham has too much experience for this to be an accident, so the only conclusion that can be drawn is that he is purposely trying to help out his old buddy, Joe Biden.

I don’t trust the man… and I never will.

Source: The Hill

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