Lindsey Graham Gets BAD NEWS from Supreme Court

With the midterms elections to look forward to next week, much of America is living within a state of suspended agitation, holding their nervous breaths tightly in anticipation of whatever powder keg will be lit by the results.

But not everyone is staring into the future.  In fact, officials in the state of Georgia believe that there is still some pertinent information to be scoured from an interview with South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham.

Now, after months of fighting his original subpoena, Graham is running into a brick wall.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who is investigating calls Graham made to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger after the election, told the justices that “the delay resulting from a stay would be unavoidably harmful,” the AP reports. In a petition seeking his testimony, she said Graham asked Raffensperger about “reexamining certain absentee ballots cast in Georgia in order to explore the possibility of a more favorable outcome for former President Donald Trump.”

The liberal conspiracy continues to grow, it appears.

The subpoena said Graham “also made reference to allegations of widespread voter fraud” that were “consistent with public statements made by known affiliates of the Trump campaign.” Lower courts have ruled that Graham can be questioned about issues including possible coordination with the Trump campaign and efforts to “cajole” or “exhort” election officials, the Post reports. Graham is now scheduled to appear before the grand jury on Nov. 17, though he could still invoke the Fifth Amendment and refuse to answer questions, NBC reports. The Supreme Court said in its Tuesday order that Graham “may return to the District Court should disputes arise” regarding the speech and debate clause’s application to specific questions.

This is the last appeal available to Graham, and it will be incredibly interesting to see just what his testimony brings.


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