Lindsey Graham Snaps at Protester Demanding Kavanaugh Take a Polygraph (Video)

Lindsey Graham Snaps at Protester Demanding Kavanaugh Take a Polygraph (Video)

Sen. Lindsey Graham lost his temper when a protester yelled that Judge Kavanaugh should take a polygraph test.

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina did not appreciate a protester yelling at him about Brett Kavanaugh, demanding that he take a polygraph test.

“If he would take a polygraph, this would all be over!” a woman yelled at Graham inside a corridor on Capitol Hill on Thursday, as Graham was preparing to talk to reporters.

Graham was clearly annoyed with the woman because he turned and gave her a harsh answer.

“Why don’t we dunk him in the water and see if he floats?” Graham shot back, referring to the medieval practice used to ferret out witches.

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“We’ve humiliated this guy enough, and there seems to be no bottom for some of you,” he said, looking at the protester.

“It will never be enough. If you don’t believe he is a gang rapist, if you don’t believe he is a stumbling, bumbling drunk, serial sexual predator, maybe you will believe he lied about how much he drank in high school. Threw ice at a party. Or he doesn’t have the temperament. Let’s vote,”Graham told reporters afterward, referring to the ever-expanding litany of claims against Kavanaugh by Democrats, who have been opposed to his nomination from the start.

After delaying the floor vote pending a FBI background investigation – demanded by Democrats and endorsed by Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Arizona), the Senate will likely take up the matter over the weekend.

The FBI investigation found “no hint of misconduct” by Kavanaugh, according to the Senate Judiciary Committee chair Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa).

The White House has reported that the highly anticipated FBI probe has found no evidence of sexual misconduct on the part of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, signaling that the nomination process will move forward, and for all intense purposes, Brett Kavanugh should be sworn in as the next Supreme Court Justice.

It’s not clear whether the Senate will come to the same conclusion as the White House. The investigation, which was completed two days ahead of its Friday deadline, has been widely criticized by Democrats as incomplete, but they were claiming that before it was done.

The investigation was launched in the wake of a string of allegations leveled against Kavanaugh as the Senate Judiciary Committee deliberated on his confirmation.

FBI agents interviewed three people in connection with the allegations made by Christine Blasey Ford, who says that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school. However, investigators did not speak with Kavanaugh or Ford since they both had given extensive testimony under oath.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced on Wednesday that he would call for a vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination on Friday, giving senators “plenty of time” to review the FBI report.

Republicans framed the FBI probe as a concession to Democrats, whom they have accused of trying to stonewall Kavanaugh’s nomination. But the Democrats have sharply criticized the report’s lack of thoroughness. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said that the FBI’s failure to interview Ford, among others, “raises serious concerns that this is not a credible investigation.”

Ford’s attorney also slammed the probe, claiming that “those directing the FBI investigation were not interested in seeking the truth.”

However, Kavanaugh’s supporters have pointed out that the judge has already undergone six FBI background checks which were all cleared for him to have top clearance at the White House when he worked for former President Bush, as well as other positions.

Kavanaugh’s contentious and somewhat theatrical nomination process has become a highly polarizing issue in the United States, galvanizing the #MeToo movement while also provoking deep suspicion among conservatives that Kavanaugh has been the victim of a liberal witch hunt.

While the Democratic establishment has rallied around Ford, her testimony before the Senate last week revealed that the facts surrounding her alleged attack are far from clear. She was unable to provide a precise date or even location of the attack. A written statement from her former boyfriend also raised questions about the truthfulness of her sworn testimony.

Bottom line, her story has no credibility, and her witnesses turned out to be supporting collaborators for Kavanaugh who testified that he never committed the acts, did not know Ford, and has never sexually assaulted a woman.

Photo: The Daily Caller 


 

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