As of late, Lindsey Graham has been made of pure raging fire as the South Carolina Senator has ramped his anger levels up to 11 over the course of the Kavanaugh circus.
And Graham isn’t even remotely done showing you how tired he is of the left’s constant outrage.
Recently, Graham appeared on CNN where he sent a very clear message.
“If you don’t like me working with President Trump to make the world a better place, I don’t give a shit,” said Graham.
The quote came during a conversation about President Donald Trump’s interactions with North Korea, and how Graham has been criticized for working with the President in his negotiation efforts.
“I’ll tell him when I think he’s wrong, but let me just tell you about the critics. When I worked with President Obama, and I did on occasion, I was a hero. And now I work with President Trump and I’m two-faced,” said Graham.
“I trust the President,” Graham added. “I like the President. I trust him in terms of trying to do things that are big and matter. Here’s what I’ve got. I’ve got a relationship with the President at a time when I think he needs allies.”
Graham’s aggression levels have risen dramatically over the past couple of weeks. At one point he warned Democrats about any future nominees they may have the opportunity to present to the Supreme Court, as their treatment of Kavanaugh has set a horrific standard.
“If this is the new norm, you better watch out for your nominees,” Graham told Democrats through the media.
Then Graham declared on Twitter that he wasn’t going to have his intelligence insulted by “porn lawyer” Michael Avenatti when he presented his witness that claimed Kavanaugh was a part of a successful rape-ring run by drunken high school boys that no one ever heard about.
And who can forget his epic tirade during the Kavanaugh hearing, where he dragged the Democrats through hot coals for their disgusting tactics and destruction of an innocent man.
BREAKING: Sen. Graham breaks from letting the woman prosecutor do questioning for Republican senators, and delivers impassioned defense of Judge Kavanaugh. pic.twitter.com/vxNh6EbQxf
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) September 27, 2018
Let’s hope we see more of this guy going forward.