Lindsey Graham Responds to Dianne Feinstein's Ejection From Judiciary Committee Top Spot for Being Nice

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South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham had a moment of kindness with his colleague Sen. Dianne Feinstein after the conclusion of the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearings and the left hasn’t forgiven Feinstein since.

On Monday, RedState reported that Feinstein was stepping down from being the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, but all the clues point to the fact that she was forced to do so by Sen. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

(READ: Unity Will Not be Tolerated: Schumer Kicks Feinstein Out of Judiciary Committee)

Graham seems to agree with this assessment of how things went down and, to be sure, he’s not pleased with it. On Monday night he appeared on Fox News and made it clear that Feinstein’s friendliness with him was “an unpardonable sin” to the left.

“So they literally ran Dianne Feinstein, who’s a great person, out of her job because she said something nice about me,” said Graham.

Graham didn’t mention it but his words, and this moment, are pretty telling about where the Democrat party really is in terms of how it views Republicans or right-leaning individuals.

Biden has been promoting the idea of a party of “unity,” and one that can represent all Americans. Yet, at every turn, Democrats continue to do what it takes to make sure Republicans are powerless, silenced, and sidelined. Any friendliness to them within the party is being weeded out.

On Tuesday, Biden tweeted out that the election was over (it’s not) and that it’s time we “put aside the partisanship and the rhetoric designed to demonize one another.”

Yet, here is Feinstein literally doing the very thing that Biden is suggesting…

…and the Democrats are now punishing her for it.

It’s pretty easy to see what the real intentions of the Democrats are just from this. You know it, Republicans know it, and Democrats especially know it.

There is no unity, just domination.