Republicans Declare War On Power Hungry Democrat

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Sunday, during an interview on CBS News’s “Face the Nation,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) referred to the secretary of state of Maine as a “radical” person in a Sunday interview. The criticism came only days after Shenna Bellows, the secretary of state, had declared that former President Donald Trump would be removed from the 2024 presidential ballot as he was ineligible under the “insurrection clause” of the 14th Amendment.

Graham in his statement slammed the Democratic secretary of State while also stating that he was confident Trump would be able to win the 2024 nomination despite his legal troubles and the efforts that have emerged in multiple states to have him eliminated from the state competition. Graham argued that ultimately, despite all this Trump continued to have a strong position in the race as GOP voters believe that he has the ability to win the general election and that Trump’s first term in office had been good.

He proceeded to attack Bellows whom he referred to as a “pretty radical person.” He added that she had previously argued that the Electoral College was a result of “white supremacy” which Graham disagreed with arguing that it was the result of negotiation. He added that the Civil War had been about slavery while the Electoral College had to do with states of all sizes negotiating.

Graham’s remarks come days after the two decisions, one in Colorado and one in Maine, that Trump was not eligible to participate on the primary ballot in the two states.

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