South Carolina Senator Lindsay Graham has heard enough from the accusers of candidate Judge Roy Moore. The good Senator, after supporting Judge Moore, has now switched sides. Mr. Graham has looked at other aspects of the story and is inclined to believe the women’s stories. It is amazing how quick the GOP is to eat its own.
.@LindseyGrahamSC on Roy Moore allegations: “I’ve heard enough. I believe the women…He was barred from a mall. His behavior was so extreme in his thirties that apparently the Gadsden Mall put him on the no-fly list, that tells me a lot.” pic.twitter.com/xxBCijssEQ
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 16, 2017
As Written By Carlos Garcia for The Blaze:
Sen.Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said he had been willing to give Roy Moore the benefit of the doubt when the sexual misconduct allegations arose, but now he’s heard enough and he thinks the Ababama Senate nominee is guilty.
“We’re in a political environment,” Graham told Fox News host Shannon Bream. “[When] the allegations first came out I said, if true he should step aside. I’ve heard enough. I believe the women.
“He was barred from a mall. His behavior was so extreme in his thirties that apparently the Gadsden mall put him on the no-fly list,” he said. “That tells me a lot. I don’t know anybody personally who’s been banned from a mall.”
“But when you put the whole puzzle together it’s pretty hard not to believe it,” he continued, “it has a ring of truth and we’re gonna lose a seat we shouldn’t win, and to my good friends in Alabama, your decision in the next coming weeks will determine whether or not Trump’s agenda’s successful because I don’t think Mr. [Doug] Jones could be an effective senator given the baggage he has, and looks like Mr. Jones is on course to win, and he’s not gonna help us at all.”
“He’s not gonna vote for anything on this agenda, tax reform,” Bream said of the Democratic candidate, “repealing Obamacare in part or full.”
“[Sen.] Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is the biggest winner if Roy Moore loses and Trump’s the biggest loser,” Graham said.
“Well, what if Roy Moore wins? You know there’s a lot of talk about expelling him from the Senate,” Bream responded.
“You don’t want to prejudge,” Graham said, “but I think most people up here have …….
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