Turncoat Senator Lindsey Graham just shocked with a comment directed at Democrats saying they have a “good chance of winning the White House” in November. Has Lindsey Graham fallen over the fence he straddles between Republicans and Democrats? Is he so desperate to win reelection that he’s moving left of center? It sure seems like it. This is typical of Graham, who promised but never delivered punishment to the bad actors in the Obama administration. Double talk is what Graham knows.

Watch Lindsey make a play for votes while throwing President Trump’s reelection under the bus:

Lindsey Graham: “Y’all have a good chance of winning the White House.”

Klobuchar: “Thank you for acknowledging that.”

Graham: “Yeah. I think it’s true.”

Graham now has to face President Trump and his supporters. He’s either desperate for reelection or is just as corrupt as the other people he claims he wants to punish. Which is it?

Tucker Carlson recently called Graham a “snake”:

Tucker Carlson went off on Senator Lindsey Graham over his snake move to talk President Trump into speaking with Bob Woodward. Senator Graham reportedly sat in on the first of many interviews between Woodward and the president. Woodward’s interviews with the president are in his latest book and make claims that President Trump downplayed the threat of the coronavirus. Woodward has other revelations that have already been refuted by Dr. Anthony Fauci. Woodward joins a long list of other political hacks trying to make a buck by publishing a book that tries to damage President Trump.

“Keep in mind Lindsey Graham has passionately opposed virtually every major policy initiative that President Trump articulated when he first ran.”

The Bob Woodward bombshell against President Trump was just refuted by Dr. Anthony Fauci:

Dr. Fauci was interviewed by John Roberts to set the record straight on what he knows about how President Trump handled the coronavirus pandemic. Democrats have been making claims that the president didn’t tell the American people the “reality of what was going on” during the pandemic. The bombshell in Bob Woodward’s upcoming book claims that Fauci said President Trump’s leadership is “rudderless” and that the president’s attention span is a “minus number.”

Dr. Fauci refutes Woodward’s claims in the videos below:

Dr. Anthony Fauci also disputed the quote attributed to him by Bob Woodward: “I don’t recall that at all.”

Salacious claims about President Trump have been constant as we get closer to the election. It’s a full-court press to damage the president and to sell books. Bob Woodward needs to give readers some red meat so they’ll buy his latest book.

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