Republican Senator Lindsey Graham held a town hall meeting in his home state of South Carolina this past week. The crowd was almost exclusively Democrat voters, who shouted and interrupted their way through the meeting. Graham addressed a number of issues including the federal budget, Supreme Court, health care reform and the investigation of President Trump’s connections to Russia.
In response to the predictable rudeness of his Democrat audience, Graham called them out when he said, “All of you want Trump to be denied what comes with being President—not all of you, but some of you—and you want to overturn the election.”
And in response to one heckler’s suggestion that he has been obstructing the “investigation” into Trump and the Russians, Graham said, “I think that’s a bunch of garbage when it comes to me.”
And when the Senator spoke of his support for Judge Gorsuch, the crowd got nasty, prompting Graham to respond, “I don’t believe that the Constitution was written so that you get everything you want and I get nothing. That’s not the way the Constitution was written.”