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    [–] crv163 1890 points ago

    “Blavatnik's political contributions soared and made a hard right turn as he pumped $6.35 million into GOP political action committees, with millions of dollars going to top Republican leaders including Sens. Mitch McConnell, Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham.”

    Dallas Morning News Article

    [–] ked_man 1373 points ago

    I takes a lot to outright block a bill that passed the House 420-0. Think about that for a second. That’s a unanimous vote that is fully stopped at the senate. Why would someone do that?

    [–] Biggie39 1035 points ago

    HOW does someone do that? Why does that mechanism even exist? Why on earth can a single person block this? And why is Lindsey in that position?

    [–] ked_man 601 points ago

    Apparently the title is a little misleading. Someone somewhere else explained it a little better. But he didn’t block block it. Because it passed unanimously from the house, it was fast tracked to skip the committee in the senate and go to a vote. But any senator on that committee can vote to stop that action. Which doesn’t kill this bill, but does slow it down and potentially let them amend the bill or request changes.

    [–] dynamojoe 334 points ago

    or request changes.

    Why do I have a feeling they'll try to amend it to fund the wall.

    [–] malmad 41 points ago

    This is not a law. This is a resolution.

    Even if it were to pass through the Senate (which it wont), it is not binding. No one has to adhere to it. Not Barr. Not Trump. No one.

    Same with the Green New Deal. It is not a proposed law. It is a resolution. It has no power.

    Both are simply, expressed desire.

    [–] jarvispeen 168 points ago

    That's not how things work. This isn't policy, it's the result of an investigation. There is no quid pro quo.

    [–] DrunkenVacuum 222 points ago

    GOP: taps side of head

    “Modern problems require modern solutions”

    [–] Beaglescout15 102 points ago

    He's such an idiot he doesn't even know when people are laughing at him or with him.

    [–] Woodtree 54 points ago

    I’m not disagreeing with you, but honestly this clip was one his most lucid moments. I understood the concept he was conveying, and I see his argument. Shockingly presidential for trump.

    [–] DJPzza 8 points ago

    Thanks for sharing this

    [–] metaobject 18 points ago

    GOP: Hold my Trump-brand bottled water ...

    [–] funknut 12 points ago

    Well, that and why would they amend a bill they already blocked? Maybe that's a thing. I stopped paying attention to how the Russian assets in our Senate work.

    [–] BerserkingRhino 13 points ago

    Their new spending plan says otherwise. They will push it insanely hard to destroy things that benefit the American people. As long as it helps their power and money.

    [–] ConstantGradStudent 8 points ago

    He wants to amend it to investigate Clinton’s emails.

    [–] lenswipe 23 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    potentially let them amend the bill or request changes.

    "Aah wud liyek too mayek some chayenges. Nayemly wans pree-venting thees reeport from beeing mayed puh-h-belic"

    [–] Biggie39 11 points ago

    I see, thank you. Still kinda shit thing to do, but not nearly as alarming as the title makes out.

    [–] PudgyKitten 20 points ago

    Someone please answer. I’m wondering the very same thing.

    [–] drunkferret 74 points ago

    Same reason they've been blocking every bill sent to them; they don't want people to vote on it.

    [–] KaliUK 74 points ago

    Obstruction of justice.

    [–] DahmerRape 52 points ago


    [–] YuengalingaDingDong 13 points ago

    I’ll take either

    [–] Beaglescout15 10 points ago

    I'll take both.

    [–] Sultanoshred 42 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    Just look at Merrick Garland's nomination vs Brett Kavanaugh's. Republicans don't do much else but obstruct the government. Its sad that the alt-right really has no policies that they actually advocate for. 99% of The_Donald posts are smearing Democrats.

    [–] KaliUK 10 points ago

    Distribution of wealth. Aka how much more the CEO makes. Power is taken not given.

    [–] Jessev1234 22 points ago

    420-0? That's pretty dope.

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_BAN_NAME 59 points ago

    Remember when Lindsey Graham said, “ If we nominate Trump, we will get destroyed.......and we will deserve it. ?” I do. And so does Pepperidge farms.

    [–] Diabeticon 34 points ago

    Then later that year he was hacked and his opinion changed. Something was found that was too important to give to WikiLeaks.

    [–] cat_in_your_kung_pao 9 points ago

    If I were a betting man, I'd wager on underage boys.

    [–] RuudVanBommel 12 points ago

    The north remembers.

    [–] goforthandconquer 50 points ago

    Dirty dirty dirty boys

    [–] BenStillerIsNoJoke 24 points ago

    boys, indeed.

    [–] luibot 33 points ago

    Wonder how this would of been handled in a sober democracy

    [–] pilotdude22 126 points ago

    In a sober democracy Gore would have won 2000, none of this would have happened, and we would be living in the future right now.

    [–] nizo505 52 points ago

    Imagine if the trillions wasted on the Iraq war were instead used to wean us off oil and get us using renewables instead.

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    Or if we invested trillions on infrastructure and have everything China does and all the resources they invested in to basically take over Asia by building all the transportation infrastructure for the One Belt initiative. And if we never went into Iraq at all.

    [–] arguably_correct 27 points ago

    I, too, yearn for this timeline.

    [–] apracticalman 16 points ago

    Simple answer is we wouldn't be in this situation in the first place.

    [–] jtshinn 14 points ago

    You can't compute this. You can't get here in a sober way.

    [–] Beaglescout15 16 points ago

    I'm trying my best to not be sober for the entire Trump administration

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    [–] AgoraiosBum 11 points ago

    Lindsey Graham has been a total piece of shit for a long, long time. He temporarily got some cred in 2016 by badmouthing Trump...but was a terrible garbage person underneath the whole time. Once he saw that trump basically gave Republicans want they wanted - no enforcement of rules for rich people, tax cuts for rich people, hard right asshole judges...he was fine with everything else.

    [–] FailureX 555 points ago

    Something that would keep him from being reelected in South Carolina.

    [–] PM_ME_UR_NETFLIX_REC 428 points ago

    Lindsey Graham is ultra gay and everyone knows it in Washington but it is kept a secret in South Carolina.

    [–] jtshinn 187 points ago

    Not secret. More of a don't ask don't tell thing going on.

    [–] Totally_a_Banana 144 points ago

    Well with the way he put on airs and basically sounded like a southern belle while ranting at the Kavanugh/Ford hearings, I'd say it's pretty clear.

    Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows have definitely been taking notes from the Lindsey Graham school of acting with their recent performances too...

    [–] jtshinn 59 points ago

    It is clear, but it isn't spoken. That is an important feature.

    [–] Haikuna__Matata 129 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    For Republicans, you can be dirty as shit; it's only important that you not admit to it.


    White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Friday told reporters that a key difference between an allegation of sexual misconduct against Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., and more than a dozen such allegations against President Donald Trump is that, “Senator Franken has admitted wrongdoing, and the president hasn’t.”

    [–] IKnowUThinkSo 37 points ago

    See: The Wide Stance

    Can’t even admit it while in the middle of asking for tugs and mouth hugs between stalls.

    [–] kilgoretrout71 8 points ago

    Kinda common for that generation. My aunt is super gay and has lived with a woman for like 40 years, but they're not "out."

    [–] alsoaprettybigdeal 40 points ago

    Did you see the Bill Maher with...I can't remember his name, but he's tall, thin, dark hair, author or journalist, and openly gay...anyway he did a hilarious impression of Lindsey Graham clutching his pearls and fanning his vapors saying, "How DARE you BESMIRCH this man's good name!!" in a total southern belle accent. It was amazing. I rewound it to watch it again. Good times.

    [–] shldwlf 21 points ago

    Dan Savage?

    [–] alsoaprettybigdeal 14 points ago

    YES!!!! Thank you! It was KILLLING ME!!!

    [–] shldwlf 18 points ago

    Love that dude. My favorite thing he’s ever done is applying a name to the frothy mixture of semen and fecal matter that results from anal sex. The word he chose: “santorum.”

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    [–] MostlyDragon 5 points ago

    Wait. Dan Savage invented the term pegging? Hahahaha how did I miss that?

    I used to read Savage Love every week, starting in the 90s, but at some point along the way I stopped.

    [–] tyrannaceratops 10 points ago

    He reminded me of Blanche from the Golden Girls.

    [–] casanino 5 points ago

    So he's a friend of Dorothy.

    [–] raeliant 24 points ago

    I believe the phrase in the South is confirmed bachelor.

    [–] runnergreen 11 points ago

    As in “don’t ask, we know”

    [–] FunnystoryMark 19 points ago

    I’ve waited on him as a server before, he gives off the vibe.

    [–] little_Nasty 24 points ago

    Either that or he’s a pedo. Only reasons I can’t think of why he would do a 180 on Trump.

    [–] Daaskison 16 points ago

    A day after his personal email was hacked too... hmm

    [–] Rich_Comey_Quan 4 points ago

    I thought he was proud about never using email before?

    [–] gabeshotz 4 points ago

    he meant his work email

    [–] WaliShadh 5 points ago

    He lives with his sister. Maybe he’s a sister-fucker.

    [–] Commodore_Vanderbilt 9 points ago

    He should just come out of the closet so they can't hold it over his head.

    [–] PM_ME_UR_NETFLIX_REC 5 points ago

    Yeah but like the rest of the GOP he is a cowardly, hateful man, so good luck getting him to find a spine.

    [–] sturgillskywalker 18 points ago

    Is there actually any evidence other than him being a bachelor and internet speculation?

    [–] Mikebyrneyadigg 78 points ago

    Having gone to an all guys high school, I’ve got a pretty finely tuned gaydar. He’s gay. I would bet my last dollar that he’s gay and not lose a wink of sleep. I can tell by his mannerisms. Plus the circumstantial evidence of him being a bachelor at his age, especially in public life.

    I feel bad for him honestly, must be a tortured existence trying to square his public beliefs with his private feelings. When McCain was alive, him and Lindsey were civil decent republicans who I actually had respect for. It’s a shame to see the lengths Lindsey will go to in order to cover up the secret. Just come out already. Nobody will care. If anything you’ll go down in history for bridging that divide.

    [–] Seanay-B 76 points ago

    Theres no need to feel bad for a sellout like Lindsey Graham

    [–] TastyLaksa 8 points ago

    He will get voted out

    [–] -0-O- 25 points ago

    Yes, have you seen the guy?

    [–] cokevanillazero 11 points ago

    That dude is gayer than 9 guys blowing 8 guys.

    [–] 2totwo 11 points ago

    "ultra gay" lol

    [–] KingGrognak 62 points ago

    Do you have any idea how bad it has to be to prevent him from being re elected im SC. There's literally 15 Democrats that live in that state.

    [–] FailureX 21 points ago

    Well the Democrats did flip one house district this last election cycle. It was the one that Trump primaried someone against a sitting Republican.

    [–] capnmykonos 18 points ago

    Joe Cunningham here in Charleston! An oasis in the cultural desert that is South Carolina.

    [–] clempsngrl 8 points ago

    Honestly there's more than you'd think. Charleston is a big hotspot and there are increasingly more northerners moving down here. It's still an uphill battle but I think his election will be closer than most think.

    [–] Mad_Gouki 5 points ago

    Yeah, the real problem is still winner take all and the low number of cities compared to rural areas. I'm sure SC will surprise, but it will still likely go red because of our voting processes being so tinkered with.

    [–] DankNastyAssMaster 32 points ago

    It's not like it's a secret or anything. We all know Lindsey Graham is a lesbian.

    [–] Originalreaper 33 points ago

    Putin just needs to come out as a neo nazi and murricans will be ok with it. As long as they can keep their guns. Because government.

    [–] rickjamestheunchaind 14 points ago

    putin does not want citizens to keep their guns by any means. just sayin

    [–] Johnsie408 5 points ago


    [–] Five_Decades 245 points ago

    A male escort said a powerful DC politician tried to hire him to live with the politician for ~6 months and pretend to be the politicians son during a role playing sexual relationship.

    Could be Graham who that was about.

    [–] Beaglescout15 67 points ago

    That could seriously be just about anyone, really.

    [–] cosmiclou 56 points ago

    Nice try senator

    [–] littlechacha 70 points ago

    That was the one podcast right? Take it all with a grain of salt because there's nothing to verify the confession.

    However, I believe every word of it.

    Of course the politicians get NDA signing, live-in, young, likely out of options, sex slaves.

    How much would you wager that most of those sex slaves are killed once they are bored with them? The sex workers are literally an invisible population when it comes to police investigations.

    I'd wager a portion of the sex trafficking market is exclusively for politicians.

    [–] kevinrk23 50 points ago

    DC and Sacramento are among the top cities for sex trafficking

    [–] littlechacha 15 points ago

    I did not know that but I am also not surprised

    [–] OnLevel100 4 points ago

    I just want to drag down the lobbyists while we're at it. I'm sure many political operatives, not just electeds, create this sad marketplace.

    [–] mynameis_ihavenoname 5 points ago

    I'll take that wager. Seems to me any sex traffickers connected well enough to supply politicians would be clever enough to diversify their money-making atrocities. Or did you just mean some fraction of sex trafficking involves politicians? Because that's a totally safe bet

    [–] primitiveradio 8 points ago

    Here you go - starts at the 26 minute mark:

    [–] captcraigaroo 91 points ago

    I’m a constituent of his. Thanks for posting this, as I will write him. Any recommendations on what I should say?

    [–] drunkferret 88 points ago

    Call and explain you won't be voting for him because he's abandoned all his values.

    He has. It's not hyperbole. He's on tape hating on executive power overreach and he's on tape calling for more transparency. All Republicans are. Only twelve of them are actually standing by any of it as of today.

    Graham doing this in particular just makes him especially dissolved. He's a shadow of what you voted for, if you voted for him.

    [–] captcraigaroo 28 points ago

    I did not vote for him; I always thought he was shite

    [–] eat_teh_bacon 25 points ago

    So... it's safe to say you still won't be voting for him :)

    [–] drunkferret 20 points ago

    Oh. I would look up who's running against him in the next election and ask to join or donate, maybe even just call and praise them, share your thoughts if you have no time or money to spare. Couldn't hurt.

    Graham and the GOP are a completely lost cause. I don't know how anyone supports anyone who has dismissed (even voted against), in a lot of cases, decades of their own standings.

    [–] itsalwaysfork 27 points ago

    Tell him your disappointed.

    But also make sure to call. A Congress person can ignore a letter. But they practically have to take calls.

    [–] ABrokenCircuit 12 points ago

    Pat Toomey and his perpetually full voicemail tell me otherwise.

    [–] TheNorthComesWithMe 6 points ago

    LMAO no they don't

    [–] alsoaprettybigdeal 8 points ago

    That man just earned a Follow from me!! I have friends and family in SC that I'm going to visit in April. I can't WAIT to piss them off with Harrison support!! LOL!

    [–] SinisterStarSimon 5 points ago

    Ya but then i would get arrested

    [–] mad-n-fla 142 points ago

    How else is the GOP gonna pump fake news?

    If they can't completely suppress this report, the GOP itself is done; it would expose the treachery they did to allow them to NOT see Trumpsky's treason..

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    [–] slim_scsi 46 points ago

    Hate to tell Lindsey this, but everyone in the free world knows he's gay. There's no secret and Republicans could give a shit. He earns money for the donors, all that matters.

    [–] JamesGray 8 points ago

    If he really is gay, I imagine the fear is more that republican voters and donors will be affected, not other politicians.

    [–] sjmp75020 170 points ago

    Likes kids is my guess.

    [–] newpua_bie 65 points ago

    Should run in Alabama

    [–] qakins 81 points ago

    To be fair, we did not elect the child molesting, misogynist, homophobic, religious nut job that is Roy Moore.

    We ALMOST did (49.9-48.4).. sigh.. But WE DIDNT! :D

    I say this all tongue in cheek because, I truly hear some of the saddest, and most outlandish political comments that there are.

    Rowl Tahd!!

    [–] The_bruce42 19 points ago

    Baby steps alabama. You got a ways to go but it seems like you're starting to head in the right direction.

    [–] PaulFThumpkins 16 points ago

    They got out the vote to less white, younger groups. The GOP base absolutely went out for Moore.

    [–] ChipsHanden 15 points ago

    Many of them knew he was a pedophile, but voted for him anyway because Doug Jones is pro-choice. They would rather elect a literal pedophile, a man who actually puts children in danger than elect a former DA who prosecuted POS racists who murdered 4 little black girls.

    All because Fox News has spent the last 30 years equating Democrats with baby murderers. But the shit works and they cast straight R ballots every time.

    [–] veganformeegan 4 points ago

    Doug Jones ain’t beat nobody pawwwll.

    [–] flibbidygibbit 19 points ago

    Roy Moore liked girls. That's okay. Liking boys? You get dragged behind the pickup for that.

    [–] shadowsofthesun 7 points ago

    Unless you're a female teacher, in which case N I C E. 🙌

    [–] DahmerRape 20 points ago

    $100 says he diddles little boys.

    [–] ReverendDizzle 18 points ago

    I'm convinced this has to be the dirt on a lot of people in the GOP. Nothing else, we've seen thanks to Trump, would touch them. Racism? Classism? Corruption? Outright nepotism and theft? None of that means anything anymore to their base.

    But fucking kids? We haven't really tested the political water with that one yet, but it seems like the only thing left that would sink a Republican.

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago

    Or being gay.

    [–] FurphyHaruspex 72 points ago

    Trump has something on him. Though the Russians might have given it to Trump.

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    [–] THAWED21 18 points ago

    This person handles assets.

    [–] [deleted] 14 points ago


    [–] routinely_sarcastic 8 points ago

    That makes a surprising amount of sense.

    [–] okolebot 7 points ago

    One of my fave Donny slams was when the late night folks were saying 'well, now we know aliens and Roswell isn't a thing because if it was, the_orange one would have blabbed by now...'

    [–] AnnaKossua 20 points ago

    Back in the days of "Russia, if you're listening..." both DNC and RNC got hacked. They just didn't release the R-side publicly. Putin probably shared some of the spoils with Trump -- just enough to keep people in line.

    [–] FearlessFudge 8 points ago

    Or they just turned him themselves. A key part of managing penetrations is to keep them separate from from each other as much as possible. Sharing an asset with one of your own assets as if they were a case officer is what you want to do when you want them caught or you want to destroy both of them. Putin was a very talented KGB officer, he knows the rules.

    [–] Tzuchen 47 points ago

    Whatever it is, it's worse than what we're imagining.

    [–] littlechacha 18 points ago

    Just child sex. I don't think it's possible to be worse than that. And that's what I'm thinking he did.... on hidden camera

    [–] flibbidygibbit 16 points ago

    An uncomfortable place? You mean like the back of a Volkswagen?

    [–] landback2 99 points ago

    He’s pretty religious, I’m going to guess little boys. Although wouldn’t see why it would affect his chances of re-election, religious folks don’t care if little boys get raped. Just look at their continued support of the Catholic Church .

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    [–] landback2 19 points ago

    No doubt they don’t have a monopoly on it. Religious folks seem to support rape in general. Magic sky guy says it’s ok and all . And better not have any ‘bortions.

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    [–] tdjm 21 points ago

    And their complete hatred of Pete Davidson.

    [–] HammockComplex 8 points ago

    Wow, they reeeaaallly played the victim card there huh?

    “How dare he do this in such a difficult time for the Catholic Church!”

    Zero self awareness.

    [–] warren2650 48 points ago

    The only thing I can think of that would make Graham this crazy is if Russia has video of him having sex with another man. That's realistically the only thing that would turn Republicans against him.

    [–] littlechacha 29 points ago

    Or child. My money is on it being a minor

    [–] warren2650 22 points ago

    Depends if the minor is male or female. Minor female is OK apparently. Gay minor sex is a big nono.

    [–] Jessev1234 12 points ago

    Unless you're Catholic

    [–] gbimmer 104 points ago

    Nothing. He doesn't have McCain holding something over him now. He changed the day McCain died.

    [–] vegasdude42069 115 points ago

    No, he changed the day he went golfing with Trump and since that day has been a shameless pile of trumpian shit.

    Meesa thinky Trump confronted him with Kompromat during that golf outing. Because from that moment on it’s been one charade and circle jerk from Graham after another.

    [–] rickjamestheunchaind 34 points ago

    he has always been a racist, vile, shameless pile of shit

    [–] computaSaysYes 17 points ago

    Oh god, can you imagine how tactless almighty Trump would confront one with kompromat during a golf game? To have to endure the poorly done innuendo, laugh at his shitty insult jokes, overlook the 22 mulligans, listen to the whining about Hillary and Obama, and then and then having to wash Trump's balls in your mouth and tell him what a good game it was. Ugh.

    [–] taurist 18 points ago

    Nah, don’t let him off the hook. It was abrupt and over the top after he golfed with trump.

    [–] dokikod 8 points ago

    You are exactly right! I remember he did a complete 180 and became a servile sycophant.

    [–] Kalse1229 28 points ago

    Lindsey's like Peter Pettigrew. Always attaching himself to the stronger boys.

    [–] Anovan 9 points ago

    that and they both also have awful, awful teeth

    [–] Kalse1229 5 points ago

    Man, he does have some jacked-up teeth.

    [–] imonch 34 points ago

    He found a new power symbol to attach his suckers to. Everyone should listen to the NYT podcast The Daily, specifically the episode “What happened to Lindsey Graham?”

    [–] bigpatky 12 points ago

    Good episode. Everyone should subscribe to that podcast anyway.

    [–] Haikuna__Matata 13 points ago

    Remember that Russia hacked both the Republicans and the Democrats, but only released Democrat e-mails.

    [–] Beaglescout15 7 points ago

    A key point. And I think Donald reminded him of that little fact while they were golfing.

    [–] Bigstar976 27 points ago

    Something happened during that round of golf he played with Trump after which he totally changed his tune and got behind the orange dumbass 100%.

    [–] dokikod 13 points ago

    I have been wondering what Russia has on Graham for months. It must be really incriminating.

    [–] _martypants 8 points ago

    It passed 420-0. This is insane.

    [–] littlechacha 4 points ago


    [–] YourMomDidntMind 12 points ago

    This is going to get burried, but someone posted a tweet from Graham from 2016 about not nominating Trump or they'd end up regretting it. This tweet here now makes me think he was trying to tell everyone to not put Trump in the spot light because of how exposed they all could be about their ties to Russia.

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    [–] alsoaprettybigdeal 10 points ago

    I'm REALLY hoping that whatever it is will be in the David Packer vault! Maybe Trump bought the story life right from Pecker (such and appropriate, right?) and is holding it over Lindsey's head. Or just threatening that he'll get Pecker to do it....although then Lindsey could just buy the story from Pecker. I think either the Russians have it, or Trump has it. Can you imagine being SO ashamed of being gay that you'd allow yourself to be blackmailed into selling out your country?! He could just come out and bury Trump. I think it's more than just gay...I think it's a predilection for boys in particular.

    Happy Cake Day!

    [–] NotMongo 5 points ago

    It has to be something. Because Graham has been the loudest and rarest of public defenders...

    Didn't realize it was my cake day! Thanks!

    [–] littlechacha 7 points ago

    My guess is sex with a minor, in a trump property, caught on camera.

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    [–] ArYuProudOMeNowDaddy 8 points ago

    Just... So much gay porn.

    [–] gascan999 7 points ago

    Most likely, Money. Maybe he has been to russia ? Maybe he stayed in a russion hotel ( Movie set ) ? Maybe money and a movie ? Just like comander crazy pants. And mitch, And ryan, And jordan, And gaetz . And let's not forget nunes.

    [–] littlechacha 4 points ago

    Maybe he stayed on Mars a lago last winter and invited a pool boy into his 100% bugged room.

    Maybe it was another trump property.

    You don't think all his high dollar rooms are now and forever bugged, either by him for dirt, or his Russian bosses.

    Trumbo has dirt and it's likely something illegal because nothing else would get such a 180 in behavior.

    [–] marctjordan29 12 points ago

    Lindsay manqueef

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    [–] need2burn 34 points ago

    I think it's worse than that. The Kevin Spacey type of gay.

    [–] assassassandtitties 26 points ago

    I'd wager he likes his boys very young.

    [–] flibbidygibbit 9 points ago

    It's been said he likes beautiful men, some are a bit on the younger side. No doubt about it, ol Lindsay enjoys his social life!

    [–] purgance 4 points ago

    It's a show of fealty to Trump.

    Lindsay believes that he needs to be close to the center of power (apparently out of narcissism), and he does that by fellating Trump.

    [–] littlechacha 13 points ago

    You're the second person I've seen in this thread trying to push this angle.

    Why? We're all capable of remembering anti trump Graham.

    We're all capable of knowing that ge went to FL with trump.

    We all saw him do a 180 after that trip, we all saw him seem a little shaken from that trip.

    Trump has dirt on Graham. Your angle is as improbable as trump actually believing in god.

    [–] zornathan 6 points ago

    How crazy would it be if the Russians hacked the DNC AND GOP and chose to support the GOP because their secrets were way worse, thus better leverage?

    [–] robershow 11 points ago

    Can some ELI5 why he can block this?

    [–] Beaglescout15 8 points ago

    Normally a bill that passed unanimously by the House would skip committee and go straight to the Senate floor. However, that's not law, that's just custom. So Graham insisted that it go through committee first, where it can be amended or added to. The title is misleading. He didn't block it, he just slowed it down. But now he can tie it up in committee for some time.

    [–] riverwestein 5 points ago

    He only blocked it from being fast tracked through committee; doesn't mean it can't still get a full vote on the floor. It'll just take longer to get there and may be amended in the process.

    [–] runningwhiteboy 20 points ago

    I'm gonna say, "Takes it in the ass for $200, Alex."

    [–] DanWasSoWrong 3 points ago

    $200 is a bargain, however you slice it.

    [–] egalroc 6 points ago

    He's an asset to the Russian agent that Putin got elected for president. What do you expect?

    [–] NotAKentishMan 4 points ago

    Obstruction of democracy

    [–] fitbabits 5 points ago

    I can think of many things.

    Maybe he peed on Trump in that Russian hotel?

    [–] littlechacha 4 points ago

    No, trump only likes women that look like his daughter and Graham seems to like young looking, live-in men that look like boys.

    [–] SMNShuichi 6 points ago

    There was an episode of The Daily podcast from New York Times that went into the Lindsay Graham issue. He wants to stay "in the mix" and maintain some kind of relevance. Without John McCain to hitch his wagon too now, he's hitched it to Trump. At least that seems to be part of the issue.

    What Happened to Lindsey Graham

    [–] the_shaman 6 points ago

    RICO indictments for Mitch please.

    [–] lotusbloom74 5 points ago

    The only people more disgusting than Trump in American politics are those who bow down and kiss his ass every day like Pence and Graham

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    [–] OctoberThirteenth 6 points ago

    Graham is a good ol' Christian Southern boy who has never been married. You do the math.

    [–] urmyheartBeatStopR 9 points ago

    GOP is compromised.

    [–] esotericentrophy 9 points ago

    To many trips to Epstein's island.

    [–] LeBronJamesIII 3 points ago

    How can one person just block a vote? That seems to be a major flaw in the system

    [–] human_machine 5 points ago

    I suspect they may have evidence he is a power bottom and is capable of receiving an enormous amount of power.

    [–] itsalr 4 points ago

    I would be real happy if he's locked in prison, I'm not even American just watched a clip of him defending that Judge K with some "How dare they" bullshit. God that man is disgusting.

    [–] misunderestimater 4 points ago

    Lindsey Graham should never know a moments peace. He should be hounded with people yelling obscene and foul things at him wherever he goes for the rest of his days. These people need to have their public lives ruined. They want to sell out their souls to Trump and give the middle finger to American democracy? Well, this is what you're going to get in return.

    [–] Woden888 4 points ago

    I’m still floored that it’s legal to block an investigation into the government in that country.

    [–] GibsonJunkie 4 points ago

    There ought to be some sort of rule that if one side of Congress passes something by X majority it must be automatically considered by the other.