Must See: Can Lindsey Graham Ever Be Trusted? Listen To What He Says About Biden Now Vs. Then

By Darren Nagel | Monday, 16 May 2022 09:30
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Senator Lindsey Graham has announced he was wrong to describe Joe Biden as “the best person” to lead the nation after the January 6 insurrection. However, in the Tweets below, you will see him praising, scolding, and then praising Biden again - all of the clips are from the past three years so which side of the mouth was he talking from and when?

Graham was recorded honoring Biden while speaking to New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin on the day of the riot itself - yet altered his tune Thursday throughout an interview on Fox News.

Anchor Jesse Watters questioned the South Carolina senator throughout an evening broadcast about whether he stood by his 2021 comments.

“I was wrong,” answered Graham, 66, who has been in the Senate since 2003.

Graham announced he had high hopes for the presidency of his friend - yet that they were dashed only months later after a series of disasters.

“I’ve known Joe for 30 years. He’s a nice guy, but he’s been a disaster as President.”

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The original quote of Graham urging Trump to resign and embracing Biden as a unifier was originally shared in a new book Martin wrote with his colleague at the Times, Alexander Burns, titled This Shall Not Pass. “We’ll actually come out of this thing stronger,” Graham announced to Martin on January 6, 2021.

“Moments like this reset. It’ll take a while. People will calm down. People will [say] ‘I don’t want to be associated with that.” This is a group within a group.

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But, Graham famously told Newsmax that Biden has been wrong all his life, he scolded his Senate partner - just look at the clip below in this Tweet.

Meanwhile, on January 6 he seems to have changed his tune talking about how great Biden is in this clip below.

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What this does, it’ll be a rallying effect for a while, where the nation says, “We’re better than this.”

When Martin questions if Biden will help bring the nation together after the insurrection, Graham answers: “Totally.”

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He’ll continue: “He may be maybe the best person to have, right?”

“I mean, how mad can you get at Joe Biden?”

Though in his interview with Watters Wednesday, Graham announced he had changed his mind over the past year.

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He was critical of Donald Trump’s part in the run-up to the Capitol Riot and announced he had expected Biden, 79, to calm the tensions. “This was literally happening on the day of January 6. And I was hoping he would bring us together,” Graham announced. “Common sense tells you you want the President to be successful.”

“But he has failed to bring us together. He has made us less safe. He’s ruined our economy. All the bad guys are moving around the world.”

“They didn’t do this on Trump’s watch because they were afraid of him.” “Nobody fears Joe Biden abroad, and at home his policies are failing.”

Graham stated he had been disappointed in his buddy, who spent 36 years in the Senate.

“I would have loved him to have been successful, but the truth of the matter is that he has not been,” stated Graham.

“So now it’s time to pick a new president in 2024.”

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