Trump Receives Death Threats From a Very Unexpected Source

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham thinks that former President Trump needs to “get over” the 2020 election, unless he wants to lose all his political clout.

“What I say to Trump is, do you want Jan. 6th to be your political obituary? If you do not get over it, it will be,’” he said to The NY Times during an interview released this Saturday.

The comments were referencing the Trump’s continued insistence that the 2020 election was “rigged.”

His focus on the 2020 election was very high in recent days due to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s “cyber symposium,” an event that featured data analysts being challenged to disprove the idea that the election was fixed.

Because Fox News did not air any video of the symposium, the president gave a comment Wednesday hitting out against the network.

“Fox does not understand that they are missing a bonanza by not showing the 2020 Fraud, the Crime of the Century, which is getting exposed every day. They are also harming our nation. People have stopped watching them!” he said.

Meanwhile, via Twitter, his spokeswoman, Liz Harrington, kept sharing clips from the live event.

As for Graham, it is not certain why the GOP senator chose to partner with the NY Times, a liberal news outlet that does whatever it can to support the Dem Party’s agenda and destroy conservatives.

Just consider their derogatory headline which they used in the article itself: “Tap Dancing With Donald Trump: Senator Graham’s Quest for Relevance.”

The whole piece is filled with scorn for the Senator and for the conservative values he is supposed to represent.

“Mr. Graham has turned into a frequent face on Fox News, denying systemic racism and calling federal assistance to Black farmers ‘reparations.’ He shared a video of himself using an AR-15 which he bought to protect himself from ‘gangs’ and forcefully supported Ms. Cheney’s expulsion from her leadership spot,” one section reads.

The implication being that he is a racist for not accepting the far-left’s anti-white narratives.

“He has supported the culture-war that he mocked before — recently saying that he would fight against students for attempting to block a Chick-fil-A from being built on campus after the anti-L.G.B.T.-rights politics of its corporate leaders were publicized,” another section says.

The implication is that the Senator is homophobic for supporting a private business whose leaders were Christians.

Author: Scott Dowdy