“Well, I’m glad I got it. Ninety-two percent of people in hospitals in South Carolina are unvaccinated,” he told the crowd of Republican activists who booed him.
Carlson also may have been tweaking his fellow Fox star Sean Hannity, who has hosted Graham dozens of times for friendly chats on his show this year.
Carlson called Lindsey Graham, who was about to appear on Hannity’s show, a coward right before handing the reins over to Sean, who claimed not to hear him.
He announced a deal with his right hand and yanked it back with his left in what would be an exercise in raw power, except it’s far from clear he has the power to pull it off.
The party’s patient careerists believe that swallowing their pride and sublimating their anger, opinions and even familial loyalties is the way to win the long game. It’s pathetic.
“We just elected a two-term African-American president; the vice president is of African-American and Indian descent. So our systems are not racist,” Graham declared on Fox News.
The president’s son got his revenge on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Thursday night, calling Donald Trump Jr.’s hypocrisy “wildly comical” and Lindsey Graham’s attacks “just sad.”