Lindsey Graham Pushes QAnon Conspiracy Theory To Defend Trump


After finding himself flustered and at a loss on how to continue to defend Trump, Graham went “full Alex Jones.”

South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham, a staunch Trump supporter, seemed at a loss on how to proceed in defending President Trump on the Ukrainian scandal earlier this week and suggested that the whistleblower is from the “deep state,” according to the Rolling Stone

Graham was asked if he had read portions of recent transcripts of the ongoing impeachment inquiry, to which he responded, “I’ve written the whole process off. I think this is a bunch of B.S.”

Yet, he also claimed that Trump and his associates are to incompetent to even attempt the extortion plan, saying that the administrations’s Ukraine policy was “incoherent,” adding, “They seem to be incapable of forming a quid pro quo.”

The Trump sycophant then suggested that the whistleblower is part of the “deep state”, a fictional conspiracy theory that claims that high-ranking democratic officials and liberal celebrities run a global child sex-trafficking ring, while accusing Democratic House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff of wrongdoing.

“When you find out who is the whistleblower is, I’m confident, you’re gonna find out it’s somebody from the deep state. You’re gonna find out find they had interactions with [Adam] Schiff and this thing’s gonna stink to high heaven,” Graham told Trump alley and Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo. . 

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Darren Woon writes for "The Intellectualist"? Does that mean that he is an intellectual? Probably not. Why? Consider the following sentence... "Yet, he also claimed that Trump and his associates are to incompetent to even attempt..." It looks like Darren is TOO incompetent to use proper grammar to display his "intellectualness". Come on, Darren... intellectuals at least know how to properly use "to" versus "too".

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