Fox Business’ Lous Dobbs had some harsh words for Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) during his show on Friday, the Washington Examiner reported.
Dobbs, while a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump, is extremely unhappy with the way Graham has been leading the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Where’s the subpoena?
Dobbs expressed his displeasure with Graham on a number of issues, including Graham’s decision not to subpoena the heads of Twitter and Facebook.
Graham’s Senate Judiciary Committee was one of the first to suggest subpoenaing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over how the companies censored the New York Post’s report about former Vice President Joe Biden’s possible involvement in his son Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings.
Graham, thus far, has decided against such a subpoena, instead giving Dorsey and Zuckerberg the option to voluntarily testify. And it appears that they are going to — but not until after the election.
Dobbs thinks Graham didn’t go nearly far enough.
“I don’t know why anyone in the great state of South Carolina would ever vote for Lindsey Graham,” Dobbs said. “It is just outrageous.”
Dobbs was also outraged by Graham’s handling of his Senate committee’s investigation into how the Russia collusion investigation began. Dobbs pointed out that Graham has, on a number of occasions, suggested that something big was about to happen here, but nothing ever has.
“This is a guy who keeps saying ‘stay tuned,’” Dobbs said. “He said he would get to the bottom of Obamagate with the Judiciary Committee, which has been a year and a half, actually longer, of absolute inert response to these pressing issues of our day.”
Dobbs continued, “Graham has betrayed President Trump at almost every turn. He has betrayed the American people and his oath of office. He’s done absolutely nothing to investigate Obamagate except to tell everyone, ‘Stay tuned.’ Time and time again, ‘Stay tuned.’ Sen. Graham needs to be tuned out in South Carolina.”
Those are certainly some harsh words for Graham. Do the people of South Carolina agree? We’ll find out soon enough.