Graham Announced On Twitter That He Filed Paperwork To Appear On The Ballot For US Senate, Asked “Will You Stand With Me?” Americans Answered Him

Ha! That didn't work out so well!


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South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham is one of many Trump sycophants whose behind is on the chopping block come election season this year and it’s already been revealed that the odds aren’t in the man’s favor. Even less so I’d imagine, now that he’s literally attempted to screw the American public over in favor of big corporations every chance he gets in regard to the stimulus package meant to give some financial relief to us average Joes as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hit us right where it hurts — even going so far as to say today that he wants unemployment benefits cut by $7 an hour.

Frankly, I’d be surprised if his mama voted for him at this point.

Nevertheless, Graham is marching forward in his bid to serve another term in the US Senate, destroying America as we know it at every given opportunity.

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In an effort to remind us all that he’s up for reelection in the coming months, the South Carolina senator took to his Twitter account recently with a video announcing that he filed the paperwork necessary to get his name on the upcoming ballot for a US Senate candidate.

“It’s official: Today, I filed paperwork to appear on the ballot as a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate! Will you stand with me? Click here:” Graham’s tweet reads with a link to his campaign website.

In the video, Graham brags about his paperwork, makes mention of the pandemic that’s literally killing thousands in the United States and around the globe, tells us all to pray, and then asks for our support in his upcoming election.

To say the least, Twitter users wasted no time in answering his question:

He had to have known that wasn’t going to work in his favor.

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