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Lindsey Graham – “Domestic Enemy”

Lindsey Graham _ Enemy to the Constitution
Lindsey Graham _ Enemy to the Constitution

By Shorty Dawkins

Lindsey Graham has shown himself unfit to be President of the United States, (or, for that matter, a US Senator). I give you his own words as evidence for my assertion. In speaking before a Republican gathering in Concord, New Hampshire, (where he is judging his political strength in a possible run for the Presidency), he said the following:

“And here’s the first thing I would do if I were president of the United States. I wouldn’t let Congress leave town until we fix this. I would literally use the military to keep them in if I had to. We’re not leaving town until we restore these defense cuts. We are not leaving town until we restore the intel cuts.”

It is truly mind-boggling to hear a US Senator say those words. You can hear him for yourself here.

What Lindsey Graham is advocating is none other than the destruction of the Constitution and our Republic, in blatant terms. He is saying he would use the military to force Congress to restore the budget cuts to the military and intelligence services. Quite simply, he is saying he would use military force to pass legislation he supports. This is what happens in a dictatorship, not in a Constitutional Republic.

Vox News, in an article about his words, had this to say:

“What Lindsey Graham is proposing is to physically force members of Congress to vote how he commands. His plan violates constitutional separation of powers in just about the most extreme way imaginable, by forcing the executive branch’s will on the legislature. And it is a pretty safe bet that Senate rules do not grant the president authority to have the 101st Airborne Division occupy the Capitol until Congress votes the way he wants.

“Graham’s proposal is so astonishing that it’s pretty much impossible to believe that’s what he really meant. He is a mainstream politician and an attorney who served as an Air Force JAG. Surely — surely — he is not actually proposing such an unconstitutional action.”

Some might say he misspoke. His own spokesperson has clarified to Bloomberg that when Graham said “I would literally use the military to keep them in if I had to,” that statement was “not to be taken literally.”. So, when are we to take his words literally? Does he ever mean what he says? Or is he to be taken literally only when it suits him?

Lindsey Graham is advocating treason, pure and simple. Not content with the political process laid out in our Constitution, the Supreme Law of the Land, he advocates using the military to enforce his own agenda. Lindsey Graham should be ashamed of himself. An apology to the American people is in order, but more than an apology is needed. It is time for Senator Graham to give up his quest for the Presidency and to resign as the Senator from South Carolina. He obviously has no respect, or belief in, our Constitution and our Republic. He took an Oath “to support and defend the Constitution from all enemies both foreign and domestic”. It seems to me that he is one of those domestic enemies of the Constitution.

For the Republic,

Shorty Dawkins


Shorty Dawkins



  1. @ Shorty, I agree 100% with everything you said!

    (probably the shortest comment I have ever made)

  2. So, when are the people of S.C. going to remove this miscreant, poor excuse for a senator??? I understand he is also one of the ones, 4 R’s, voting to approve the nomination of Loretta Lynch. Pretty sad these folks don’t want to acknowledge the harm they are doing to this nation.

  3. If he is in the military how can he berate his commander as he does? Seems to be against the military code.

  4. Hmmm, our jurors can be put behind closed doors until they come to a decision. Why not the members of congress. We all know he can’t do that…so….

  5. Lindsey Gramnesty is a useless pant-load who has duped the people of SC for way too long. It’s time the SC patriots push hard to get out the vote to send this guy in to a well deserved life of ineffective uselessness.

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