On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Judicial Crisis Network President Carrie Severino explain why Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has changed the way he's felt about voting for a Supreme Court nominee during an election year.
"Lindsey Graham, who's now Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, everyone remembers his really fiery response during that second (Kavanaugh) hearing where he really went off on the way the Democrats were using these hearings. And for people who aren't Senate watchers, if that was even more notable, if you know Lindsey Graham, because this is someone who, for so many decades, had just he was always trying to reach across the aisle, wanted to help Democrats, as he would say, I voted for Sotomayor. I voted for Kagan. This is the guy who was trying to be middle of the line on judges. And that was it. That's the moment he got woke to what was really going on. You can't appease the Democrats on this because they are not willing to play ball. They're not going to say, oh you voted for our guy, we'll be nice if this person's really qualified, we'll vote for them. No, it is take no prisoners. And they really went hard after Kavanaugh in such unfair ways. I think what we're all worried about is, of course, they're gearing up to do the same thing again. And it's hard to imagine a world that is less civil than was going on in 2018, but we might be living in it."