Graham Ups the Ante

By: John Semmens

Following up on his earlier demand that President Biden send assassins to kill Russian President Vladimir Putin, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) went on “Fox and Friends” and called for “a broader net to be cast. It is shameful that our country is not unified behind the President in this time of war. Public figures who could and should be rallying the people behind his efforts to defeat Putin are going public with statements that sow doubt and distrust of his strategy.”

Admitting that he doesn’t yet have a comprehensive list, Graham named “Tucker Carlson, Tulsi Gabbard, and Donald Trump as highly visible targets whose elimination by US government agents would shock the American people into a sensible attitude toward the war.”

Graham dismissed fears of Russian retaliation as “implausible. Look, they can’t even subdue Ukraine. Russia is going to lose the war. Our jumping in on the winning side is the smart thing to do. We all need to be united on this idea. Everyone needs to know we mean business, especially Xi. Us taking out Putin and showing no mercy toward our own domestic traitors will send a fearsome message to the rest of the world.”

In related news, Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) is urging President Biden to declare war on Ethiopia. “The genocide being carried out by the current regime needs to be stopped,” he demanded. “The detonation of a single low-yield nuclear device on that nation’s capital should do the trick. It would also serve as a clear warning to Russia that they could be next if they don’t withdraw from Ukraine.” Menendez called his idea “a lower risk path to world domination than the lame-brained ideas of Sen. Graham.”

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