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Graham Rips Hirono During Barr Hearing

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., let annoying Hawaii Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono know just what he thought of her line of questioning as her time expired during a Judiciary Committee hearing featuring Attorney General Robert Barr.

“You have slandered this man from top to bottom,” Graham told Hirono. “If you want more of this you’re not going to get it. If you want to ask him questions, you can.”

HIrono replied: “You certainly have your opinion and I have mine.”

Hirono had earlier called President Trump a “grifter” and said Barr should resign.

“Mr. Barr, now the American people know that you’re no different than Rudy Giuliani or Kellyanne Conway or any of the other people who sacrificed their once-decent reputation for the grifter and liar who sits in the Oval Office,” Hirono said. “Being attorney general of the United States is a sacred trust. You have betrayed that trust. America deserves better. You should resign.”

8 Responses to Graham Rips Hirono During Barr Hearing

  1. She’s an awful person. And they think President Trump is an awful person? What they are doing to Attorney General Barr is despicable. Not unlike what they did to Judge Kavanaugh.

  2. Annoying? How polite.
    The lady from Hawaii spent her allotted time atacking MrBarr in a way that was mean-spirited, demeaning, and spiteful.

    Aside: The noisy women in Congress who seem to find a way to publically vent their hatred of men in general aren’t doing themselves any favors.

  3. Well, we can say that Hirono doesn’t try to hid her fanatic, lefty, nasty tempered, angry self, does she? Does she have no friends who can tell her she is making a fool of herself in full public view? Apparently not.

  4. Honestly, when she said that, Barr should have closed his folder, looked her straight in the eye and said, “Are you referring to the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?” And then waited till she confirmed it. Then, he should have politely advised the committee that the hearing was over.