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- Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina shrugged off a protester with a quip as he walked to his car.
- Graham appeared unfazed by the shouting protester and encouraged her visit his home state.
- “Yeah, please move to South Carolina,” Graham said with a smile. “I hope you come, you’d be welcome in South Carolina.”
- Hundreds of protesters showed up in force this week at Senate office buildings amid the procedural vote for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Friday.
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina shrugged off a protester with a quip of his own as he walked to his car at Capitol Hill on Friday.
A female protester followed closely behind Graham’s entourage shouting, “your own white privilege patriarchy,” and threatened to vote him out of office.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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