Grand Jury Subpoena
The Charleston Post & Courier wrote a scathing editorial against South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham. It starts with common sense.
“U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham’s claim that he called Georgia Secretary of State Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in the days following the 2020 presidential election because he was curious about how the state verified absentee voters never made sense.”
Graham refuses to tell the truth. He is refusing to testify. He is willfully ignoring a valid subpoena.
“The surprise — the latest in a growing list of disappointing surprises — was Mr. Graham’s refusal to do his duty as a citizen of the United States and comply with a subpoena to testify.”
Our Senator now claims the subpoena violates the Constitution. He is a lawyer. He knows better. He is a witness to a possible crime. He should voluntarily be willing to testify. In any event, he must comply with the valid subpoena. Nelson Mullins attorneys Matt Austin and Bart Daniel have a difficult job to convince a judge to allow Lindsey special immunity from testifying.