Fiddle Dee-Dee! Tomorrow Is Another Day For Lady-G

Eat-up, sodomites!

Guys, Senatorette Lady-G is in trouble! Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Democrat Jaime Harrison are statistically tied, 44% to 43%.

Senate Republicans are outperforming their well-funded Democratic rivals in Kentucky and Texas, while the chamber’s most vulnerable Democrat, Doug Jones of Alabama, trails his Republican challenger, former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville, by double digits, according to the latest Morning Consult Political Intelligence polling of likely voters in four states conducted from July 24 through Aug. 2. In South Carolina, the data shows a virtually tied contest between Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) — one of President Donald Trump’s top allies on Capitol Hill — and Jaime Harrison, the former state Democratic Party chairman.

That’s local polling, which I tend to think is valuable.

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4 Responses to Fiddle Dee-Dee! Tomorrow Is Another Day For Lady-G

  1. YellowDog says:

    Don Winslow (author, former private investigator, and producer of his own NeverTrump videos) claims to have the goods on Miss Lindsey, and is waiting until closer to election day for the big reveal. If true, Miss Lindsey’s October surprise may catch him with his pants down. Literally, figuratively, who knows?

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    • R White says:

      There are various stories (can’t verify the truthfulness of such) out there on instagram from known male escorts that go into detail lady g’s likes/dislikes and his otherwise freaky nature behind closed doors. If true, pretty damning revelations even for the most tolerant of people.

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  2. “Doug Jones of Alabama, trails his Republican challenger, former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville, by double digits,”

    So we now have the line in Aladamnbammy…kiddy diddlers are right out, kiddy diddler facilitators and financial frausters: A-otay!

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    • R White says:

      Given every opportunity, the state of my birth almost always manages to lower the bar of respectability and thus remain the national sad joke.

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