Republican Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) may be in trouble after his testimony to the Fulton County special grand jury looking into election tampering in the 2020 presidential election, according to a former Georgia lawmaker.
Graham, a key Trump ally, recently appeared before the grand jury after failing to quash a subpoena where he was expected to be asked about calls he made to Georgia election officials seeking a better outcome for Donald Trump after his electoral defeat in the state.
During an appearance on MSNBC’s “The Katie Phang Show,’ former Georgia state senator Jen Jordan said that Graham has reasons to be worried.
After addressing the upcoming Georgia election run-off to fill a still-pending U.S. Senate seat, Phang pivoted to the Fulton County probe:
“While I have you here, Senator Lindsey Graham testified before a Georgia special grand jury this past week. That grand jury is investigating efforts by Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the 2020 election results,” Phang told Jordan.
“Fulton County prosecutors wanting to question Lindsey Graham about phone calls he made to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in the weeks after the election,” the MSNBC host added. “Jan, should Lindsey Graham be worried about his legal exposure?”
“Yeah, they all should be,” Jordan replied. “Look, the way that the district attorney in Fulton County has been putting together this case, kind of brick-by-brick, clearly from my perspective it looks like they’re trying to build a RICO case that is really problematic for anybody who is involved.”
“That is the whole point with RICO,” she explained. “If you are just kind of one of the bricks, one of the cogs, one of the people who did something to move the conspiracy along, and you are gonna get caught up in it.’
“The district attorney has been very very serious about this. If I were Lindsey Graham, if I were any of these folks, Rudy Giuliani, I would be incredibly worried.”
Watch the segment below: