Senate Judiciary Committee member Lindsey Graham ripped Democrats who he said are "making a mockery of [the] 'advise & consent'" tradition in the Senate with their treatment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.

On "The Ingraham Angle," Laura Ingraham asked Graham (R-S.C.) what tactic Democrats might employ next to stymie a Supreme Court pick.

"Think of the dumbest idea and they'll do it," Graham said. "If they ever write a book about overplaying their hand in politics, this is the first chapter."

Graham said the FBI probe followed the wishes of the small group of senators who expressly asked for it before choosing whether they'd vote to confirm Kavanaugh.

Now that the probe has been completed, Ingraham pointed out, Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) has called it a "bulls**t investigation" and Sen. Edward Markey (D-Mass.) has called it a "cover-up."


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"To my good friends, is this advise and consent?" he asked of the two Democrats. "Your view of the Senate's role is to take a good man's life and turn it upside down."

"That's not advise and consent, that's despicable," Graham said of Democrats' actions during the confirmation process. "[This] might blow up in your face -- I hope it does."

"Let me tell it to my friend Bob, what y'all have done is bulls**t," Graham added, borrowing Menendez' choice of expletive.

Graham said that protesters hassling Republicans in the halls of Congress "won't work" with him.

Addressing top Democrat Sen. Charles Schumer of New York, Graham said, "I've never been more disappointed in you and your party."


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