(FixThisNation.com) – On Sunday, Senator Graham stated that he was not concerned about his testimony to the grand jury in Georgia in the case relating to the attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results.
In an interview with ABC, Graham was asked whether he was concerned about possible charges of perjury that could be brought forth against him. However, Graham states that he did not have any concerns. He noted that the grand jury analysis found that there was no widespread fraud within the state. He added that while there was no evidence of voter fraud, he still thought that mail voting has problems.
Graham said that as Senator he had to make a decision on whether or not the election should be validated, which is why it was reasonable for him to call the secretary of state of Georgia. He noted that during the phone call, he had asked some tough questions but ultimately he was convinced that he needed to certify the election results in Georgia.
A close ally to Trump, Graham attempted to block the subpoena that would have him testify at first, but the Supreme Court asserted that his position as Senator did not exempt him from having to testify. Graham’s testimony before the grand jury lasted for two hours.
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