Failed presidential candidate Lindsey Graham has been a sore loser ever since he was forced to remove himself from the Republican primary race, but who can blame him when the man who beat him is an orange-tinted blowhard named Donald J. Trump?
Though many of the losing candidates bowed in expected fealty to their new king, Graham’s soft-spoken person refused to do so. Even now, Graham continues to speak out against both major candidates, saying that Clinton’s leadership is lacking and Trump’s competency is nonexistent.
In his most recent rant, Graham used the popular reference in this election cycle and said that the 2016 election was making him want to move somewhere more northern with cheese-curd-covered fries and Timbits.
“It makes me want to move to Canada.”
Lindsey offered this weak observation on Wednesday’s presidential forum, saying that Clinton’s response to putting troops in syria was “disappointing,” and going after Trump for his positive comments on Russian president Putin.
While we can’t say that we disagree with the spirit of Graham’s wish to move to our more cozy neighbor (I mean have you SEEN that hunk of a Prime Minister?), we know that Canada doesn’t deserve such cruel treatment. You stay here, Graham, and we’ll go to the land of socialized healthcare and maple syrup.