Graham doubles down on Putin’s “assassination” remarks by calling for him to be eliminated “by any means possible”.

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Senator Lindsey Graham doubled down on his call for the Russian people to assassinate President Vladimir Putin with blackmail to eliminate him “by any means possible”. Clock:

“Yes, the Russian people are not our enemy,” Graham said on Fox & Friends. “I’m convinced it’s a one-man problem surrounded by a few people.”

“So, at the end of the day, Brian, how does this end?” he asked. “We don’t go there in Ukraine. We know if he attacks a NATO nation we will have World War III. I don’t think he will.”

“This will end when he’s charged with a war crime, Putin and his cronies, and we’ll catch him one day leaving Russia,” he continued. “But the best way to end this is to have an Eliot Ness or a Wyatt Earp in Russia, sort of the Russian Spring where people are standing up and tearing it down. Because if he continues to be your leader, he will make you complicit in war crimes.”

“You are a good people,” he continued. “You will never have a future. They are isolated from the world and left in abject poverty. So I hope someone in Russia understands that they are destroying Russia and you need to take this guy down by any means necessary.”

Senator Lindsey Graham appeared on Thursday night’s “Hannity” and urged the Russian people to assassinate Putin.

“How does this end?” he asked. “Someone in Russia has to put themselves at the top. Is there a brute in Russia? Is there a more successful one? Colonel Stauffenberg in the Russian military?”

“This can only end my friend if someone in Russia takes out this guy,” he continued. “You would be doing your country a great service and a great service to the world.”

Graham also repeated his appeal to the Russian people on Twitter.

“The only people who can fix this are the Russians,” he added. “Easier said than done. If you don’t want to live in darkness for the rest of your life, be isolated from the rest of the world in abject poverty and live in darkness, you have to put yourself at the top.”

Putin’s press secretary responded to Graham’s call for the Russian leader’s assassination as a “hysterical escalation of Russophobia.”

“Nowadays not everyone manages to stay sober, I would even say sane, and many are going insane,” the Russian spokesman said.

Dmitry Peskov, the Russian press secretary, is one of several Putin associates who have been targeted sanctions by the Biden administration, including visa bans.

Graham’s demand for the assassination of the Russian President was met bipartisan condemnation. Even Rep. Ilhan Omar pleaded for US officials to be more responsible with their language. It is that Poorly. Graham doubles down on Putin’s “assassination” remarks by calling for him to be eliminated “by any means possible”.

Jake Nichol

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