Jaime Harrison Mocks “Sad” Lindsey Graham for Ducking Latest Debate

There are a lot of things going wrong for Lindsey Graham right now. The South Carolina senator has been getting crushed fundraising wise and has taken to regularly begging for donations on Fox News.

Graham is also up against a really tough challenger in Jaime Harrison. And Harrison has been getting under the senator’s skin in the worst way.  The democratic challenger when viral during their first debate when he brought his own plexiglass divider.

The men were set to debate again tonight. Graham decided not to participate. The incumbent senator has decided that it is more important to be in Washington DC to concentrate on the Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination process.

Harrison wasn’t about the let Graham live the decision down. He told SiriusXM’s Laura Coates:

“This is probably the most historic Senate race in the history of this state, and to have Sen. Graham ducking and dodging [the debate] is really sad, but it’s a testament to who he is. He believes that he represents the interest in Washington, D.C., instead of representing the interests of the people in South Carolina. And that’s why he’s on the verge of getting that one-way ticket back home.”

The challenger continued, “We are building something because we are focusing like a laser on the people in the state. As I said so many times on this campaign trail, we’re about to close the chapter on the old South and write a brand new book called the new South, one that is bold, that is inclusive and diverse.”

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Jaime Harrison Rips Lindsey Graham Over his “Good Old Days of Segregation” Comments

Lindsey Graham has typically had an easy road to reelection since joining the United States senate in 2002. But his toadyism towards Donald Trump has made him one of the most unpopular lawmakers in America.

Graham’s race against Jaime Harrison is now being watched by people all over the country. Incredible amounts of money are coming into the Harrison campaign which has led to Graham repeatedly begging for money on Fox News.

And now, with this being such a high profile race, every move the South Carolina senator makes is scrutinized. Graham certainly didn’t help himself with comments he made during Wednesday’s Amy Coney Barrett hearing.

The South Carolina lawmaker asked the Supreme Court hopeful, “Do you think Brown vs. Board’s Super-precedent. Is that, you’re not aware of any effort to go back to the good old days of segregation?”

Harrison quickly seized on the matter, sharing a video of the comments on his Twitter page. The Democrat wrote, “Lindsey Graham just called segregation ‘the good old days.’ The good old days for who, Senator? It’s 2020, not 1920. Act like it.”

The senate hopeful followed with another tweet that read, “When someone shows you who they are, believe them.”

Graham quickly moved into damage control over the controversy. The GOP lawmaker told reporters:

“It was with deep sarcasm that I suggested that some legislative body would want to yearn for the good old days of segregation. he point that I’m trying to make — there is nobody in America in the legislative arena wanting to take us back to that dark period in American history. For my opponent to suggest that says far more about him than me.”

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JAIME FEDEN: Timeline of Bethel Park woman’s disappearance, man’s alleged confession of her murder

BETHEL PARK, Pa.John Chapman is behind bars facing multiple charges, including kidnapping, in connection with the disappearance of a Bethel Park woman who hasn’t been seen since Sept. 15.

A day after her family reported her missing, Chapman, 39, allegedly confessed to murdering Jaime Feden, 33, in a desert near Las Vegas.

>>RELATED: Who is John Chapman: Man who told police he left local woman to die in Vegas desert

After Chapman allegedly confessed to leaving her to die, Channel 11 spoke with family members to get a better understanding of the timeline that led to this point.

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NOTE: This information is based on family’s communication with Channel 11 reporters, along with a police criminal complaint that outlines what Chapman allegedly told officers. He has NOT been charged with homicide at this point and Feden’s body has not officially been identified by police.


  • Jaime Feden is last seen by her family and friends in Bethel Park.

Jaime Feden was last seen Sept. 15, 2019. Bethel Park police have asked for the public’s assistance finding her. (11/15/19)
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SEPTEMBER 18-22 (approximate dates)


  • Feden and Chapman arrive in Las Vegas, Nevada on Chapman’s premise that they are taking a trip.


  • Chapman convinces Feden to drive into the desert for a photo shoot. He binds Feden’s hands and feet with zip ties and ties her to a signpost. Chapman also duct tapes her mouth and nose, causing her to suffocate and die.
  • Chapman then removes the tape, the zip ties and Feden’s clothing and leaves her near the signpost in Nevada before driving back to Bethel Park.


  • The Las Vegas Sheriff’s Office finds a woman dead in the desert, named “Jane Doe” because her remains are not identified.
  • The body matches many of Feden’s physical characteristics.

OCTOBER 7-13 (approximate dates)

  • Chapman uses Feden’s cellphone to send messages to her family, pretending to be her.
  • Her family grows increasingly worried, knowing her “tumultuous past” with Chapman.


  • Feden’s friend calls Bethel Park police for a welfare check. Police find duct tape and zip ties in Feden’s empty home.
  • Police interview Feden’s friend and learn Chapman texted her pretending to be Feden.



  • Bethel Park police interview Chapman early Friday morning and he confesses to murdering her.
  • Maureen says her husband calls her around 6 a.m. Friday and confesses to murdering Feden. “I killed her because I had to,” John Chapman says, according to Maureen. 
  • Chapman is arrested in connection with her disappearance, facing multiple charges — including kidnapping. He is not, however, charged with homicide because police have not identified Feden’s remains.



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