Graham Is Off To Syria; Trump Links Rubio To San Bernadino Accomplice

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA — Moments after Sen. Lindsey Graham (R.-SC) dropped out of the GOP presidential race earlier today, a solitary reporter spotted mega-billionaire Donald Trump here in The Palmetto State, scrambling to pick up every angry white Baptist male with only a high school education who had previously promised his unwavering support to the bachelor senator.


For his part, Sen. Graham left immediately for Syria, where he told his campaign staff that he would fight ISIS. Graham, a defense hawk, repeatedly demanded during his campaign that US deploy ground troops  to Syria to fight Daesh.


Trump tried to explain to Graham’s supporters here that he’s a Baptist after all, rather than an occasional Presbyterian. 


Trump also linked one of his chief rivals, 44-year old Marco Rubio (TP-Florida) with Enrique Marquez, who made a court appearance today in California in connection with his illegal provision of assault weapons to the man who killed 14 people in San Bernadino.


“They [anyone with a Latino name] are all murderers,” Trump insisted.


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