Lindsey Graham Fires Back at Russians-’See You in the Hague’

Russia’s Interior Ministry has issued an arrest warrant for Sen. Lindsey Graham after he met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and praised U.S. military aid to Ukraine as “the best money we’ve ever spent,” according to Reuters.

What got the ball rolling on the warrant being issued was A video of Graham meeting with Zelensky shows Graham saying, “Russians are dying” and later adding, “It’s the best money we ever spent.”

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Critics say that the footage showed that Senator Graham made the comments during two parts of the meeting, which Zelensky’s office edited to appear immediately after each other.

In the first clip, he acknowledged the success of U.S. military aid to Ukraine in helping to  slow off Russia’s advance, hailing it as “the best money we’ve ever spent.”

Later, in another clip, he recalled that many initially believed Ukraine would survive just three days of Moscow’s onslaught, noting that “the Russians are dying.”

When asked about it, Graham said the warrant was a “badge of honor.”

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“I will wear the arrest warrant issued by Putin’s corrupt and immoral government as a badge of honor,” Graham said in a statement. “To know that my commitment to Ukraine has drawn the ire of Putin’s regime brings me immense joy. I will continue to stand with and for Ukraine’s freedom until every Russian soldier is expelled from Ukrainian territory.”

Graham challenged his “Russian ‘friends’ who want to arrest and try me for calling out the Putin regime.”

“I will submit to the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court if you do. Come and make your best case. See you in The Hague!” he said.

Dmitry Peskov, a Kremlin spokesperson, slammed Graham saying,

“It’s difficult to imagine a greater shame for a country than having such senators,” he said.

Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council, called Lindsay Graham, 67, of South Carolina, an “old fool” who “shouldn’t have done that.”

“Mr. Medvedev, if you want Russians to stop dying in Ukraine, withdraw. Stop the invasion. Stop the war crimes. The truth is that you and Putin could care less about Russian soldiers,” Graham told Reuters.

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