Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is predicting that if the Democrats are unable to secure an early nomination for the presidency, it will lead to the demise of the party as it has been historically known.
“You’re seeing the demise of the Democratic Party that your grandfather and grandmother knew,” Graham told Fox News on Tuesday.
Graham argued with different Democrats winning in each early contest, it will make it hard for the Democrats to quickly nominate a candidate at their convention. “If you can’t find a nomination on the first round of voting, the Democratic Party as we know it is going to completely implode,” Graham reasoned.
“You’re going to go to this convention with Biden basically collapsed. Somebody’s going to fill that lane, it’s not going to be Amy Klobuchar, it’s going to be (Michael) Bloomberg.”
Speaking to the potential further division of the Democratic Party, Sen. Graham made the observation that if Bloomberg was to get the party’s nomination, he would most likely “lose the Bernie people.”