Oh, it’s happening.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), lion of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s confirmation bonanza, is making, with his new DNA test plan, another savvy move to capture some cameras and, just maybe, get some folks on the wrong side of the aisle to think.
It is not racist to test your DNA to find out how much Native American ancestry you have in your genetic record. We know that because feminist and intersectional liberal social justice icon Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-WTF) recently demonstrated so. And she proved to the 1/1024th degree that it’s not racist at all because Democrats.
So Sen. Graham is just following suit in his new project: testing his own DNA to see if he’s even more indigenous than she.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., is ready to show up Sen. Elizabeth Warren, saying Tuesday he plans to take a DNA test to find out whether he has more Native American heritage than she does.
“I’m going to take a DNA test,” Graham told “Fox and Friends” on Tuesday. “I’ve been told my grandmother was part Cherokee Indian. It may all just be talk.”
Graham said he would reveal the results on the show in a couple weeks.
Of course, you never know for sure how serious someone is until you hear them say it with your own ears, which is why we have this lovely video for you to watch.
“I’m taking it, and the results are gonna be revealed here. This is my Trump moment, this is reality TV,” said Graham.
When Brian Kilmeade asked him if he’d be asking President Trump for a million dollars, he said he wants “a casino and a million bucks.”
And lest some poor progressive liberal accidentally outside their bubble reads that line and thinks it racist, I offer once again the Elizabeth Warren buffer. Trading on her self-proclaimed Native American Woman of Color status — which she did a LOT in life — the good feminist, white, blonde, 1/1024 senator once contributed recipes to a cookbook titled “Pow Wow Chow,” so… yeah, Graham is pretty safe with the casino comment.
Oh, that cookbook is very real, doubters. Look it up.
And tune in for Lindsey Graham’s DNA race, either on Fox or here at PJM. Personally, I can hardly wait.