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Would Lindsey Graham really 'regret' investigating the Bidens?

The following is an excerpt from Blaze Media’s Capitol Hill Brief email newsletter:

On Friday, former vice president and current Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said that he was “angered” that Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Lindsey Graham would dare look into his and his son’s dealings in the Ukraine, telling CNN that "Lindsey is about to go down in a way that I think he's going to regret his whole life.” President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani accused Biden of threatening Graham and compared the former vice president to the mafia.

But is he really going to regret it? Let’s look at the facts. Graham, who asked the State Department for Biden-related records the day before, is the third Senate committee chairman to start looking into the issue, behind Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley and Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson.

Given the questions that people already had about Hunter Biden’s employment on the board of Burisma and the several things that we’ve since learned about Biden’s employment, the company’s receipt of federal bailout funds, and what went on at the Obama administration’s State Department while Biden was on the Burisma board, it’s safe to say that the only regrettable action for Graham and his colleagues would be to ignore the growing pile of suspicious information.

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