Lindsey Graham blasts corporate America and says Georgia GOP has seen big loss ...

'Have you lost your mind?' Lindsey Graham blasts corporate America and says Georgia has seen a major loss in corporate campaign donations following passage of new voting law Graham said companies are 'intimidated' Graham spoke at party fundraiser; says 18 companies decided not to give to GOP Georgia faced calls for boycott after GOP Gov. Brian Kemp signed restrictive election law Joe Biden compared it to Jim Crow on steroids Graham said he was giving $75,000 from his own campaign to state GOP Comments come as House GOP set to clash over Liz Cheney and   Texas passed its own voting restrictions Friday 

By Geoff Earle, Deputy U.S. Political Editor For Dailymail.com

Published: 16:10 BST, 7 May 2021 | Updated: 16:10 BST, 7 May 2021

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Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina ripped corporations who joined a boycott over Georgia's new election restrictions – and complained that corporate contributions to the Republican Party are drying up.

Graham, a fierce Donald ally, went on the attack during an appearance on Sean Hannity's program on Fox. He blasted the boycott – even as he said it was having in impact by keeping donors away from the state Republican Party since Gov. Brian Kemp signed into law new voter ID restrictions on absentee ballots, drop boxes, and other voting aspects. 

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'They are trying to intimidate corporate America to abandon the Republican Party,' Graham fumed, where during the 2020 elections he pleaded for donations to his own Senate reelection campaign. 

Sen. Lindsey Graham said boycott efforts in Georgia were trying to 'intimidate' people. He said 18 companies decided not to give to Georgia state GOP amid the pressure

Sen. Lindsey Graham said boycott efforts in Georgia were trying to 'intimidate' people. He said 18

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