>>Grahamnestys days are numbered
That’s what people thought the last time he stood for election. If (BIG if) the state GOP doesn’t protect Grahamnesty from a primary challenge like last time, SC is an open primary state; so the Dhimmis won’t run a candidate and will just have all their people vote in the GOP primary for the “best Democrat they could hope for”. Add to that the warchest that Grahamnesty will have amassed and it’s not going to be easy to remove him.
I doubt Dems will want to vote in a GOP primary.
They might also want to boost the challenger thinking they can beat him (which they can’t) in November.
Yes, it’s going to be difficult with his war chest of special interest cash but we’re going to force him to campaign and give him a bloody nose and you never know what can happen.