'Rick & Morty' Writer 'Thanks' Lindsey Graham for Reminding Her Why It's Important to Vote

Lindsey Graham is reminding Rick & Morty writer Caitie Delaney about the importance of voting in the upcoming election.

Delaney shared a tweet from Politics Video Channel Twitter account, which read, "Lindsey Graham: 'If we lose the House, the Senate, and the White House, They're going to abolish the Electoral College.'"

"He keeps on reminding us how important it is to vote!!," she wrote on Monday evening, in response to Graham's statement. "Thank you Lindsey!!"

He keeps on reminding us how important it is to vote!! Thank you Lindsey!! https://t.co/YQZF0PYcyR

— caitie delaney (@caitiedelaney) October 12, 2020

The quote came from an appearance the South Carolina senator made on Fox News' Sunday Morning Futures while chatting with host Maria Bartiromo yesterday. "If we lose the House, the Senate, and the White House, they're going to change the rules of the Senate, Maria, so you only need a majority," Graham said.

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"Anything coming out of the House goes to the Senate. They're going to expand the Court from nine to whatever number they need to make it liberal. They're going to abolish the Electoral College, which means New York and California pick our president. They're going to change America."

Graham also emphasized this belief that if Joe Biden wins the election, Republicans could potentially lose the Senate majority, along with Democrats getting more seats in the House of Representatives.

"We must win this election, keep the Senate because if they win, it's not going to be about a healthcare debate — they're going to structurally change the country so it'll be hard for a Republican to get elected president," Graham continued.

"They're going to make D.C. a state, altering the balance of power in the United States Senate. The parade of horribles will come if we lose the House, the Senate, and the White House. It's unbelievable."

Graham also appeared on the Fox News morning show Fox and Friends on Monday, asking for donations. "A lot's at stake in this election," he said during a segment. "If Republicans hold the Senate, guys, I'll be the budget chairman. If Democrats take over the Senate, the budget chairman will be Bernie Sanders. Lindsey Graham dot com. Help me. Help yourself by helping me," he continued.

Meanwhile, Graham's Democrat challenger for the Senate seat, Jaime Harrison, raised a record amount of money in Senate history, The New York Times reported. Harrison raised an incredible $57 million in the third quarter.

Graham has yet to file his third-quarter report.