Sen. Lindsey Graham shocked Washington reporters Thursday night by saying that Sen. Ted Cruz is so disliked, no one in the Senate would look to convict his murderer.

"If you kill Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate, and the trial is at the Senate, no one will convict you," he said.

It was just one of his many barbs against his own party, which he said has gone "bats--t crazy." He said his own party is in such disarray, that the country is poised to elect the "most dishonest woman" in America president.

"How can that be?" he asked. "Because my party has gone bats--t crazy."

"Ben Carson is a nice guy," he noted. "He tried to kill his cousin."

The South Carolina Republican, who dropped his own bid for president early on, at one point threw up his hands and asked incredulously how he could lose against such a field of GOP candidates.

He poked fun at himself, as well, telling the crowd it was larger than any he addressed during his brief presidential bid, although he noted they were all Washington reporters and liberals.

Graham saved his most searing attack for Donald Trump.

After being forced to drop out early and after Jeb Bush ended his campaign shortly after his endorsement, he called himself the "Dr. Kevorkian" of politics, then donned a "Make America Great Again" hat, said he still hopes he has the "magic touch," and announced his endorsement of Trump.

The comments echoed some Graham made earlier in the day when he spoke to reporters in the Capitol and called Trump a "loser" and a "nut job" and said the party bought a ticket on the Titanic even though they knew how the movie ends.