Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is decidedly unimpressed with the latest indictment against Trump, which he made abundantly clear during a recent “Fox & Friends” appearance.
“Should the Al Gore electors from Florida have all been charged? Should the former chairman of the January 6 Committee, who was an alternative elector in Mississippi, be charged? Right? This is all crazy,” Gingrich declared.
Seriously. After all, Gore dragged on the 2000 outcome for multiple weeks before the election was finally called for Bush, yet none of the Democrats appear to remember that little inconvenient fact.
Moreover, just imagine if mail-in ballots had been a thing during Gore’s run. He probably would have “won” in that case.
“Let’s just be clear what’s going on. The left is afraid of Donald Trump. He is the one outsider who has shaken their whole system and they’re willing to destroy the law in order to destroy Trump. But at the heart of it, I believe in the American people. I think in the end, this is going to nominate Trump by a landslide and the nomination will be over by February 1st,” Gingrich continued.
One can only hope. Though the Democrats have stooped so low, it’s almost scary to think of what they may do to prevent Trump from running next.
After all, they’re not only “willing to destroy the law”; they’re willing to destroy the entire Constitution and all the liberties enshrined within it to seize total and absolute power.
And one can only hope enough strength remains in the American people to stop them, which Gingrich is fervently hoping for.
“I think that if the election next year is between those who defend the Constitution and the rule of law and a corrupt family living out the Clinton, Obama, Biden, corruption of the American system. Alright, I have a hunch that the American people repudiate the corruption. … I think the day he walks into a courtroom, 15 million people will volunteer to be surrogates campaigning for Trump. I think people are now so angry,” Gingrich continued.
“Angry” is certainly one way of putting it. “Terrified” is another, especially considering the gleeful warmongering Biden has shamelessly engaged in for the vast majority of his presidency, otherwise known as Obama’s third term.
And it’s quite clear Obama is gunning for a fourth.
“The Atlanta situation was an absurdity. That’s a district attorney who if the state of Georgia had any respect, would get her out of office,” Gingrich added.
While it is clear that Gingrich is referring to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, it’s hard to know which “absurdity” Gingrich is referring to, which is quite sad.
After all, the latest RICO indictment, generally used for mobs and cartels, is absurd.
However, Fulton County specifically was also absurd during the night of the election itself.
As reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ballot counters in Atlanta, which happens to be heavily Democrat, allegedly went home early due to a “broken water pipe.”
“A broken water pipe at the ballot processing site at State Farm arena caused a delay in Fulton County’s ability to process thousands of absentee-by-mail votes Tuesday night.
Despite the broken pipe, which did not lead to any ballots being damaged, elections officials said,” the outlet noted.
Yeah. They “said” all right. “They” also claimed that Hunter’s laptop was full on “Russian disinformation.” Until it wasn’t.
Little wonder that Axios wryly remarked that the case against Trump “case against Trump is loaded with breathtaking ambition.”
As detailed by outlet, “[Trump is] likely to spend a significant portion of 2024 sitting in courtrooms instead of hitting the campaign trail.”
Which is precisely what the Democrats are counting on.
One can only hope that the egregious error committed by some activist (or incompetent) clerk may thwart such ambitions.
Author: Ofelia Thornton