Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich alleges that Donald Trump’s latest impeachment is an “absurdity” and that, in the long run, it will only serve to nominate him “by a landslide”.
Trump was indicted on 13 counts by a grand jury in Fulton County, Georgia, after investigating alleged efforts to “subvert” the 2020 presidential election.
Gingrich told Wednesday in an appearance on “Fox & Friends” long history Democrat lawmakers are disputing the election results and even taking direct action during the electoral process to invalidate those results.
“Should Al Gore voters of Florida be charged? Should the former chair of the January 6th Committee, who was an alternate elector in Mississippi, be charged? Correct?” He was amazed, “It’s all madness.”
Gingrich said, “Let’s be clear about what’s happening.” “The Left is afraid of Donald Trump. He is an outsider who has shaken up their entire system and they are willing to destroy the law to destroy Trump.
he is right. But let’s also be clear – installation republican Afraid of Donald Trump too.
Newt Gingrich: Trump would get nomination by ‘landslide’
“… let’s clarify what is happening. Leftists are afraid of Donald Trump. He is such an outsider who has shaken their entire system. And they are willing to destroy the law to destroy Trump.@newtgingrich pic.twitter.com/rVPzyqZjaR
— UngaTheGreat (@UngaTheGreat) 16 August 2023
Newt Gingrich: Trump’s allegations will get him elected
Finally, Newt Gingrich stated that he believed the American people would understand political oppression and give a victory to the former president.
“I think in the end, it’s going to nominate Trump with an overwhelming majority and the nominations will be out by February 1,” he said.
Looking to the future, Gingrich said, “I think if next year’s election is between those who defend the Constitution and the rule of law and Clinton, Obama, Biden, a corrupt family promoting the corruption of the American system. “
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“Well, my guess is that the American people disapprove of corruption.”
— Ron Hartley (@RonHartley13) 16 August 2023
Gingrich believes that Republican voters are so exasperated and frustrated with the two-tier system of justice that they will volunteer for Trump’s campaign in overwhelming numbers.
“I think the day he goes to court, 15 million people will volunteer to campaign as surrogates for Trump. I think people are very angry now,” he said.
Gingrich called the Georgia indictment “absurd” and said that if the state had any self-respect, he would have “thrown Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis out of office.”
Now we have DAs issuing indictments even before they have been voted on by the Grand Jury.
There is no such thing as justice in this country.
The whole system has been weaponised.
Fannie Willis should be relieved of her post.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) 14 August 2023
gore tries to find votes
The mention of the 2000 election by Newt Gingrich is particularly interesting. Political Insider has done covered election denial Which came largely from Al Gore’s camp 20 years ago.
After the 2000 contest against George W. Bush, Gore refused to accept the free and fair election results and did not concede defeat. Instead they tied up the election process through months of litigation in the courts.
Gore continued to lose his attempts to overturn the election results in lower courts and fought in the Florida Supreme Court. He would not concede defeat until mid-December of that year, a month and a half after Election Day.
In late August 2017, Gore again suggested that he had actually won the 2000 election.
– Real Time with Bill Maher (@RealTimers) 5 August 2017
Attorney Alan Dershowitz was part of Gore’s legal team that challenged Florida’s presidential election in 2000, dropped a bomb In a column for the Daily Mail on Wednesday, he confessed that he had tried to sway the presidential vote, lobbied officials and fought in the courts to swing the election in his favor.
Dershowitz said, “Nobody was blamed, fired, disciplined or even criticized for those efforts, yet we stand here today.”
Alan Dershowitz: Al Gore, his legal team and I tried to find uncounted presidential votes in 2000, lobbying officials and fighting them in the courts. Now the only difference? The Candidate’s Name Is Donald Trump… So This Prosecution Is An Outrage https://t.co/VF40nB3ZEN
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) 17 August 2023
several prominent Democrats denied election results In 2000, 2004 and of course, again in 2016.
In all, seven different Democrats objected 11 times To certify the results of the 2016 presidential election.
Dershowitz wrote, “Electoral challenges have long been a part of American history.” “Only now are they being criminalized.”
Only now the candidate’s name is Trump. That’s the difference.
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