Though he hasn’t held office for 20 years, Newt Gingrich is widely regarded as the Republican Party’s intellectual voice.
Despite his commitment to the facts — and steering clear of rhetoric that could be remotely considered violent — Fox News’ “Outnumbered” cut off the former House Speaker for pointing out the indisputable truth that George Soros has enabled the election of far-left district attorneys nationwide.
The Week reports:
Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner told Gingrich it wasn’t necessary to bring Soros into the discussion. Gingrich asked if mentioning Soros, a Jewish billionaire who survived Nazi occupation in his native Hungary, is now “verboten,” the German word for “forbidden.” Harris stared in silence for a long moment and changed the subject.
Gingrich has a long history of clearly explaining the ideological origins of the progressive movement. In 2009, he exposed the connection of both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton to Chicago-based community organizer Saul Alinsky.
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