Gingrich Slams 'Crooked' Politicians: ‘I Never Thought it Was This Corrupt'
Former House speaker says 'it’s that bad at every level'
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich called out "corrupt politicians" during New York WABC 770 AM radio’s “The Cats Roundtable."
Gingrich called into question the 2020 presidential election's legitimacy during the interview.
On the subject of the growing allegations of voter fraud and voting law alterations due to the coronavirus pandemic, Gingrich said “crooked politicians” were “brazen” in “running crooked elections.”
"Not only do you have crooked politicians running crooked elections, but you have crooked or corrupt internet companies deliberately censoring and biasing,” Gingrich said.
“You have 92% or 93% of the news media deliberately censoring or biasing."
"So, you are faced with the greatest challenge to the American people’s ability to govern themselves," he added.
"I think that we’ve seen since 1824 when John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay stole the presidency from Andrew Jackson," the Republican said.
"I think it’s literally that bad. And it’s that bad at every level.”
“When somebody as famous as Rush Limbaugh reports that four of his six tweets in one day were censored, you know, if it can happen to a guy of that authority and that fame, what should the average person expect out of the system?"
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"That’s why I think this is truly a difficult thing. It’s not about Donald Trump," he stated.
"It’s about your right as an American citizen to assume that your vote is sacred," Gingrich declared.
"To assume that every legal vote will be counted and that illegal votes will not be counted, because otherwise the illegal votes drowned out the legal votes and cheat the legal citizens of their right to representation."
"I never thought it would be this corrupt. But I think it is.”
Earlier this week, Gingrich slammed the "fraudulent" outcome of the 2020 election saying it could be the “biggest presidential theft” since 1824.
Gingrich's remarks come after Trump said he would step aside and allow Joe Biden to move into the White House if he proved his "victory" was not "fraudulently obtained."
The more data comes out on vote anomalies that clearly are not legitimate the more it looks like 2020 may be the biggest Presidential theft since Adams and Clay robbed Andrew Jackson in 1824. State legislatures should demand recounts— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) November 27, 2020