Newt Gingrich Reacts to Tulsi Gabbard's Announcement
Heard Tulsi Gabbard announcing today that she is leaving the Democrat party. Are you hearing from people in your communities? People you go to church with, people you work with. Have you heard from Democrats that have said, you know what? We're done. Yeah, we're not, you know what? We're not buying into all of this. This doesn't look like the party of JFK. And it's not. It's not. I know my dad was a southern Democrat back in the day. And the last time he voted for a Democrat was Jimmy Carter. And Jimmy Carter's administration convinced my father that something was really wrong with the Democrats. Well, you know what, Jimmy Carter's administration? It looks like Donald Trump's compared to what we got right now. That's how radicalized the Democrats have become. So look, Newt Gingrich, speaker newt, was on Fox earlier today, talking about this cut number 6. Oh, look, I think Charles is somebody who has always spoken her own mind. She's always been sort of an independent maverick. And I think when she ran for president, she realized how really isolated she was from the great majority of the Democratic Party, which is now, frankly, a pretty weird party. We said the same thing happened in a slightly different way in Philadelphia last week where the former deputy mayor a Democrat endorsed Doctor Oz for the U.S. Senate and said that federman is just so crazy on crime and so pro criminal. He couldn't be for him. So I think you're seeing this drift and we've certainly seen among Latinos a huge drift towards the Republican Party as they're driven away by the weirder policies of the Democratic Party.