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Eric Trump Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

Eric Trump Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

"Do we count me? Why do we do this? We slept out of schlep. Jeff slaps older gear across the country sitting coach for 5 and a half hours because we love to fly on Southwest. I'm never flying on southwest again, guys. We do this because we broadcasting and then, oh yeah, Eric Trump walks by. My friend. Well, I know you're a shooter. No, totally. If I'm not working, that's all I do. It's good to be a shot show. So if you've done this before, many times. Many times. So I know your brother's a big hunter, right? What Second Amendment thing are you into? Every second amendment thing. It applies through the air. I love it. I grew up doing a lot of competitive shotgun, competitive rifle, a long-range stuff. I'm a nut. If I'm not working, I'm shooting. It doesn't matter if it's a long-range rifle shotgun pistol carbine. He is black powder. We've got to get him Friday for the same. And I love hunting. I thought I can't do that. I've been shooting since I was a kid. What's an English thing? Are you guys a level of skill? No, you guys is easy. You guys see? Never run around the Woods with bows. They don't have that over there. Well, we got the long bow. That's a little bit longer. So I've got to ask you, if long range, if you're into long range, I'm pretty good, but I'm old school, 'cause in the army I use the three O 8 since 6 two. Somebody sent me a 6.5 creedmoor. What do you like? When it comes to ballistic coefficient, if you're like wildcats, what are you doing? So I do a lot of workouts. I learned for over a hundred calibers. It's something that very few people know about a Trump, but I love the 6 millimeters, so I shoot a lot of the 6 stackers, 6 GTs, because it's more stable. Now I just like them. I mean, they're low recoil, they fly really, really well. They're fantastic out to 1200 yards. I love the 6 millimeter. Now

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Kyle Rittenhouse Talks Potential Censorship on Twitter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | Last week

Kyle Rittenhouse Talks Potential Censorship on Twitter

"Talk about the bigger picture here because now that you're more active on social media, you've got your YouTube channel. I love seeing now that Elon's got a fixed stuff quite significantly at Twitter. I see your posts come up on my feed all the time. Yeah, I will say though, I've noticed a little bit of a censorship just in the past couple days on Twitter. I don't know if it's censorship or I don't know if people are getting bored of Twitter or people are getting kicked off. What are you seeing? I'm not seeing as many conservative posts on Twitter. I don't know if you've been noticing that. But I've heard people say that in the last two days, I haven't seen it, but I've heard people complain. I did a poll on Instagram and I've gotten several hundred DMs saying that they aren't seeing a lot of my stuff. They have to search my name to find it. So I'm not sure on what that is. Elon, are you listening? What's going on? I think you're busy guy, you know, you're going to Mars and all that stuff and Tesla, but yeah, we need to make sure that things are working as you intended them to function on Twitter. So for some reason, I'm still seeing your posts. And there's a thread, there's a kind of theme to so many of them because you talk about the Second Amendment you talk about your events, you talk about Twitter, give send go, salts on you. But most of the posts as I see them as the algorithm puts them on my feed. It's something from the Bible, it's something about never giving up about standing tall, standing strong, talk to talk to us about why you think it's important to make those statements. You stood up, you fought the good fight, you won, you were vindicated. But you haven't let that disappear, and you're sending these messages out to all your followers. Tell us why that's so important for you. Well, absolutely. It's so important, important to me to talk about the Bible and to pose viable verses because somebody made me maybe having a bad day and it may live somebody up there. Somebody may need to read that and to be a good witness to others. And to also talk about my story in the right to self defense and other things going on to talk about censorship to talk about people having to defend themselves, to talk about the crisis going on in America with Planned Parenthood and what they're doing and killing our babies. To talk about things like that.

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Kyle Rittenhouse Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | Last week

Kyle Rittenhouse Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

"Do we have on the show? Who better to open our show today? America first across the nation, 300 stations, three and a half million listers. Is a guy who just kind of casually texted me a few days ago. And I said, hey, you're going to be at shot and he said yes. You may have heard of him. His name is Karl rittenhouse Kyle. Welcome to America first. Sebastian, thank you for having me. All right, so have you done this before? Have you been at shop? Note this is my first year here. I'm excited to be here a lot of great people, a lot of great industries out here. I'm actually here with national association for gun rights. And we only open the show today. They had what they call the media day yesterday where people like me and you can go and shoot stuff at a range. Today, the big actual exhibition open. Have you had time to look around if you see anything cool, anything exciting that catches your fancy? Oh, I've been to a couple boots so far. I was hanging out at safari land. They have some new holsters that just came out. They look really cool. All right, safari land are a legend in the industry. I might have to make time for that after the show. After the show, don't go anywhere today. You've got to catch all three hours of mercury first. So let's talk about why you texted me. I think it was like two days before the show. You just sent me a tweet you sent out. Everybody follow Kyle on Twitter. Follow his new YouTube channel and also because and this if you find it hard to believe, look it up for yourself because it's a fact, Kyle, despite being declared by a jury of his peers, absolutely innocent, a man who simply defended himself is now being sued by one of the families of the men who attacked him, so he has a give send go give send go dash Kyle rittenhouse. So please support Kyle. But in the last few days, he was slated to speak at a couple of events as the new media personality you are. What happened to those engagements, Kyle? So I was supposed to be giving a speech at southern pub brewery with defiant press and they booted us because the woke mob found out I posted about it. I tried to promote it to get people to come and hear about censorship in the Second Amendment. And they didn't like that. They bent to the woke mob and they said, we're canceling this event. Thank goodness we were able to reschedule. It's now going to be at lone star convention center in Conroe Texas where you can come and watch me shoot.

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Newt Gingrich: Biden Documents Scandal Goes Deeper Than Joe Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | Last week

Newt Gingrich: Biden Documents Scandal Goes Deeper Than Joe Biden

"Was Newt Gingrich last night on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News. It's not about Biden. It's about a much deeper establishment, which has grown very sick and very corrupt. And which is a threat to the very survival of freedom in this country in ways we can't even begin to imagine. It includes partly business community leaders, includes partly the news media. It's certainly includes large parts of the academic world who've taken money from various dictatorships and then hidden it and lied about it. And in this particular case, maybe we finally reached the ultimate apex of this, we now have a president of the United States who for all practical purposes runs a criminal family. His two brothers, his son, there's no other reasonable behavior that explains it, except they were all selling influence and he knew it, and he personally profited from it. How do you challenge that? Isn't newt right? I can't get past the $50,000 a month rent for a house that should have gone for about 5. I mean, I had an accountant yesterday, call me from Pennsylvania. Well, it's probably a tax thing. This is a money laundering scheme. $50,000? A month? Where did Hunter Biden come up with $50,000 a month rent for that Delaware House? How does that happen?

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Who Mark Levin Can and Cannot Support

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Who Mark Levin Can and Cannot Support

"We have used this platform to endorse a number of candidates because we want to take on the establishment and change what's taking place in Washington We're not just blowhards with columns or organizations or go to meetings In fact I don't do any of that Three of the 6 Klein Rosen down bobart they were on this program or in other programs that we've endorsed We've endorsed Biggs I told you before I could never support him For dog catcher given his role in the Arizona state Senate blocking convention of states gates to me is not a conservative He is a fly by night And good to me is a massive hypocrite He took more money from the McCarthy pack I think than anybody $2 million won by the skin of his teeth Why did he take it And why doesn't he return it Then I would see some consistent principles in the guy I mean I don't understand it Quite frankly So that to me is a character issue That's a character issue So those are the remaining 6 As best as I can see I've also been troubled by the brutal attacks on Newt Gingrich The king which is an iconic figure Root gingrich succeeded in taking back the House of Representatives during Bill Clinton's presidency For the first time in almost half a century he is a brilliant brilliant man He's a great patriot He's helped conservatives his entire life This is precisely what I mean

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Caller: What Does a House Speaker Do?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: What Does a House Speaker Do?

"Taking my call. I'm hanging around here with a bunch of friends of mine. We work together every day. And I love America and I love American people and I think we're very smart, but I'm going to tell you the truth. I'm not sure. That everybody knows what a speaker's job is and why this is so important. And I wondered if you could take a couple of moments to explain just what a speaker does while all this hoopla. Happy to do it, John, and here's the and here's the challenge with answering your question. It has changed over the years. And it will change again depending on who the next Speaker of the House is. But it really was not meant to be an overtly are you there? Are you there, John? All right, let's put John. Yeah, let's put you on hold for a second. I'll answer his question. So back back when the speakership was first created, it was not meant to be a partisan position. But over the years, it became partisan, whoever had the most members in Congress, they're the ones that elected a member of their party to represent them as Speaker of the House. So let's just for the sake of argument, let's say McCarthy is your speaker. He's not just the speaker for the Republicans. He's the speaker. He's the Speaker of the House. That's everybody. Everybody. But it really wasn't until Newt Gingrich. Well, let me back up here. It was really tip O'Neill who turned it into a more partisan role at that time in Congress and tip O'Neill and Ronald Reagan had these fierce battles back and forth, tip O'Neill, the Democrat from Massachusetts. The subcommittees actually wielded more power than the Speaker of the House did, and it created a lot of problems, so there was a lot of debate. There was a lot of reform that went underway in the House of Representatives back in the 70s and 80s. And as a result, the speaker became a very powerful individual. Newt

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Fmr Speaker Newt Gingrich Shares His Expert Analysis of the House

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Fmr Speaker Newt Gingrich Shares His Expert Analysis of the House

"Speaker gingrich. Welcome back to the program. Thank you for making time. What do you make of the current vote carousel that's happening right now on the House of Representatives? Well, I think first of all, it's freedom in action. It is something that's hard to explain to Putin and Xi Jinping or Kim Jong-un, but in a free society, people get to argue these things out as messy. We've done it 14 times before this we've had multiple votes for speaker. If McCarthy is going to get there, he'll have to make accommodation to get enough people to have a majority of those who vote. If he can't do that, then the conference has to find somebody else who's more broadly acceptable. And I think that's frankly a real challenge because I think that there's nobody else who can come close to McCarthy's reach of the whole conference. So it's frustrating as challenging. I have been very critical of the approach of some of the people who are in essence trying to blackmail the conference because I think it's a very dangerous precedent, you know, Lincoln in 1861 and his first inaugural said, the problem with secession is one step, the principle, then everybody else gets to secede, too. And you end up in chaos. So is the new principle that any 5 or 6 or 7 members, whether they're moderates or their California or Florida, or whatever, you know, are people who represent the sugar beet growers. They get to hold up the entire process until they get what they want. I think they've got to talk it out. They've got to find some grounds to bring themselves together and hopefully 95 99% of the conference. I think there are three or more people who just hate Kevin and they're not ever going to vote for him. For a variety of personal reasons. But I think everybody else has to put it together. Boehner got elected with 216 votes, Pelosi got elected with 216 votes, neither of them could get to two 18. And so several people voted present who were unwilling to vote for them.

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What IS Your Issue With Kevin McCarthy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

What IS Your Issue With Kevin McCarthy?

"Here's the question, is if your position as a grassroots activist and as someone who is an interested party, which by the way, your voice should be involved in this, it shouldn't just be a backroom deal, disconnected like the U.S. Senate works. By the way, don't you wish that we could have had something like this in the U.S. Senate. You could say, all you want about McCarthy. But McConnell, what McConnell has done to our country is so just exponentially worse. They're not even on the same playing field. McConnell put forward the omnibus McConnell has done such damage. I'm not even defending McCarthy. That is a fact. But, of course, the Senate does backroom deals. It just so happens the house being the people's house. This is now unfolding and in some ways it's healthy in some ways. It's rather risky because coalition governments are now being discussed. And so if your position is, hey, I don't want Kevin McCarthy under any circumstance. No matter what no Kevin McCarthy, my question is, is it about him because of a personal issue? Is it because of a lack of trust issue? Or is it potentially because of the framework that Congress has to operate in? Let me read you a text message from a freedom caucus member. Again, I was up till midnight, Erica will tell you, it's up till midnight talking to these people, which is 2 o'clock in D.C., just hearing them out, listening, trying to be a sounding board, also asking, I think, questions where I think they get a little too ahead of themselves. Here is a freedom caucus member who's currently a no. So one of the 20. Charlie, I have been in meetings all evening. I'm going to be honest. What has been offered to us is the best deal I have ever seen or could think of. It's going to be hard not to take this, but honestly, trust is the issue.

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And so basically, here's what some of the concessions are basically what they involve in. So what are involved in some of the concessions? Essentially, the sticking point was first on the motion to vacate. Kevin McCarthy said, I don't want any motion of 8 K well, now they're probably going to get a one a single vote motion to vacate. Against the Speaker of the House. Okay, so that's a concession. Another concession is Kevin McCarthy's very powerful, well funded super PAC, that was involved in by the way. Let's take one race that it was very involved in that I was very fired up about that. I didn't like. Was when Kevin McCarthy came in and spent millions of dollars against Caroline leavitt. You guys remember Caroline lovett? Caroline leavitt. He came in against maurs and in favor of mausers and spent a bunch of money with Caroline levit Caroline levitt. One, but one of the reasons she was unable to be successful in the general is that there is so much money spent against her in that late primary. One of the concessions that was made by Kevin McCarthy super PAC was that they're no longer going to get involved in safe Republican primaries, like they did with Caroline leavitt. He also did the same thing with Anthony sabatini. Amongst many other people. And so that, if that ends up materializing into reality, that is a major victory. Now, again, there's a lot of ifs and trusts and, you know, one offs and all of that. But if that is legitimate, that's a huge win to say that McCarthy will not involve himself in safe Republican primaries. There are also some concessions that McCarthy is making. On allowing more freedom caucus members to serve on the very powerful House rules committee, that is a fabulous victory. In Newt Gingrich is a new gingrich's time as speaker, the most conservative members were not on the House rules committee, and then finally promising to vote on some bills like term limits and border security. That should happen no matter what. That is, I very little patience whatsoever for that not to occur. Okay, I want to cut to this feed in just the second. I'm curious, who is going to nominate amongst the 20 if they are going to go through a roll call vote? If any of them are going to vote present and or in favor of Kevin McCarthy, let's cut to C-SPAN here. This is going to tell us a lot about the spirit and the momentum behind some of these negotiations. Let's cut to C-SPAN. Yesterday, my first vote for Speaker of the House was for Byron donalds. Today I'm rising to nominate Byron donalds for Speaker of the House of Representatives. Byron is a dear friend, a solid conservative, but most importantly, a family man who loves dearly, his wife, Erica, his three children, has a proven track record as a businessman. Public service in the Florida legislature and now as a member of the United States Congress. Now, here we are and for the first time in history, there have been two black Americans placed into the nomination for Speaker of the House. However, the second speaker order, or madam clerk, order, we do not seek to judge people by the call of their skin, but rather the content of their character. Byron donalds. That's a little bit of a repeat of yesterday. That goes to show that negotiations are ongoing. So I don't mean to bury the lead. I don't mean to leave you in suspense. Kevin McCarthy is not going to win this speaker vote right now. Is this number 7 or 8? I can't remember. Is this number 8? So the fact that chip Roy is nominating Byron donalds means that this particular carousel of voting is going to be unsuccessful for Kevin McCarthy. Now, someone says here, Charlie, lots of swear words and this email screw you, you support Kevin McCarthy, you're part of the problem, Kevin McCarthy's allying, rhino SOB, stop supporting this scumbag sincerely Mike Francis. Understand the energy I understand them and vigor there. However, let's be accurate about what I support. I support concessions to make the most conservative Congress in American history. That's what I support. I don't support a person. I don't support an individual. I instead support rules committee, steering committee. I support staying on a primaries. I support floor votes. I support Jim Jordan as the head of judiciary. That I support. So let's just make sure my position is clear. I support the movement, the progress, the success that is almost materializing. In what could be the most conservative House of Representatives in American history. I understand, I'm not even going to say that the swear words of calling me a traitor and all that. It's like whatever. You could have your own feelings..

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The Never-Ending Speaker Saga

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

The Never-Ending Speaker Saga

"Right now there are speeches in favor of Kevin McCarthy that are happening right now in the House vote. So basically where it goes right now is there are 20 people, 20 Republicans that are withholding any support whatsoever for Kevin McCarthy. Several of them are going to join our program. We have Mike Gallagher again from Wisconsin, who is giving a speech in favor of Kevin McCarthy. This is a great way to get me not in favor of your cause as Gallagher gave a speech yesterday. He said, look, there's a lot that we disagree with. We want to be energy and depend on all this, but we can all agree with the Democrats that we need to fight our enemies abroad. And I was like, oh man, this is just another virtue signaling towards Ukraine. It drives me nuts. So I would have this guy to stop talking. I would not have him as the lead act, not exactly helpful. But especially for those of us that I don't know, want our own border secure while we fund border security of Tunisia, Lebanon, Syria and Pakistan. All right, so there are 20 Republicans that are saying I am not going to give any support whatsoever to Kevin McCarthy. It seems as if though, the McCarthy team gave a very generous deal last evening. A deal that would include representation on the rules committee, a deal that would include a prohibition from engaging in primaries. I'm going to talk about that and what that actually concretely can mean. If these deals are going to be followed through upon if they are built on actual trust, if they're not just being said for the sake of trying to get a deal done so that one could become Speaker of the House. These are all very, very big ifs, one, two, three, four, 5 gifts. There are also negotiations on House floor votes on the Texas border plan on getting a house floor vote on term limits. If I were advising the McCarthy team, I would say just give those away. Those mean nothing. I mean, you should have, you should have house floor votes on term limits anyway.

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Republicans Voting Against Kevin McCarthy Is a Good Thing

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Republicans Voting Against Kevin McCarthy Is a Good Thing

"The country is not going to wither and die if Kevin McCarthy is an elected speaker by 2 o'clock this afternoon. We'll be okay. Knock it off with the terrorist crap. Dan Crenshaw calls them terrorists? And I heard my friend and colleague Hugh Hewitt play the actual clip of Dan Crenshaw calling him a terror calling them terrorists and then say, well, he wasn't really calling him terrorists. He said they're using terrorist tactics. Well, that's a distinction without a difference. It seems to me. But this is what's happening. Friends like Hewitt and Gallagher are disagreeing. Friends like Hannity and boebert are disagreeing. Newt Gingrich? I mean, it's an absolute fiasco. And I get it. I understand why people are frustrated. I understand that we want to get going here, but I also have spent my life thriving on debate. And absolute open forum transparent, healthy dialog is a good thing. This is a good thing. And I'm not afraid to say it.

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Newt Gingrich Tears Into Republicans Over Speaker Vote

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Newt Gingrich Tears Into Republicans Over Speaker Vote

"Gingrich has some wisdom to share. That has made some headlines. Let's play cut 26, please. You know, Lincoln in his first inaugural warned that the problem of secession is once you establish that principle, then everybody can secede from everybody. These 5 people need to take a deep breath tonight and ask themselves, are they really want to send a signal that every 5 people in the conference can screw up everything for whatever reason? They were three of them one end and presented Kevin McCarthy with 30 some different demands. Most of them involving personal advancement and in a free society, you can not just as you can't give into terrorists and you can't give in to hostage takers. You can't allow them to take the conference hostage and win. You know, I don't think newt meant that literally because the left calls us literal terrorists and uses the national security apparatus to come after us. But let me continue to build out an argument that I floated the base has been looking for a pressure release valve ever since the midterms. We had our hopes up for Carrie Lake. We had our hopes up to win seats in the Senate. We had hopes up for Herschel Walker and for Blake masters. And so we had a very disappointing showing in the midterms. We had a disappointing showing in the Georgia runoff. And then how does Mitch McConnell the turtle thank us? How does D.C. act after a disappointing midterms? We get an inexcusable, 1.7 trillion dollar bill that is now law that sent money to every LGBTQ fantasy camp that sent money to go secure the border of Tunisia Oman, Pakistan, and Lebanon, while disallowing any money, to be spent on our own southern border.

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Is Kevin McCarthy Going to Make It to Be the Next House Speaker?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Is Kevin McCarthy Going to Make It to Be the Next House Speaker?

"Is Kevin McCarthy going to make it to be the next House speaker? I don't know. We're going to have more drama today and there have been three votes and McCarthy hasn't made it. That means that there is a solid holdout faction. And if I'm not mistaken in the third vote, he even lost an additional vote. So he went from 19 opponents to 20 opponents. Now it must be acknowledged at the same time that he does seem to have the support of the vast majority of the Republican group. And so it is a minority of holdouts, but they are, they are determined to hold outs and unless they back down the simple fact is he doesn't have the votes. Now, what's going on here? I'm trying to think this through and the way I do that is by laying out objectively as I can both sides. Now on the one side you have, let's call it the Donald Trump Newt Gingrich Marjorie Taylor green view. And their view is listen. McCarthy's got the guy with the most votes, McCarthy is the best we're gonna get. McCarthy has made a lot of concessions in order to win the speakership. So let's declare victory. Let's go with this guy who else is going to be it's not going to be most likely Jim Jordan. I mean, Jim Jordan himself is the one who nominated McCarthy, so it seems to be obstructionist. It seems to be game playing. Why don't we just accept the outcome that is there in front of us? Let's get on with it. Let's go ahead and defund the IRS agents. Let's go ahead and begin the investigations, let the house get about its business. And let's do it with the man who has the support of the vast majority of the Republicans namely Kevin McCarthy. Trump weighed in just a little while ago, essentially vote for Kevin closed the deal, take the victory. He watched crazy Nancy Pelosi fly back home to a very broken California. And it's possible that Trump's intervention might sway some, although I would predict not most.

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Newt Gingrich: McCarthy Is the Only Way to Save Conservatism in D.C.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Newt Gingrich: McCarthy Is the Only Way to Save Conservatism in D.C.

"But newt went on to shred this small group of Republicans who are threatening to prevent McCarthy from becoming speaker. This is not about Kevin McCarthy. This is about the right of any 5 members to basically throw away the entire rest of the conference until the rest of the conference that doesn't matter. Why would they do that? Them in the conference. Newt, that makes absolutely no. Why would they do it? I think it's a psychological problem. These guys can't, they can't count straight. They can't play tic-tac-toe. They can't accept victory. And this is a moment where the freedom caucus could claim victory and conservatives could claim victory. You're going to have given what McConnell has been doing in the Senate. McCarthy is the only hope for conservatism in Washington right now. And to undermine him, I think is to undermine conservatism undermine the Republican Party and frankly undermine the country.

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Newt Gingrich: The Choice Is Kevin McCarthy or Chaos

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Newt Gingrich: The Choice Is Kevin McCarthy or Chaos

"Yesterday on Fox News channel, former House speaker Newt Gingrich, been around the block a few times when it comes to these kinds of inner party battles, he pulled no punches about this small group of Republicans who threatened to upend Kevin McCarthy's chances to become speaker. They're not voting against Kevin McCarthy. They're voting against over 215 members of their own conference. Their conference voted overwhelmingly 85% from McCarthy to be speaker. So this is a fight between a handful of people and the entire rest of the conference. And they're saying they have the right to screw up everything. Well, the president that says is so do the moderates. So though the members from Florida, any 5 people can get up and say, I'm now going to screw up the conference too. The choice is Kevin McCarthy or chaos.

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Newt Gingrich Talks the Disastrous Leadership of Senate Republicans

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last month

Newt Gingrich Talks the Disastrous Leadership of Senate Republicans

"Have speaker new kingdoms coming up for newt, everybody. Such a great job. We love news. Mister speaker, welcome back to the program. Trying to always be great to be with you and it's fun to be here in person. Thank you. So midterms didn't go the way a lot of people wanted them to. You and I had a good conversation and we said we're still thinking and exploring as to why. What is your takeaway? Well, look, I think, first of all, on the Senate side, you have to stand for something. You can't just be anti Biden because people just shrug and say, fine. He ain't doing a good job, but you don't have to do any job. And frankly, the behavior of some of the Senate Republican leadership recently, if they were all over in cave to this huge spending bill, there's no wonder of the grassroots is disgusted. Yes, their argument, though, is that, well, it's going to help the new Congress by robs their term, doesn't it? Well, first of all, since Kevin McCarthy has the biggest single interest in the new Congress. And he's saying publicly, they're just plain wrong. Yes. He does not want to pass. Furthermore, apparently they have agreed like I'm not sure a $100 billion in spending. And the way these bills are written, who knows what's in them. I mean, look, the system is sick. And the FBI is the way CDC is operated as sick. And frankly, the way the Congress right now, and I hate to say it, but a significant part of the Senate Republican leadership is part of that process. I mean, they don't represent the American people. They don't represent the Republicans who elect them. They just think it's their power and they can do what they want to. I say this very sadly. When I've been actively involved, as you know, a long time. And I think the system is worse today than any point in my lifetime.

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Tyler Bowyer, Lori Hinz, and Fanchon Blythe Discuss the RNC

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last month

Tyler Bowyer, Lori Hinz, and Fanchon Blythe Discuss the RNC

"Have some very special guests with us. We are focusing on the RNC race. And I have some very strong opinions about if you lose, you should no longer be in charge of something. That's how we treat our football teams, our corporations, and that's how we should treat our political parties. So with us, three members of the one 68 that are going to be voting in Dana point, California. We have Lori Heinz from North Dakota. Laurie Hinton from North Dakota. And we have van John from Nebraska and Tyler Boyer. So Tyler, why don't Charlie? Why don't you introduce this whole kind of group of rebels we have here? Well, yesterday actually, these two actually put out a letter to the entire one 68 in the Republican National Committee and we can read it although a clip from it. But basically came out and said, we need new blood. We need to listen to the grassroots and we have to represent the Republican party from the grassroots level. Yes. And so these two wonderful women are some of the biggest leaders that we have in the country. Lori is one of the most famous individuals that we have in North Dakota, and we love her to dad. And John is just led rebellion in Nebraska, which is, should be the way that we do things and the Republican Party to every state. And so why don't you guys talk a little bit about your letter that you put out yesterday and what you said? Well, we collaborated on this letter is the sun. All right, we collaborated on the letter with another National Committee woman. Laura nakane Lua from Hawaii. Love Hawaiian. Aloha Laura. Laura. And she went with us and we went and we put the letter together and collaborated via messages back and forth. What we did is we decided that we all wanted to go together and do this. At the same time, make sure that people know that our grassroots are, we are listening to our grassroots and our state.

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The Greatest Threat to the CCP Is Christianity With Steve Bannon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | Last month

The Greatest Threat to the CCP Is Christianity With Steve Bannon

"Steve, you said something interesting that I want to focus on, you said it earlier, you said that the greatest threat to the CCP is Christianity. What do you mean by that? Well, they know, if you read the intelligence reports, it's not the American military that they're afraid of. It's not the 7th fleet. It's not NATO. It's not even the American economy and the way we could shut down the CCP with our economic power. She's internal memos showed that they believe there's at least a 100 million evangelical Christians in China. Maybe a 150 million evangelical Christians in a church that is brutally persecuted, right? There's another 25 to 50 million underground Catholics. So you may have of one, two, 1.2 to 1.4 billion people. You've got maybe 200 million. China's had a history of the taiping rebellion back in the 19th century, started as an evangelical Christian movement. The CCP, the emperor, the central governing apparatus of China. The CCP and the emperors before that always feared one thing more than anything else. And that was the word of the living Christ. Somehow, it touches the Chinese people like almost no other. And it's powerful. And they won't back down. People have to understand. There is more persecution in China to evangelical Christians and Catholics today than in first century Rome,

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Gingrich Calls Out Dorsey, Twitter for Lying About Shadow Banning

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:32 sec | Last month

Gingrich Calls Out Dorsey, Twitter for Lying About Shadow Banning

"House speaker, Newt Gingrich, cut number 5. These people are just liars. It's not complicated. They're liars. They're lie all the time. They have total contempt for the rest of us. They think they can break the rules and get away with it. They think they are somehow this elite that's above us, and there were two stupid to know what they're doing. So there you go, ladies and gentlemen, it is a pretty terrible thing that's happening. A pretty terrible thing that's happening. But here we are.

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:13 min | 2 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Joining us now is one of the smartest people in the country to help us unpack what happened on 11 8. The midterms, almost two weeks ago. It feels like it was two months ago. It's been a long long couple of weeks as we unpack all of this is the great Newt Gingrich, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. It's good to be with you. I'm sure about great. But it's still good to be with you, Charlie. Well, thank you, mister speaker. So obviously we're going to win back the House of Representatives, which is a positive Ron DeSantis one by double digits, and we want to Georgia and Texas, but I know you will agree that it was a little bit underwhelming in certain parts of the country. You look at fetterman, you look at some of these people that are going to be senators, remarkably beatable. What happened and what went wrong? Well, I think first of all, this was a tough thing to say, but I think the Republican policies are, I should say, the principles that the campaign consultants use are just wrong. Let me give you an example. A number of our candidates came out of the primaries virtually broke and for two or three months they weren't spending any money. Meanwhile, the Democrats were identifying and defining our candidates and the number of them never quite recovered. In some cases, and here I think Mitch McConnell was a major problem. He had a huge super PAC, but it believed in spending money late. Well, the problem with that is in a lot of states now, people vote so early that if you aren't shaping the election in August and September, you're really missing the whole first wave of voting. So that was a piece of it. The other problem is that McConnell in particular does not believe in having any kind of serious issues to create an agenda. I really liked what Kevin McCarthy did. I think if he had a mistake, it was not doing more of it, but his commitment to America was real. It's positive. You're going to see it play out in the house. And I think that probably they should have spent more time and money communicating it as we did with the contract back in 94. But the basic direction was right. In the Senate, however, you have a Senate leader who explicitly does not believe you should have an agenda. Wants to run essentially negative campaigns. And in the long run, people are like, there are a lot of people who say, okay, I'm not happy with the Democrats, but I want to know what the Republicans are going to do for me. And unfortunately, what we found was that we couldn't get them to say in a positive way exactly what they do. So those are the biggest factors I think I should point out, by the way, Charlie almost all the early analysis was wrong. We actually got, I think, 5.3 million more votes than the Democrats for the house. We actually did dramatically better with women than we did in 2018. So all the analysis about abortion has to be looked at again. We significantly increased our vote with black males. And we significantly increased our vote with Latinos, and we did amazingly well with Asian Americans who are really, really worried about crime. So I think there's a lot of the early analysis and the sort of.

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody. Today on the Charlie Kirk show, the great Newt Gingrich joins us to talk about the upcoming midterms and our chances. And why he thinks we need to brand the Democrats as weird. Kind of like that. Also, Pedro Gonzalez joins us to talk about why is it that our leaders are infatuated with foreigners, but really are annoyed by our own citizens. You can email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com and subscribe to our podcast to open up your podcast app and type in Charlie Kirk show. Make sure that plus sign is selected and get involved with turning point USA at TPUSA dot com. I hope to see many of you when I go on tour. So we go to TPUSA dot com slash tour, buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. Very special guest right now who really understands what's going on in America. Mister speaker, Newt Gingrich is with us, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. It's great to be with you. It's always fun because you do such a great show. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. And love your commentary, especially recently. So mister speaker, it seems as if in the last couple of weeks things have really turned positive for Republicans going into the midterms. We're 34 days out. It seemed like the Democrats spending spree over the summer and they're kind of synthetic raising of their candidates. It's collapsing all around them. What's your diagnosis heading in November where we stand right now? Well, we're about where I thought we would be back in the spring. When you have this level of a cost of living crisis, you have the price of food going up 13 and a half percent in one year. You have the gasoline prices going back up. I paid $5 and 5 cents a gallon last Saturday. You have crime and all the big cities. You go to, for example, the race in Pennsylvania. Yes. Philadelphia just had its 1000th carjacking of the year, a record. And they still have three more months. People 70% of the people in Philadelphia say crime is the biggest problem they've got. Well, that really undermines the Democrats. So you look at those, then you look at immigration, the amount of fentanyl. You realize that a 100,000 Americans a year are dying of drug overdose. That's twice the deaths of the entire Vietnam War. And all these things are coming together, you know, really simple way. It ain't working. Big government socialism isn't working. Joe Biden isn't working. Chuck Schumer isn't working. Nancy Pelosi is in working. And I discovered yesterday. I was in Des Moines, Cindy axton, who is the democratic congresswoman from Des Moines. Was supposed to be voting in August. She signed a note saying that because of COVID, she couldn't come. She was actually a vacationing in Paris. When she was supposed to be voting. So all these different swirling things. And that leads me to believe, will probably be plus 20 to plus 50 in the house..

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"It's out. Check out his podcast newt's world, gingrich 360 dot com is one of the smartest guys in America, and when you listen to him, you get some optimism about what's going to happen in 53 days. More with Newt Gingrich here in the relief factor dot com studios and this Friday episode of the Mike Gallagher show. Stay with us. When you need to say it now, text it. You can text Mike anytime at 806 5 5 mic. That's 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. It's your direct pipeline to the happy conservative warrior. It's the MyPillow text line, 806 5 5 mic. It's true it's true you shower it's a choir that's kind of cool and inspired so the dance when he was checking in it's open to you this ain't healthy it is some kind of thing that you love just keeps in love from the sun Chucky is in love it took you. Going all right a little driving on a Saturday night my Gallagher continuing with Newt Gingrich former Speaker of the House of Representatives, author of defeating big government socialism, book just came out and you got to get your hands on this book. You know, I've got 7 and a half according to talkers magazine. I got 7 and a half million people who listen to this show every week..

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:54 min | 4 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"And I think this is the kind of thing we want to focus on. And you know, there's such big picture issues at stake. Your book, which came out a month or two ago, defeating big government socialism, saving America's future is so crucial. I finished it a week or two ago, and I was so grateful for your ability to put in a very, very clear terms what we're up against. This is what we're witnessing newt in this country is unlike anything any of us have ever seen before. I knew it would be bad. I didn't think it would be this bad. It's worse than I imagined. They are absolutely embracing tyranny, socialism, everything that the challenges American norms for many, many years, and it's almost like we're just watching it with our mouths hanging open. People are in a state of shock. I think it's hard for people to realize how dramatically things have changed in the last few years. I mean, if you go back to Barack Obama running for president in 2008, the scale of change, the speed of change on everything. I mean, if you look at the overt effort to create anti white racism and to create selection systems for colleges and for jobs that are both anti white and anti Asian, it's astonishing. And of course, you're seeing a tremendous reaction against it. I mean, the Hispanic community is deeply opposed to what they're seeing happening. They are deeply opposed to what's happening to their paycheck and their pocketbook. And they're deeply opposed to the liberal democratic policies that are putting murderers back on the street. So I think all of these things are coming together. And I think when you go state by state, we're beginning to pull ahead in a way that I find very encouraging. But we're going to have to fight all the way to election day because the propaganda media is going to be consistently against us. And they're going to combined with the social media giants and California. They're going to try to create an iron wall that blocks the American people from having the conversation that I think is important. But in the end, it doesn't work because people go to the grocery store. People go to the gas station. People watch the local news and see the latest murder array for carjacking. And the result is the American people are increasingly recognizing that big government socialism just doesn't work. And I think that that's a problem that the Democrats will not be able to overcome. I want to take you to Pennsylvania when we come back because this is such an important race. This race between Doctor Oz and John fetterman and what this is turning into holy cow. Newt Gingrich is, I guess, you got to get his book incidentally defeating big government socialism, saving America's future..

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Macy's one day sale is going on now, with great deals of the day to update your rotation. Like 40 to 50% off fall essentials and must have styles for him and for her. 30 to 50% off the perfect shoes and bags to match and get 40% off your new favorite designer fragrances. Plus, get your order even faster when you pick up curbside, in store, or get same day delivery. Now it may sees, savings of sale and clearance prices exclusions apply. We're 53 days away from this midterm election, and I wanted to pick the brain of somebody I admire as much as anybody on the political scene, Newt Gingrich, of course, former Speaker of the House. I'm praying that Nancy Pelosi gets fired from her position to Speaker of the House come November the 8th, but we are living in such insane times I need clarity. I need a calming voice. I need Newt Gingrich who joins us right now. Mister speaker, you're like a lighthouse when there's a storm on a ragged ragged coast of May and Maine, I need a lighthouse. I need a lighthouse of clarity, some political wisdom. I need some optimism and I got to ask you and I want to start with Lindsey Graham deciding to try to advance federal legislation on abortion, some 53 days before the midterm election, what's your take on what senator Graham has said what he has done and the pushback that he's getting and certainly the Democrats seeming to delight in the timing of it all. Well, I think, frankly, that's not helpful because first of all, I think the states ought to be weighing in on this, making their decisions and deciding, which is where it was before the Supreme Court intervened 50 years ago. But second, I think what Lindsey is trying to do is offer a position, which is in fact the majority of American position. The Democrats position of partial birth abortion taxpayer abortion and abortion up through the 9th month is in fact about a 23% position and most Americans would regard that as extreme. And of course, the Democrats want to pin the Republicans as being for no abortion under any circumstance. And I think Lindsey was trying to send a signal that there is a middle ground in that it's the Republicans who are willing to be on the middle ground, not the Democrats. So I think that's his intent. But I think, frankly, anything which takes us away from talking about the economy, crime, illegal immigration, the right of parents to know what's going on in their children's school. Anything which diverts from those topics is not necessarily to our advantage because we're going to win big on those topics. I had a friend who said that the abortion debate is horribly complicated. And it is. There's no way around it. It's a difficult issue to have. And it certainly potentially drives women, I guess, into the Democrat voting roles, if women of any political ideology feel that what they see is a right is taken away. Of course, the Supreme Court said this Supreme Court said roe V wade was wrong. It was there's never been a constitutional right to an abortion. The states get to decide, and I'm just confused. I'm baffled by this, but I keep saying over and over again, don't be distracted. There's a lot of distractions going on in the Democrats want the distraction. Right. That's why I think we're far better off to the start with the crisis in the cost of living. The fact that this week's numbers were terrible, look, the Democrats won any topic, which gets us away from what I said a while ago, which is the cost of living crisis, including the cost of energy. The rising crime rate in big cities led by Democrats. And with that, the rising drug overdoses, the challenge of parents being allowed to know what's going on in their children's schools and the crisis of illegal immigration. So from my perspective, at any time we're talking about topics other than those, we're not gaining ground on the scale we could be. And that's why I would come back to those over and over again and basically not engage in the debates that Democrats would like this election to be about Donald Trump and about abortion. We would like this election to be about the totally failed big government socialist policies, which are bankrupting us at the grocery store, bankrupting us. When you watch when New Hampshire, for example, it goes out to buy heating oil in October, general Baltic is going to dramatically pull ahead of senator Hassan because people are going to be in sticker shock. Right..

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on WTOP

"The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO P, President Biden is sounding an alarm about what he views as extremist threats to the nation's democracy from what he sees as the evil force of trumpism. In a speech last night he framed the November elections as part of an ongoing battle for the soul of the nation. The house January 6th committee once information from former house speaker Newt Gingrich about his communications with senior advisers to then president Trump in the days before the attack on the capitol. It also wants information on gingrich's involvement in the scheme to appoint fake electors. D.C. residents can get their annual flu shot and the newby valent COVID booster at the same time starting next week. Hours after the CDC approved the new boosters, the district said starting next Wednesday, both coronavirus and flu vaccines would be available in pharmacies and clinics in all 8 of the city's wards. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Soldiers and their families are not happy with military housing according to a new army survey. Federal news network, Scott moss oni has more. The army saw a drop in satisfaction with residents of its government owned and government leased housing this year, privatized military housing satisfaction scores dropped nearly two points compared to last year with an overall rating of 74 out of 100. Army owned housing dropped about half a satisfaction point with an overall score of 72. The army is currently investing billions of dollars to improve its barracks and on base housing, the military is a whole still reckoning with privatized housing scandals that left service members in substandard living conditions. Scott marioni, federal news network, 5 48. Back to Jack and the traffic

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That in anticipation of ratcheting up in this conflict to try to come to some understanding because neither nation can handle the economic fallout of this right now, particularly China. So how does the U.S. use that leverage? As a tension has been simmering for quite a while time, you know that. Seem to have been reinforced by what happened in Ukraine earlier this year, Tom. And how China seemed to be took the side of Russia against the wishes of the U.S. administration. There's no question about that. The linkage is there as well. But what I would go back to John is a change in rhetoric and you're going to reach back four or 5 and 6 years and as you mentioned earlier, John, this is also about the sea change in China. This is forget about the China of Newt Gingrich or Henry Kissinger. This isn't the China of early Obama. That's really well framed. I'm foreign policy on the international stage better than okay. We understand and this is all we understand at this point. According to Taiwan's liberty times, that we will get speak Pelosi landing in the country at ten 20 p.m. local time, so I make that about three hours from now, Lisa. And from there, who knows? Yeah, well, and how quickly do we get a response, too? You get the immediate response. The pomp and the circumstance, the show, perhaps a missile flying into a sea somewhere, but at what point do we start to see the real fissures begin? How far does it go? I would embed markets a little bit today. We're down about 6 tenths on a S&P 500 on the NASDAQ with down 7 tenths of 1%. It's defensive out there, but a risk aversion. You see it ain't going to be equity market. It's pulling

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"This. I think social media is also helping us a lot where a lot of black and Hispanic voters otherwise would have been just kind of listening to propaganda radio or television, but they're exposed to new and exciting voices like Candace Owens or Brandon Tatum, where they're getting the other side of the story for the first time, maybe 20 or 30 years ago. It wouldn't have been as possible. And also, unfortunately, the dominance of Democrats destroying these cities. It's now 50 years, 60 years. They've had their turn, and there is that kind of narrative that is seeping in, such as look at Detroit before and after Democrat rule. I mean, in certain, you've seen those pictures where almost Nagasaki has done better post atomic bomb than Detroit under Democrat rule. And then finally, and I love your thoughts on this. I think Republicans are doing better at candidate selection and asking for the vote. It's almost like there's this new sense of confidence thanks to president Trump where we're going to go and ask for the vote, such candidates like Herschel Walker and others. What are your thoughts on all that? Well, I think first of all, I think you're right on and I think you put your finger on a very fascinating part of this. Kevin McCarthy set out in 2020 to recruit candidates and people thought the House Republicans would lose 25 seats. They gained 15. That's a swing of 40 from what the experts thought would happen. Well, the 15 they gained every single one of them was either a woman or a minority and in some cases, as with two Korean American women in Southern California, a woman and a minority. And McCarthy talks constantly about base broadening and he talks about this opportunity to expand the brand, not just to focus in a narrow way on the old base. All of this was made possible by two things. One was Trump's effectiveness in communicating and in delivering the fact is you look at the price of gasoline two 35, I think, when Trump left office, you look at the price of gasoline now, you look at the price of food when Trump left office, you look at the price of food now. You look at the border getting controlled under Trump. You look at the chaos and the border now. You look at the crime rate under Trump. And Trump, I think, by now, would have very aggressively gone after these George Soros elected district attorneys who are refusing to prosecute

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:43 min | 11 months ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"With us right now as someone who always tends to just make sense of confusing times, he is so clear and so wise and it's an honor to have him back on our program. Speaker Newt Gingrich. Mister speaker, welcome back to the program. It's great to be with you as always. So mister speaker, yesterday, president zelensky gave a moving address to the Congress. Give us your reaction. What would your response to that be? If you were Speaker of the House of Representatives and what should the Republican response be as after hearing that address? Well, I think I would draw a very sharp line. Between giving the Ukrainians as much help as we can to defeat the Russian invasion, but not committing America to any kind of war. I think that if we provide enough equipment and we provide enough training, which could be done outside of Ukraine, I think there's a very high likelihood they're going to defeat the Russians. And part of it is because, you know, dying for Putin is not a particularly exciting idea, whereas defending your own country is a very exciting idea. And I think many of these so called analysts, including our own intelligence services and the chairman of the joint chiefs, we're just plain wrong. They all assumed if he just looked at the numbers, that the Russians would roll over Ukraine that the Ukrainians would collapse. Well, the Ukrainians stood up for freedom. I think there are two practical reasons for helping them. One is specifically to help people who want to be free. And who are prepared to risk their lives to be free. But the other is to send a signal to dictators around the world that you can't just go and basically attack your neighbor. This is very similar psychologically to the rise in violent crime in the United States, where we elected a series of George Soros financed district attorneys who basically said, you know, you can steal, you can rob. We're going to put you back on the street. And some of these cities we're not going to have bail, no matter how often you do things. And so you end up with some guy with 16 different crimes on his record, killing a 24 year old college student while she's working at a store or you end up with a person who's clearly mentally deranged, stabbing two people at a museum. And I think similarly, you have a very similar pattern in international relations. If it was easy for Putin to take Ukraine, the chance of Xi Jinping deciding to occupy Taiwan would go up dramatically. Now, I do believe we should avoid using American forces. We should avoid getting involved in the war. But I think where I'm different from some of my friends, the problems on the southern border aren't money. Problems on the southern border are President Biden and woke Democrats who want an open border. The problem of dealing with fentanyl is one of actually enforcing the law and enforcing control of the border. And frankly, raising the price on the only place that produces it, which is China. We've allowed them to wage war on us in terms of basically addiction. And get away with it without us responding aggressively to the kind of things they're doing. They know where the fentanyl is made. You can't have a dictatorship the intensity of Xi Jinping's ship and then turn around and say oh, we really don't know where that particular factory is. That's just.

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"We're back one on one. This is America first with me some action walker and Newt Gingrich. What was it you said at that event at the museum, you said that when you were speaking or there was a certain year where you ran candidates, the Republican candidates ran canton the republic party ran candidates everywhere bar bar three or four seats, correct? In 1994, we broke with the tradition of trying to be clever. And we ran candidates in 432 congressional districts. Wow. We beat chairman ruston of the ways and means committee in downtown Chicago. We beat speaker fully and spoken in Washington. And we beat the Jack Brooks, the chairman judiciary committee in the Houston suburbs, no technical expert would have said we could do that. And that's why we ran everybody, because we didn't know who was going to win. But we knew that if we got a tidal wave that a lot of people would come in if you had people on the ballot. And I would say the same thing this coming year that this could be a magic year where there really is a gigantic tsunami. And to use a Cold War phrase, what is the correlation of forces between the new America first, a mega post Tea Party type of Republican and The Old Guard, the bana Mitch McConnell Bill crystal is the new populist conservatism winning right now. Yeah, I would say it's probably 70 30 or 80 20. You know, and again, when you have these kind of profound upheavals, you're going to have remnants of the old order. And that's just natural. And most of those remnants in the end are going to go along with you. And a few of them are going to leave and join the other party. But I think you're seeing a nationwide rebellion against obsolete bureaucratic government. And I think you're seeing a nationwide rebellion against big government socialism. And I think you're seeing a nationwide rebellion against radical woke ism and all those. And then frankly the great problem for the Democrats, which was captured dialog perfectly by Ted Cruz, who said that Biden's problem is that he combines the incompetence of Jimmy Carter, theoreticals and George McGovern. And I think that's pretty accurate. And so the best theme next year may be, this isn't working. I mean, you may be able to build the biggest possible coalition around the simple question do you think this is working? Yeah, fabulous. Well, I am saddened that we have run out of time. I'm also saddened that America only has one new gingrich, but here's the good news. You can listen to his podcast. You can follow him, got his website, order his book right now beyond Biden..

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"The whole truth, nothing but the truth. That's doctor G's specialty. America first. We're back one on one. This is America first with me Sebastian gorka and Newt Gingrich. Speak again, which let's talk about my former boss the 45th president United States. To you, what did his victory in 2016 mean? I find it amusing that as an immigrant to this nation, I have to remind my fellow Americans that it was the first time in our republic's history that we elected a non politician or a non retired military officer to the highest post in the land. How much for you did he change American politics inexorably? Well, I think if you look at Glenn young Ken's victory, you see an example of it. I mean, young gun campaigned on lowering taxes, less regulation, more jobs. He campaigned on taking on the culture war. Things that I think certainly on the culture war front the traditional Republicans would never have touched. Trump, I think I thought it was an extraordinarily important victory because I always tell people it's not that Trump is a great conservative. I don't think he sat around reading Bill Buckley and trying to understand theoretical conservatism. But Trump was the most effective anti liberal. I've ever seen. He just applied common sense. And did any act that he did things all day every day, and he was steadily methodically taking apart the left's world, which is why they hated him. And why they rigged the election and spent so much time for some literally from before his election. I mean, the first article in The Washington Post on impeachment is like April of 2016. And the day that he is being inaugurated, there's an article in the post on impeachment. And the day after his inauguration, there is a huge crowd and Madonna talks about how she envisions The White House getting blown up as a positive experience. And it was an unending four year war in part because Trump is a genuine threat. He's the first time I think since Andrew Jackson that you had a genuine threat to the establishment that potentially capable of profoundly shifting the country in ways that would be unthinkable for a normal politician. No, I couldn't agree more. However, he did face into impeachments and members of his administration of the highest level trying to undermine him. So let me ask you as somebody who's been in American politics as a leader for decades, are we doing enough organically as a movement to build that bench? I was a deputy assistant to the president. I found people at my rank in The White House who hated their boss weren't forced to be a political appointee. Are we developing enough people who will actually cleave to the vision of the next man elected into The White House as a Republican? Are you concerned? Well, I'm concerned, but I think it can be done. Part of the difference I try to remind people is that Trump came out of nowhere in 2015 and beat 15 other people for the nomination and turned around and then beat Hillary Clinton for the general election. And had practically no time to think about transition and taking over the government. Ronald Reagan gave his first great national speech in October of 1964, ran for governor in 1966, served 8 years as governor two terms ran three times for president. And by the time he was sworn in in 1981, he had literally had 16 years to develop a farm team to develop a transition plan to work with the heritage foundation, which produced a book called mandate for change, in which 250 experts wrote about how they would fix the U.S. government and basically he hired almost all 250 and put them in the positions. They just written about. So there was a power in a momentum to Reagan. I think now that if we start sometime in the spring of 2000 24, once we have a nominee, we will be able to develop the kind of in depth analysis and the kind of in depth planning that will allow us to have the right kind of test. I mean, there's no question that a large number of the people and key positions actively undermine Trump and dislike Trump they wanted the job, but they didn't want the responsibility. And I think we have to have a much more rigorous personnel system next time. But I think that's the nature of these kinds of movements. When somebody emerges out of nowhere, you have a limited amount of things you can get done. And he did a pretty good job of focusing on the really big ones. But in the process, he still had far too many people who deeply disliked him and who were prepared to undermine his administration. We have two years to work on it, but we have to start soon. The new book by speaker gingrich is beyond Biden. You can get it right now. Also, you should bookmark his web page gingrich 360 dot com and subscribe to newt's weld his podcast. Do you do everything that you could do to ensure that your healthy for your loved ones? Is your wife, your mother, your father, your children, your grandchildren? Are they concerned that you're not the healthiest you could be? There are so many reasons to take balance of nature, but that's one of the reasons that I'm serious about it because I'm serious about my personal responsibility for my health. You know you need to eat vegetables, you know, you need to eat fruit, but very rarely do we eat enough..

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"My last question will be, just remind people what you did in 1994, the profound and historic nature there, and the similarities you see between the two. Well, in 1994, we had not been the Republicans in the House and not been a majority for 40 years. So people assumed that we would lose. And then we'd still be in the minority. And when we won 53 seats and we came a majority, it was a huge shot. We made it a bigger shock was we did it with a document called the contract with America, which everybody had signed. We had a big event on the capitol steps. Everybody, all the candidates came. They all went up and signed it. So we actually knew in the first hundred days, everything we were going to do. And we worked very hard and we actually got it all done in about 93 days. But one of the keys was, the way everything we picked had 70% approval or better. So we are in a position to know that if you defend and what we were talking about, you were inevitably going to have 7 or 8 out of every ten people agreeing with you. Welfare reform would be an example. Reforming the house, making the house operate under the same laws as every other else. Balancing the federal budget cutting taxes to create jobs. These are all popular issues. So our candidates had positive things to say and they were committed to actually doing it. Now, the thing that's interesting is, it created a tidal wave effect. We gained the Senate, the house, picked up governorships, picked up state legislative seats. We had regained the strengths that we had not had for the generation. And despite occasionally losing, we have remained across the whole country. Stronger than the Democratic Party. There are more Republican state legislators that are Republican governors and we're tied in the Senate only because we were incredibly stupid in Georgia. Or we'd have a majority. And we're right at the edge of a breaking through on the house and having maybe the biggest majority since 1928. So, you know, I think it was a historic moment. But I would also say that 14 year olds who are those things, you have a great, great future. You look at SpaceX, you look at the likelihood that people who are listening to this podcast are going to in fact in the end, Leon Mars, be on the moon. Have lives of enormous adventure. We're going to continue to have breakthroughs in healthcare and biology. People are going to live longer and healthier and I'm excited about the next 40 or 50 years. And that's why I wrote beyond Biden because I wanted to communicate. Don't just get gloomy and down because these people are idiots. Recognize that this was a free country, and we have techniques for getting rid of idiots. We wipe them out into it. And these guys will be gone. And then you have heard the last less from Kamala Harris, which will be a positive thing for civic culture. The last cackle. I can't wait. That'll be a wonderful name of a column. The last minute. Beyond Biden by speaker Newt Gingrich, I love the optimistic tone. It's terrific. And I enjoyed the conversation so much. Thank you, mister speaker and thank you for being generous with your time. Can't wait to see you again. Thank you, Joe. Great. Thank you..

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Show with us today. He's a legend of the conservative movement and one of the wisest smartest people I think in the entire country. Speaker gingrich, who has a new book out that I encourage everyone to purchase beyond Biden is the book rebuilding the America we love mister speaker. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Tell us a little bit about this book. But first of all, it's always going to be with you and you do an amazing show. When I sat down and tried to decide on my next book, I decided not to do an anti Biden book, which obviously would have been pretty popular. At least some of our folks. Because I thought Biden himself would prove to be sufficiently anti Biden, and that's exactly what's been happening. But I always concerned about the country. One of the things that when Republicans get back in charge, they should focus on because it's not enough to just be anti. We have a real competitor with China, which is I think a genuine danger to eliminating our freedom and our independence. We have great challenges in our inner cities both from crime, and in education. We have a huge challenge on the border with illegal immigration. You're down the list. And so I wanted to write a book that was beyond just being anti Biden. And that really talked about, this is the kind of stuff we're going to have to do. We got a roller seas up. If we're going to be successful as a country. And I absolutely think we have to think in terms of modernizing America. We have very old bureaucracies that are based on the industrial era. They don't work very well. And that includes The Pentagon, which we just saw in Afghanistan. It includes NASA, which has had a particularly large project that is absurdly overpriced to them actually that are extraordinary over budget and over time. It includes all the major bureaucracies in Washington. And from them, parallel bureaucracies at the state and local level. So we have a lot to do. And beyond Biden is my effort to be in the communicate how big the changes have

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"And so people are going to go out there for that Turkey dinner. And in fact, the government said it will be the most expensive Thanksgiving dinner in history. Newt Gingrich is with us his new book is out this week beyond Biden rebuilding the America we love. It is out. You need to get your hands on it. I also, I want to go back to what you said about the broken promises and you use the word astonishing. It's astonishing when you just put a list together of the things that President Biden has promised, and those broken promises. There would be remember he said there would be no vaccine mandate. Now, of course, companies are struggling with an inevitable vaccine mandate. As you say, gas prices, food prices, he said he would unite us. You know, we would be united, newt. We're more divided than ever. Biden reminds me of the character and being there. Who is trying to Gardner? Yeah. And everybody projects unto him that he must really be wise in those same things like. So what do you think the market will do in the spring? And he says, well, plutonium come up in the spring. They go, oh my God. That is so meaningful. And that's sort of Biden. I mean, sadness floating through. He's floating through his presidency as though nothing that's happening is real. And you find out this latest, my favorite insanity is the idea that we're going to get $450,000 to illegal immigrants because they had psychological tension and I keep trying to imagine the table, and which people were sitting around going, you know, what would it be a really good thing to do is one of them said, I know, why don't we give $450,000 to every illegal immigrant who has felt psychological tension? Now, you have to ask yourself, how do you find a person who thinks like that? And how could the rest of the table not have thrown things at them for a gross stupidity or not? That's really a good idea. I think giving them are you sure 150,000 is enough? Maybe we should give them more. And you have to wonder that these people are so out of touch with reality that they would be a bad Walt Disney movie. I mean governor Ron DeSantis this week called this an incomprehensibly stupid idea, and yet and when I first read about it, I thought this was something that sat tired. There's no way The White House is seriously considering this, but of course it was confirmed that they are. And yet, you got to explain this to me. I get the bias of the media. I get the mainstream media. I call them the beast. I call academia trying to indoctrinate our kids. I call the press, the media, the beast. And the beast is wounded right now because they don't really know which end is up. But how does even conservative media Fox News one America news newsmax online up and down, how do you not lose your mind for 24 7 over a plan that would take taxpayer dollars and as you say, pay $450,000 per person up to a million of family or more? You know what $450,000 would mean to a hardworking farmer in middle of rural America and yet it seemed to me that that story has gotten scant coverage. Am I wrong here? I just seem like I'm waiting for the roof to come off on this. I think you have to think of the Biden media rather than the news media. Right. I'll tell you, I was shocked. On Sunday, when chuck Todd, on meet the press, I mean a man who clearly is totally in the tank for the Democrats. And he used to be a democratic operative. Would he actually showed the NBC News poll, and did it as a graphic which we have cheerfully sent out, showing that on 6 or 7 major issues, Republicans now have a 20 point plus advantage as to who can solve it. Now, for chuck Todd to show that had to have been a moment of agony that, you know, he probably went home that day and drank an entire 5th of bourbon, just to just to cope with the degree to which he had betrayed the true faith. But what you're watching is these people are totally them. It's not that they're the news media. They're the Biden media, or they're the big government socialist media, but they have no interest in covering anything which would harm their side, but the problem they got in a good example when I were kidding about, if the president of the United States falls asleep in public at a conference, even the most jaded pro Biden reporter has a little bit of a challenge. How do you not, how do you not cover the fact that now, again, I think if he was listening to a John Kerry speech, I give him a certain credit. I don't blame him. On the other hand, he's the guy who appointed Kerry who's got to be the most pompous, self involved and end fundamentally stupid person to occupy a major position in recent government. I mean, it carries just a marvel to watch. Well, there's a lot of them that he's surrounded himself with. And I'm encouraged and I'm pretty optimistic about the massive pushback. I've been doing this a lot of years, not as many as you. I've been behind a microphone for the better part of four decades. I've never seen the kind of pushback that ordinary Americans are giving to an agenda that is so radical and so wildly out of touch. And I'm encouraged by that, aren't you? Well, I am in our polling data free market capitalism gets 59% in big government socialism gets 16. And when you realize that the people who currently dominate Washington have one 6th of the country behind them. One 6th. You begin to realize how far out on a limb they are. And that's frankly why when I sat down to write beyond Biden, I deliberately did not write an anti Biden book, because these guys are so bad. That they're going to make their own case. Yeah. And what we have to worry about is how do we compete with China? How do we fix our institutions that are really broken? And how do we get back to being the most dynamic, most exciting country in the world? That's why beyond Biden focuses on those kinds of things. But I watch what's happening and I have to confess, you know, I've been trying to come up with illustrations, for example, the reason the best way to understand how the radical left deals with violent crime and deals with terrorism and deals with the threats of violence is to imagine that they saw The Lion King as a documentary. And they actually believe that lions and zebras sing and dance together and find happiness together. And therefore they are always shocked when you release murderers and rapists or you release terrorists that they actually go back to being murderers and rapists and terrorists. And it's kind of trying to figure out Reagan once said that it wasn't what liberals didn't know the scaredy. It's what they knew that wasn't true. And I've been trying to go stage further because what's really amazing to me is they don't seem able to learn anything. So if the border is a total disaster, they don't notice it. They don't think of it as a disaster, although I must say, I think Ted Cruz had a brilliant idea, which I'm trying to get House and Senate Republicans to actually introduces a bill, which is that proportionately as many illegal immigrants have to be sent to the highest income zip codes like Nantucket. Right. As a percent anywhere else in America. And the morning you had 300 Haitians living next to Nancy Pelosi and San Francisco, she would suddenly decide that we need to build the border wall. I love, I love the like, you know, as the theater geek, you know how much I love the fact I'm a couple of weeks I'll be shaving my head and playing daddy warbucks in a production of Annie for the children's theater here in the upstate of South Carolina plays you know well. And so The Lion King analogy is perfect. I'm going to quote you, I'm going to cite it and I can't wait to read.

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"And i understand we have with us. Newt gingrich he's been i understand. He's been away. He's been enjoying a rome and he's back mr speaker klaus great talking to you welcome back. We missed you. You were out. You were in rome enjoying the sun enjoying the vatican to the newsletter today. Asking really simple question when you watch all of these thousands of people illegally crossing the border Where are they going. Apparently the biden administration will not tell us where they're sending all of the illegal immigrants. They're sending them where they need votes. Well i think that's what they're doing. But i think i think they owe to the american people when you have people coming over to have not been tested for covert in many cases have not been checked for a criminal record. to just put on a greyhound and say good luck strikes me as really totally irresponsible and a threat to the country. And i think that this is. This is an issue that members of the house and senate out of the sem. So who's coming to mind district and who's gonna pay for it It's it's a real problem and of course when you start letting thousands of people across the border one way to think of this. As compared to a city in july under the biden system. We add birmingham. you know. Illegal immigrants to birmingham alabama two hundred. One thousand people Where did they go. You know how many of them were criminals. How many how many of them had covert in in mcallen. Texas were a lot of them. Go early on They estimate was sixteen. Percent of the people coming across the border had cove it now. that's basically who was actually in mccallum. So they'd had about seven thousand. I think well come to their relatively small town at least speaker. What may in the last seven months policies that the biden administration comes up with. What do you think makes you the most angry or hurt our country. The most that is a really good question. I i think what what has made me. The angriest actually was not by but pelosi As a former speaker of the house. I think that the the us house is very very very important. And i think that it is the center of freedom not not the presidency which is just a kingship but but the the. Us house is built on the traditional british house comments and watching her become a dictator watching her break every single rule Watching her run things entirely on her. Own i i think is the most destructive thing i've seen by any american politician In a very very long time. And i think that if we will see for years from now and of course it's carried over to biden who was told by the. Us supreme court that he cannot by executive order. stopped landlords from collecting the rent Decides she'll just go ahead and violate the constitution. Which is you know in. The supreme court has ruled if a president goes directly that ruling. He is clearly violating the constitution. And you have to wonder. I mean doesn't there's no respect for the rule of law at the border. There's no respect for the rule of law when it gets involved in an issue that the left-wing cares about And of course now although we already have inflation and we already see gasoline..

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"newt gingrich" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"newt gingrich" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"This is the cats roundtable chime cats smith here sunday morning. What's going on in our country. Well one of the smartest guys. I know as a historian published many many books and wasn't the vatican for many many years because of his wife being the ambassador to the vatican. Well he's back. He's back in washington with us. This morning is former speaker of the house. Newt gingrich in morning nude. How are you doing well. First of all the different things going on in our country. So i'm confident that eventually just went out because america's very resilient country. I'm hoping that Joe biden president. You know you've known him for one hundred years usually his closer to center than left Do you think that by his appointments. He's showing that. Oh by his speech give us a your evaluation of his inauguration speech and and the people he's appointed well. I think the speech was very very good. 'cause i had a chance to actually see it live on a wi fi on delta airplane coming back from room to the us. And i thought that Really was was shaped correctly What theme of unity made sense was almost dwight eisenhower. Kind of speech on the challenge for biden. I think is that the team around him is way to the left of speech. And that's why after the speech is over. He walked back down washing down the pennsylvania avenue and ultimately signing some seventeen Executive orders that afternoon almost which fit to speech. So there's challenge is going to be making a decision. Is he going to be the president biden of the inaugural address or the president biden of executive orders and those are two really really different futures. And he's you know he's the guy tries to decide which one of those who wants to be. Well i mean he's got all the the marvels in the whole world of the democratic party controls. The executive office controls the senate now and controls the congress. Somebody executive orders. He has signed or were closing. Down the pipeline..

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