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Newt Gingrich: 'How Many Americans Have To Die Before Barack Obama And Hillary Clinton Tell The Truth'

During his Fox news rant, Gingrich proposed bringing back a new House Un-American Activities Committee to root out evildoers.
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Newt Gingrich joined Fox and Friends this morning and was completely unhinged, as were most right wing pundits this morning.

As usual Newt blamed the left for making America afraid because to report suspicious behavior because of "political correctness."

He predicted and hoped for a new HUAC, "House Un-American Activities Committee," to be formed, which is one of the most vile organizations that was ever created. Hey, welcome back Joe McCarthy!

In reality, he wants them to be able to investigate anyone they think is a potential problem, which includes everyone on the left that doesn't shout out their windows, "radical Islam!"

Gingrich even criticized George Bush for telling the American people that "Islam was a religion of peace so to suggest somebody who might be Muslim, might be dangerous is a sign you're an Islamophobe."

But he left his most viscous attacks towards the end for HRC and Obama by blaming them for the Orlando Massacre for "suppressing to tell the truths about the threats we face."

He included Benghazi in his rant because, well, just because, before Gingrich said "How many Americans have to die before Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton decide they can tell the truth about the threat to the United States from Islamic supremacists?"

Yes, how dare President Obama try and act like a president when a tragedy strikes America, instead of an AM hate talk radio host. You know, like the fellow the Republicans picked to be their presidential nominee in 2016.

Here's the entire segment via Fox News



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