Gingrich: Dems ‘methodically trying to destroy conservatism’ with Biden as ‘pleasant cover’

Gingrich: Dems ‘methodically trying to destroy conservatism’ with Biden as ‘pleasant cover’

President
Biden’s
“radical”
inner
circle
is
working
to
“destroy”
the
legacy
of

President
Trump,
former
House
Speaker
Newt
Gingrich
warned
on
“Hannity”
Thursday. 

“I
think
you
are
seeing the
hysteria
of
the
Biden system,
because
it’s
not
really
about Biden
himself,”
Gingrich
told
host
Sean
Hannity.
“It’s
his
entire
team
around
him who
are
radicals
who
believe that
they
could
exterminate
the Republicans. That
would
be
one
way
to
get
the
‘unity’,”
Gingrich
said.

The
former
lawmaker
noted
the
case
of
New
York
Times
contributor
Will
Wilkinson  who
had
joked that
if
Biden
meant
what
he
said
about
unity,
he
would “lynch
Mike
Pence.”
The
message
was
later
deleted
and
Wilkinson
was
fired
from
the
Niskanen
Center
think
tank. 

“That
gives
you
a
sense
of
the ferocity
and
the
anger
and
the hatred
that
underlies
the
modern left,”
said
Gingrich.


NY
TIMES
CONTRIBUTOR
LOSES
THINK
TANK
JOB
OVER
TWEET
SUGGESTING
BIDEN
SHOULD
‘LYNCH
MIKE
PENCE’

Turning
to
the
46th
president’s
actions
on
his
first
day
in
office,
Gingrich
told
Hannity
that
“you have
to
think
in
terms
of
the Biden
machine,
not
Biden personally. Biden
didn’t
personally
sit
down and
draft
17
executive
orders

but
radicals
on
his
staff
did.”

“Think
about
this,”
Gingrich
added.
“On
the
very
day
he
was
sworn
in as
president,
he
signed
an executive
order
to
destroy
the 1776
Commission. And
all
of
our
viewers
tonight ought
to
ask
themselves,
what
is it
about
this
1776
Commission that
made
it
such
a
big
deal that
Biden
went
out
of
his
way to
destroy
it
on
his
first
day of
office?


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“The
answer
is
it
is
a pro-American,
pro-history,
pro-fact
commission
which
threatens
the
very essence
of
the
modern
left
and
… all
of
their
lies
about
the
makeup
of
America.”

Gingrich
went
on
to
contrast
the
“smiling”
visage
of
Biden
on
the
inaugural
stage
with
the
dangerous
and
divisive
policies
he
immediately
enacted
upon
leaving
it.

“I
thought
it
was
a
great
speech. I
thought
it
had
all
the
right tone. But
I
also
know
that
if Eisenhower
had
given
that speech,
he
would
have
meant
it,”
he
said.
“He’s
just
the
pleasant
cover,
below
which
they
are
methodically
trying
to destroy
conservatism.”

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