Newt Gingrich -VS- ABC Clinton Sycophant Martha Raddatz…

WE ARE WINNING – The signs are increasingly everywhere. 2.6 million individual small donations to Trump in September, that’s yuge.

The media is shifting their attack Trump approach – to attack Trump supporters. This is a key ‘indicator’ which tells us the media attempts to destroy their original target is not having the necessary effect. Historically, when this happens the media shift and begin trying to frame a narrative against the supporters of their target.

It has always been thus. Remember their playbook: Isolate, Ridicule, Marginalize…

….Fourteen million citizens and private ballots picked Donald Trump, 20 TV executives have decided to destroy him…

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308 Responses to Newt Gingrich -VS- ABC Clinton Sycophant Martha Raddatz…

  1. Tom says:

    All she did was bring up the same Trump tape comments over and over and Gingrich let her, and responded. After the first attempt he should have redirected to the Podesta emails and refused to comment further on the tapes. Sheesh, I think he’s in on the scheme. All they did was talk about the tape and belittle Trump.

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    • Trumped says:

      Little and big Trump he says while there is only one small Gingrinch grinch.
      He cant get over himself. Im glad he didn’t say, “Calista and I,..”

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    • mister549 says:

      I’m sorry that I listened to this while I was eating supper. I’m about to lose everything I ate. Newt and his Big Trump and Little Trump does not sit well with me at all! And, of course, Martha, bleh!

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      • BT in SC says:

        Me, too, mister549. And, I was enjoying it – dinner, by myself – until this. Makes me just want to grab those faux epauletts of hers and shake ’em with all my might, as frantically / madly / wildly as I possibly can, in an effort to get just TWO – ONE and a HALF, even – brain cells to cease their endless roaming like empty midway bumper cars or pac man on an idle screensaver and “accidentally” rub together!! Then, perhaps, this “part of THE problem lying leftist media lackey” could figure out that she needs to buy a clue from Pat Sajak to further solve the mystery she seems so stymied by. To call her clueless would be both a lie and an understatement! This “WannaBeMegynKelly” harpy knows exactly what Newt the Weasel couldn’t quite bring himself to say to answer her question. But, nooooo… Newt couldn’t stand up for DJT, and Martha gave it her all with an over-done albeit lukewarm performance. Disgusting. Guess I’m finished eating…

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    • Enlightened Vulgarian says:

      If you like your Establishment Republican, you can keep your Establishment Republican….

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    • JR Kipling says:

      Exactly. Gingrich gets done talking about the media dwelling on Donalds little flaws and then Gingrich runs off saying that both candidates are “deeply deeply flawed”. Is Trump flawed the way Clinton is flawed? Is Trumps heroic stature and deeds to be removed by his off hand comments to friends? Is everything equal? Why must Gingrich run to that kind of mindless equivalency. The one that is truly deeply flawed is Gingrich.

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        Gingritch knew darn well Trump was kidding and trying to lighten the topic.He did a great job of pointing out the media;s attempts to “rig ” the election with their overt campaigning for Hillary——-

        Din;t like the “two deeply flawed candidates” comment or the “big Trump, little Trump comment” Do we see why he is NOT Trump’s VP ?

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      • kjj says:

        Remember the mexican judge comments? Lots of people figured that was a test to see which VP candidates had good instincts and would stay loyal in the face of adversity. Newt failed then in the same way. His instincts are not solid.

        When you say that the press gave 24 minutes to Trump’s silly comments and only one to Wikileaks, and the face retorts that Trump’s comments are getting lots of attention, you don’t (can’t) just let it slide.

        You cut her off, midstream if possible, and you say, loudly and clearly, “Yes, thank you for agreeing with me. YOU certainly have given a lot of attention to these trivialities and ignored the substance. YOU should be ashamed of yourself. The American people expected more from YOU.”

        Newt suffers from smart man disease. He thinks that his intellect (and it is considerable) will let him win over trained professionals playing their own game. Lots of guys in prison also thought they could outwit police interviews because the cop had an IQ 20 or 50 points lower. Same thing. In many games, skill (training and practice) is more important than raw horsepower.

        Winning a TV debate with a news face isn’t about facts and figures and points and responses. It is about frame. If you accept your opponent’s frame, even if you imagine that you have better “points” than they do, you’ve still lost.

        In this case, the face was pretending that they are just giving the American people what they want, more juicy Trump gossip. That is pure bullshit, of course. News isn’t about giving the people what they want, it is about giving them what their betters think they need. The news doesn’t have even the foggiest notion of what the public wants, because it is totally irrelevant to them. Who cares what the mouth-breathers in flyover country think? They’d sooner ask pond scum what it thinks.

        By not challenging that ridiculous statement, he accepted and implicitly endorsed her frame: the media is important, the media is doing good work, what the media says is important is important, the media is doing a public service, etc, etc.

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      • Robert Blank says:

        Yea Newt has his own messy past so for him to mouth off of how flawed Trump is, is hilarious and pathetic at the same time.

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    • Oasis00000 says:

      Newt has no discipline

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      • skidly says:

        Sure he does, given the chance he will always stab you in the back. Just ask his wives, or you could ask the Republican Congress that forced him to resign as Speaker.

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    • myshariamoor says:

      @Tom…Yeah…”Ginger” was ALWAYS kinda dodgy even as SPEAKER, too.
      An EAGER UniParty PLONK!
      Trump KNEW Gin-gin would be a BAD VP candidate!
      WINNING !

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    • Now you know why Trump did not pick Newt for VP. You can’t trust him!

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    • dilonsfo says:

      Newt is only out for himself…always has been and always will be. He thinks he a genus and some people licking his shoes keep that lie afloat.

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    • xyzlatin says:

      What I like about Trump is that he is strong enough in himself that he doesn’t surround himself with yes men. Newt has been a friend for years and Newt gives his own opinion while supporting Trump. I know we are all hyper-sensitive to any criticism of Trump, but Trump in spite of all the talk about him being thin skinned, is not really in my opinion. He does have a policy of stamping on any attack but it is as Scott Adams says, a proportional response. That appears to be thin skinned. But at the same time, many reports of Trump listening to opposing opinion, weighing it, and taking his own counsel finally. If he were genuinely thin skinned, he wouldn’t have got this far.

      As far as not responding to these women, that would not in my opinion, be living up to his reputation as an alpha male. Would an alpha be attracted to a visually less attractive woman? No. Trump is actually reinforcing his image by making the comments he has. We have to allow Trump to be an authentic male. Males do think this way about women. Just about every woman they meet they judge by their appearance and slot them into a category. That is fact. Men are visual.

      All the pc nonsense shoved down our throats will not stop those facts. Newt thinks he loses votes by doing this. I think he gains and keeps them. Trump has become a role model for men particularly white men, who have been savaged by an out of control women’s movement.

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      • Robert Blank says:

        There is a big difference in being flawed and “deeply flawed” so tell me do you think Hillary and Trump are both deeply flawed as Newt spouts? If you do then you must think Hillary and Trump are flawed on the same level.

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    • rsanchez1990 says:

      I would keep Newt Gingrich at arm’s length. At best, he lets himself get caught by the media to provide sound bites against Trump. At worst, he’s in with Paul Ryan.

      To give Newt the benefit of the doubt, though, Newt would say two or three words and then Martha immediately jumps on him. He rolled over.

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    • Deborah says:

      Gingrich in no position to belittle anyone. Look at his bad baggage when it came to his ex-wife he disrespected, when she needed him most. Newt has really bad baggage. It is probably why he never ran for another elected office in Georgia because he knows he cannot get elected. Newt says Ryan is a good person. If Newt knows what is good, he would have done good to have pivoted the conversation to the WikiLeaks emails.

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  2. Trumped says:

    It is only 2minutes of Kaine and raddatz:

    The way Kaine is acting tells us he is highly worried. They even lost their smug smiles.
    Says : “I am Catholic. I’m very, very serious about my Catholicism and Hillary views that as a real asset. ” lol ASSET seems to get another meaning with these guys..
    “we all have opinions and I don’t think you need to apologize for your opinions. ”

    ._
    Meanwhile the email and its content seems to make the rounds. Two days ago I didn’t find much about it but today there are a lot of articles around all with a negative tone towards Clinton.
    And most want an apology and many resignations.

    http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/news/2016/10/14/catholic-bishops-and-campaigners-condemn-ugly-and-anti-catholic-emails-between-clinton-team/

    This is a very interesting group anyone interested in the matter should chekc out:
    https://catholicvote.org/after-wikileaks-catholic-democrats-must-choose/

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  3. Boudica says:

    Anyone who doubts elections can be rigged they need to visit the Governor’s election in WA State 8 years ago. I was there, I found the 1st dead voter, it was horrific!

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I thought Newt was VERY strong on rigging – and maybe he needs to give Mike Pence a 30-minute history lesson over lunch. Newt didn’t just piddle around, either – he went for all the marbles, talking about Nixon’s election being STOLEN at the presidential level, and the view of historians on that. BRAVO!!!

      LOGIC TEST – If the media that’s supposed to be neutral and find the TRUTH will rig things, what will Democrats do? Democrats – who have a documented history of cheating, over and over and over. Democrats – who organize black ops to vandalize Trump supporters. Democrats – who, ironically, comprise 90+% of the known rigged media. Will they respect the legal niceties, when their own boss is a scofflaw felon, skating on influence?

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  4. Stringy theory says:

    Raddatz is really a Ratazz, nothing more.

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    • Badjack says:

      She’s as attractive as Jessica Leeds so she don’t need to worry about Trump going for her front bum.

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      • keebler AC says:

        Jessica Leeds, middle aged, librarian type traveling first class being accosted is ridiculous. Trump probably had the whole section of seats to himself, he’s not going to tolerate having to sit and chit chat with a groupie. She might have found out that he was on first class and went to assault him with unbuttoned shirt but he wasn’t interested at all nor would he remember the ugly broad. He has beautiful women surrounding him. She’s a failed “gold-digger” now going after Goldman-Sachs payment from Hilary R Corrupt campaign.

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        • Deborah says:

          I agree Keebler. She probably saw a vacant seat next to Trump. She asked flight attendant, may I go and have a word with Trump, please!! The two engaged in conversation for awhile, along with the witness, who was the other passenger. This was a day flight. Back in those days, flight attendants in first were attentive and always in the aisle. I BELIEVE SHE SEXUALLY HARASSED TRUMP and returned to her coach seat, when she got no play. Base on how this woman looks today, she does not appeared to have been Trump’s type. He likes pretty dainty women, according to Trump. By the way, if the plane was a narrow body, the arm rest cannot be removed, perhaps by a mechanic but not by a passenger.

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      • seventhndr says:

        No kidding. And what is the implication here? That men need to be attracted to all women? Trump is bad because they “believe” he tried to come on to her and he’s bad because he openly states he is not attracted to her. Insane. I, and most the country really and truly HATE the media. I’m glad we boo’d the hell out of them in Cincy.

        Oh, and… hey lefty women! There is nothing attractive about any liberal. They are filled with so much hate and ignorance its impossible to like them.

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  5. Coldeadhands says:

    That’s vintage Newt. He’s still refining his stealth globalist bona fides.

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  6. HolyLoly says:

    Newt’s wrong. Trump’s sarcastic mockery of these lying women is pitch perfect. And that kind of rhetoric is precisely why we love Trump.

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    • andi lee says:

      Bingo! Well said, HolyLoly.

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      • Ruffin says:

        So when is a comment about an unattractive woman a federal offense?

        True fact, he woman is/was ugly and is also delusional if she was stupid enough to think that DJT would find her attractive.

        The gotcha attack against Trump is part and parcel of her ugliness, which is only skin deep,the lying dishonesty is ingrained to the bone and makes her appearance even worse.
        What we have here is another ugly woman looking for attention and a pay off.

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    • unseen1 says:

      As a guy I agree but not sure if women see it the same. I hope they do. It’s always hard for me to tell how the opposite sex will react to these things.

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    • andi lee says:

      Anderson set that Trump supporter up for a jail sentence, worse-case scenario, harassment by FEDs, least case. He did not say, assassinate, Anderson did. He did allude to Clinton being corrupt and should be held accountable. I hope the good-guy FEDs handle his case.

      Unfortunate, the Trump supporter did not correct Anderson immediately.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Right—we all understood him. I don’t grope women—but if I did, I wouldn’t have picked her. Same thing most guys would have said. He talks to us around our kitchen table—or around our pool table ! Love it !

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  7. H.V says:

    The left firebombed NC office of Trump Campaign.

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    • unseen1 says:

      crickets in the media.

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      • louche9 says:

        So outrageous. My stepson told me that it was running as a headline on google news for less than 10 minutes, and then vanished. Reversed, it would be the only MSM topic of interest for days.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Where in NC ?

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    • Ruffin says:

      It is unfortunate that Orange County and the liberal inhabitants therein cannot be excised from NC.
      It just goes to show you what happens when Liberals are in control, death and destruction always follows.

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    • Ruffin says:

      Neither the News and Observer or WRAL which are terminally Liberal, did not cover this story until TONIGHT when Drudge put it in a prominent position. They knew about it last night when it was the bjuildiing was firebombed and deliberately kept it off their websites all day.
      CNN immediately blamed Trump for the criminal terrorism-another case blaming the victim, a standard response by the MSM.

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  8. andi lee says:

    First off, Newt is a politician, polished in politi-speak. For him to say Big Trump Little Trump is BS.

    Am I the only one to understand Mr. Trump’s retort? It’s absurd, the accusations, the victims, and his retort, is based off rediculous accusations, and even more, the rediculous victims themselves.

    They are not beauty queen material or possess the quality of goodness or talent of said beauty world relm. If it were remotely true, the alleged victim would be a gorgeus Venus of a woman with qualities of Mother Theresa and Princess Grace of Monaco. Newt doesn’t understand Trump apparently. ‘Nuff said.

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    • redredrice says:

      First they accuse Trump of sexual assault, then they blast him for having personal preferences in the women he’s attracted to! ROFL! It’s like they’re saying, “How dare you not be attracted to that hosebag who flopped down next to you!”

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    • coldsnap says:

      I think the most telling thing is that, this is, at least the second time Newt has used that Big Trump / Little Trump crap. (He used it, on FBN? I think, about a comment DJT made about Ryan.) Newt is a duplicitous CFR globalist… sooo smart, though. What a waste! He did make some good points, but that is what he always does.

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      • andi lee says:

        Newt is a politician who turned his nose up to the Bilderberger Group after one invitation. No one is perfect, true.

        Living a public life is difficult, surely. Having laundry aired 24/7 in public is quite a different meaning to most of us. I like the fresh smell of sunlight on my bedsheets at night but I would hate it if my sheets at night were exposed to the public. Wouldn’t you?

        But Newt walking away from Bilderberger is a testament to why Newt is with Trump, and vise-versa. Trump is quick to disassociate with bad actors if anything arises.

        ~Let Trump be Trump.

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  9. Kristin says:

    Watching aMC for Alaskan homesteaders. Did anybody see Hillary’s tv ad with the lady who insinuates Donald Trump is autistic?????
    Shameful. Just shameful.

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  10. unseen1 says:

    For those talking about the electoral college. What needs to happen is that the House of Representatives MUST expand. It has been at 435 members since 1904. The House was suppose to grow with the population. It is suppose to be the people’s house. the fact that it has not expanded means that your vote is more than 2/3rd less powerful today than it was in 1904. since we have tripled our population and given women and blacks the right to vote. This is why the country has gone off the rails. the people’s vote is diluted and every year becomes less powerful as more people are born. The house should expand by 1200 members at least.

    The EC should not be winning take all but should be by district like Maine and NB with the winner of the state getting the 2 senate. votes.

    There is no way a Representative can represent 750,000 people. It is impossible. The smaller the district the less money they need to raise and the less corruption the more they know the will of their voters and the easier they are removed.

    It is the only way to save the republic is to expand the house and give the people’s votes more power again.

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    • andi lee says:

      I encourage all to take the time to learn our civic duty. They do not teach civics in 99% of school or college settings.

      Read our founding documents. Understand them. You will be the 1%er. Teach your children.

      Our Congress have been in remiss of our voice. Perfect timing to set the record straight. We, the BOSS of them.

      ~Get Bossy! MAGA!

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    • Disenfranchised says:

      Heck no! There are already enough swine at the public trough and they get salaries, expense accounts, office funds and all kinds of other perks which mean big $$$ annually per person. They should give each state 3 reps only so there can be a tie breaker within states, but no state should be more important than 6 (or more) other states combined in our government and elections like it is now (think California). Each state should be represented equally. AND we’d save hundreds of millions by cutting some waste at the top for a change :p

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    • rf121 says:

      Careful what you ask for. A whole lot of that new representation will be urban Democrats. The electoral college would most likely be a total loss.

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    • Craig W. Gordon says:

      You are very correct in your comment. Everyone study this. ^^^^^^

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    • lokiscout says:

      Democracy sounds good but as Madison realized as he studied the history of democracies they always fail. His conclusion was they fail because over time all power gradually flows to the Central Government. The two checks he placed in the Constitution was splitting the Legislative Branch in two pieces one (the House of Representatives) controlled by direct popular vote of the people and the other (Senate) controlled by the States by appointment by state legislatures. This was eliminated in 1916 through ratification of the 17th Amendment making both houses of Congress elected by popular vote. Giant step toward Democracy that Madison tried his best to avoid.

      The second check he inserted was selecting the President by the Electoral College. Now I know it is popular to believe that was based on his and the Founding “elite” distrust of the masses. It was in fact once again to protect the sovereignty of the states. To assure that each state had a maximum voice in the election of the President and could not be controlled merely by population and dominated by the few large states.

      The goal of our Founders was to create a Republic governed solely on the rule of law and avoid the pitfalls of a Democracy based on majority rule. They wanted the governing power to reside with the States and Citizens and severely limit the power of the Federal Government to Protection of and Common Good of the Nation.

      By Watering down the House of Representatives as you suggest will eliminate the last vestige of the Republican form of Government so carefully crafted by Madison and relinquish all control to the Central Government. The true classical definition of Democracy and majority rule. In a republic if I don’t like what’s happening in California I can move to Texas (pretty much opposites in governance). In a democracy it’s one size fits all. No difference from state to state as the Central Government controls all. Essentially erasing all state lines and we just become “America”.

      Notice how most Conservatives and Republicans will refer to our Country as a “Republic” and how most Progressives and Democrats refer to us as a “Democracy”. We are in truth today closer to a Democracy than a Republic. The last thread of the Republic is the Electoral College, Please don’t eliminate it!

      As a postscript, do you see why the same progressive mindset that would push us further in the direction of a democracy is the same as those pushing for open borders and international government?

      Piece my friend. It has taken me a long time to figure this out and they still taught Civics and the US Constitution when I went to High School.

      Sundance, My apologies for the overly long post that few will read!

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    • soozword says:

      A long moritorium on legal immigration would help prevent this lack of representation from getting worse in the future. Mass immigration is a leading cause of “democracy dilution”. By rapidly increasing our pop growth via mass immigration we are diluting our effective representation given our static Congressional numbers.

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  11. Hillbilly4 says:

    20 MSM poseurs and approx 160 Congress people are directly opposing Trump and daring MILLIONS of people to vote Trump. ALL 160 Congress people need to go…there needs to be a purging of the inbreds in the MSM and Congress. WE the people have the legal power and the civic duty to cast off these global-interests folks. To me, they are nothing more than Global Fascists who would enslave everyone in the world to their drum beat. It is inspiring to see the ‘great unwashed masses’ arise against the co-conspirators.

    This is the reason, IMO, the GOP must be taken down, one congress person at a time. TERM LIMITS must be instituted for all of Congress, and a time limit set for the Supreme Court. The RNC has shown its colors, and they are not Red, White and Blue. I would suggest another color, such a yellow, but that might be not be quite right.
    Then, we work on the Dems.

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    • pliticiansrscum says:

      We have term limits for congressmen and Sens. Two yr. terms and 6 yr.m terms. Voters can limit them to as many terms as they wish. Dumbazz voters do not implement the term limits.

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  12. Ejay says:

    Newt is perverse. He just can’t help himself. He’ll man up a few times, fight the good fight, and then something flies out of his mouth that cuts us off at the knees. He’s either a very cunning saboteur or his weak ego simply cannot get over not being vp.

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  13. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    Sorry I am not impressed with Newt. This “little Trump” he keeps bringing up pisses me off, when Trump laughs at the media and it’s fake Puritan offense toward him. As Milo says, when the Media takes offense toward a joke said by Trump, he should immediately another joke twice as offensive.

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  14. Keln says:

    Love how she just refuses to respond to what Newt was saying and keeps changing the subject. Yes Martha, he is saying you and your ilk are trying to tip the scales with unbalanced “reporting”.

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    • lokiscout says:

      It seems that you and I are the only ones who watched the same interview! I thought He “schooled” her and she was more than glad when the interview was over. I don’t remember ever seeing an experienced “journalist” so frustrated. Newt is sharp and agile in a debate.

      I have no idea what interview others were watching.

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      • Keln says:

        Others were too focused on Newt’s criticism of some things Trump says to see the overall message here. I agree that Newt is wrong in what he is saying and to a certain extent still doesn’t quite understand why Trump says those things, but the vast majority of this interview was Newt completely blowing out the media as shills.

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        • lokiscout says:

          Always room for good men to disagree and that is all I see with Newt and Trump. They have both been successful in their own right too late to change now. I think he knows why Trump says what he says but doesn’t agree with them. Appreciate and respect them both and their accomplishments.

          Remember Trump has said Newt will always be a part of a Trump Administration.

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  15. Katherine McCoun says:

    So he says its awful how the press dodges talking about wikileaks and asks her why and what does she do? ask more about Trump’s comments that he would not at all be interested in one of the accusers! So she provides us with an exact example of what Newt is talking about! While I don’t like how he handled everything in this interview I do admire him for staying dogged for a while before switching over and talking about Mr Trump

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    • lokiscout says:

      Don’t be too thin skinned about Mr. Trump. He seems able to respond in kind. I doubt Gingrich cost him any votes with this and any Trump supporter has to relish how seamlessly he frustrated her throughout the interview including with gotcha questions on Trump’s comments. Newt quickly denounced them which is politically expedient and increased the credibility of his other comments to anyone concerned with them.

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  16. BakoCarl says:

    Another drop from WikiLeaks
    Has hastened to the ‘net.
    More Podesta emails,
    Our appetites to whet.

    Emails, emails, everywhere,
    That we can now read.
    Emails, emails, everywhere,
    To learn of Hillary’s greed.

    The contents of the emails
    Are easily understood.
    Hillary’s organization
    Is just one big falsehood.

    Emails, emails, everywhere,
    The media just ignore.
    Emails, emails, everywhere,
    They simply won’t explore.

    The evidence from the emails
    Is really mounting fast.
    Hillary’s flagging campaign
    Has met its doom at last

    Emails, emails, everywhere,
    Are causing Hillary’s gloom.
    Emails, emails, everywhere,
    They spell out Hillary’s doom.

    Now the media weasels rush
    To tell us what to think.
    They have a special Kool-Aid
    That we’re supposed to drink.

    Weasels, weasels, everywhere,
    Say “You’re not supposed to read”.
    Weasels, weasels, everywhere,
    “They’re stolen, we’ve agreed.”

    The media weasels passioned plea
    Fall on our deafened ears.
    For our first amendment rights
    We truly do hold dear.

    Weasels, weasels, everywhere,
    Say “There’s no need to think.”
    Weasels, weasels, everywhere,
    Flood us with their doublethink.

    Hillary and weasels are alike,
    Being of a single kind,
    With a single objective:
    Control the peoples’ minds.

    Here’s where our sordid tale
    Takes a welcomed turn.
    For we are thinking people,
    Quite capable to discern.

    Deplorables, Deplorables, everywhere
    Have made their final decision.
    Deplorables, Deplorables, everywhere
    Will restore our nation’s vision.

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  17. spacette55 says:

    Martha Raddatz – in the tank for good reasons: per wikipedia
    Personal Life

    She resides in Arlington, Virginia, with her third husband, journalist Tom Gjelten. She has two children from two previous marriages: a daughter, Greta Bradlee,[14] and a son, Jake Genachowski.[15] Her first husband was Ben Bradlee Jr., a Pulitzer prize-winning editor for The Boston Globe,[16] biographer, and son of former Washington Post executive editor Benjamin C. Bradlee.[17] Her second husband was Julius Genachowski, chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission under the Obama Administration.[18]

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  18. 4bleu says:

    lol. cover your eyes!

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  19. teaforall says:

    Gingrich is a sore loser, Not a true Trump supporter. Time to shut him up

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  20. JoD says:

    Eye of Newt is promoting his book and his wife’s stuffed elephant.
    One sure way to get more exposure on more networks is to
    throw in some ” little Trump” and some “stupid”!

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  21. KBR says:

    TRUMP TWEETS re FIREBOMBED TRUMP OFFICE IN NC
    “Animals representing Hillary Clinton and Dems in North Carolina just firebombed our office in Orange County because we are winning @NCGOP”
    3:29 PM – 16 Oct 2016

    “ALL SAFE IN ORANGE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. With you all the way, will never forget. Now we have to win. Proud of you all! @NCGOP”
    3:34 PM – 16 Oct 2016

    Photos here:
    http://nypost.com/2016/10/16/north-carolina-republican-office-torched-by-fire-bomb/

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  22. Travis McGee says:

    Newt always thinks and acts like he’s the smartest voice in the room and everybody needs to hear him. He has some good moments but he also plays to his audience.

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    • pliticiansrscum says:

      Newt is not half as smart as he thinks. He basically said, well, you have two terrible candidates. One is stupid and one is criminal.You can vote for the honest stupid one or you can vote for the smart criminal one.

      Thanks, Newt, you dumb ass.

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        And, of course flawed is in the eye of the beholder. I see Trump as brilliant—but not PC.
        As I smile and say to my grown kids—I like that in a man! They roll their eyes at me. (I am in Trump’s age range)

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        • lokiscout says:

          I am two years older than Trump. My youngest is 40 and he and I do the usual male “chop busting” one ups out of earshot of the grand kids and their mom. Although it would make little difference if she did hear after growing up with two brothers. On top of that she loves us both!

          All voting for Trump!

          Life is good and could get better 11/8!

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  23. Igith says:

    I want you to remember that this man bitched when he wasn’t allowed to ride in the front of air force one. This is during the time he was speaker. He’s a rebup patsey. He’s all about himself and was for NAFTA. He’s an asshat like the rest of them.

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  24. carole says:

    I fully subscribe to “Let Trump Be Trump” and would not presume to say what I think he should say or do on anything. That being said assuredly, here is something I would love to see at the 3rd debate: Trump and Killary walk out onto the stage. They shake hands (probably) and then Trump crosses over the stage to her lectern and says, “Let’s exchange lecterns for this debate. It shouldn’t matter, should it? They ARE both the same, aren’t they? I want to be HERE this is my good side.” LOL Watch her try not to freak out having to possibly do without her rigged lectern, microphone, etc.

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  25. Daniel says:

    I wish Newt or one of Trump’s surrogates would talk about the fact that the Wikileaks revealed that HRC KNEW that Saudi and Qatar were arming ISIS and Al Qaeda in
    Syria against the secular Assad. Why do they keep ignoring this? She lied and told Rand Paul she had no knowledge of SA arming Islamic terrorists in Syria.
    Why isn’t Trump all over this? I never see mainstream journalists bring it up either.

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  26. William says:

    One thing Newt said that I believe is going to become true is when Trump is President, it is going to be a replay of Scott Walker in Wisconsin. The leftists are going to throw every roadblock in Trump’s path. He must stand firm and not be cowed by them. He must crush them.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Big difference is a million Americans will go to Capitol Hill with lengths of rope and influence their elected representatives that 2017 is our year, not theirs. Don’t worry about roadblocks.

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    • lokiscout says:

      Absolutely will happen! We will have to support him as strongly after the election as we do now. His detractors will still be there including the media and they won’t have to worry about hurting Hillary. The gloves will be off for sure.

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  27. Bull Durham says:

    Ratass is too ugly and programmed with Liberal horseshit to listen to and watch. She is vile. I prefer to dwell on a septic tank or cesspool coagulating in feces than watching her. Less odoriferous also.

    Why anyone goes on these shows is beyond me. Leave them be. Their ratings will sink to zero.

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  28. paulraven1 says:

    I think he actually did harm to Trump in this interview. “Hillary Clinton is more qualified to be president”? Are you f*cking kidding me? Trump’s comment was “stupid”? You try doing what Trump is doing and not respond like this when the entire media is against you? There isn’t a democrat alive who would make any such concessions about his candidate’s so-called “stupidity” as Gingrich just did. He shouldn’t be equivocating about his candidate, he should be fighting like Trump is fighting. I’m sick of Gingrich. He’s not a a friend in need, he’s an establishment figure and always has been and always will be.

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  29. waltherppk says:

    Gingrich has a bad case of passive-aggressive Trump needsta syndrome that is the witch marks on a cuck.

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  30. Dan says:

    She was trying to reinforce political correctness.

    If you are falsely accused of something, how much respect does the accuser deserve? Some might say a candidate should “take it”, but this is a demand for two-faced politicians with “public” and “private” positions.

    People should feel free to form their own opinion on his response; perhaps 80% of the population thought the same thing he said. Why Martha Radiate thinks her opinion should define other people’s thinking is a mystery.

    Gingrich’s response could be helpful to a number of old-school people who don’t yet understand the situation (my mother for example). They think a Presidential candidate must be a candidate for sainthood also and are bothered by human responses that aren’t pre-screened by dozens of people. They want and expect boring candidates. To them, boring is proof they are Presidential. Gingrich at least offered a way by example of how to support Trump for those people.

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  31. Dan says:

    I hope Trump says he promises to make sure all those who falsely accuse him have their day of court, and while they may not know it yet, they are going to end up funding his campaign.

    The real “octopus” here is Hillary, squirting out ink to cloud the water and prevent people from seeing what’s going on with immigration, ISIS, healthcare, and corruption.

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  32. fred5678 says:

    Martha is showing the stress of shilling for crooks — it weighs on her conscience and shows up on her face. She is 63 and looks 75.

    I am 73 and can pass for late 50’s.I have never smoked, never had drugs — not even “not inhaled — and drink very occasionally — Nov. 8 is on my schedule for that !!

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  33. Who exactly are these 20 media executives? Perhaps Wikileaks might pay for someone to access the personnel files at these media companies and facilitate the publishing and distribution of the names and addresses of these media execs and their underlings. Perhaps with that information made public they might not feel so high & mighty and invulnerable to any backlash from the libelous trash that they compel their employees to regurgitate and spew so freely.

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