Newt Gringrich appeared on Fox News Sunday this Christmas morning for an interview with Chris Wallace. Substantively this was a good presentation by Gingrich who does a great job this time explaining administrative/executive “Trump”, and common sense as it applies to Trump foreign policy.
At the 07:45 point the discussion turns toward governmental contractors and the DC lobbying community etc.
A key moment also comes at the 10:50 point of the interview where Gingrich identifies something we previously discussed in the primary election: the scope of the swamp, and the predictable “there are trillions at stake” fight.
…”they’ll reach a crisis point; where they are going to look in the room at each other, they’re all winners; and they’re going to say either we’re going to be more reasonable and get along with the city, or we have to become even more unreasonable and break the power structure that’s opposing us. My hunch is they’ll pick the latter”…
I think Newt’s hunch is correct. That inflection point, timed around the delivery of the first Donald Trump budget to congress, is the epic battle many of us have been waiting for.
It’s going to be one hell of a fight, unlike anything we have ever witnessed in our life.
That predictable defining moment is going to be a bloody fight, a Thunderdome political battle per se’, and it will either forever break the back of Washington DC – and the UniParty, or there may not be a Republican party.
Prepare yourselves accordingly. My spidey senses lead me to predict we will need a massive “spring or summer” march on Washington DC to support Trump’s efforts.