Former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich squared off against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former President Barack Obama and the deep state Sunday, for “abusing the rule of law” to advance their political agenda.
Gingrich was asked about political bias within the federal government on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” and said the corruption and anti-Trump hatred went all the way to the top.
“I mean, I think you probably have the president [Obama] involved. You have the Attorney General Loretta Lynch who you’ll remember met in secret with Bill Clinton the week they were interviewing Hillary,” Gingrich said. “You now have evidence that Comey, the director of the FBI at the time was writing the statement exonerating Hillary two months before the interview. I mean let’s go down this list and then on both the protect Hillary side and the get Trump side, it is the most extraordinary example of the deep state totally abusing the rule of law.”
“There are a lot of different players now engaged in this and they seem to be pretty consistently lining up, except of course for Adam Schiff and the Democrats who are in the see no evil, report no evil, just hide with evil for the weekend kind of group,” he added.
Gingrich also called out the media for being complicit in trying to disparage President Donald Trump and said Hillary should already be in jail.
“Let me just point out. To show you how sick the elite media is, they report all that as though it’s something bad about Trump,” he said. “In any reasonable system of law, Secretary Clinton would already be in jail. All of her senior aides would be in jail.”
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