Maria Bartiromo recently held an interview with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to discuss some issues surrounding voter integrity and new legislation.
During this interview, Gingrich made a bold statement regarding the November election that may have caught some people off guard, but it nonetheless true.
The statement he made is sure to upset all the crybaby Democrats and the social media giants as well. I'm sure this video will probably get censored and removed from YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter before too long. Thankfully, we have Rumble.
"You can actually buy an official Georgia presidential ballot on eBay. And, you can also buy a number of states. So when they tell you they were controlling the ballots, it’s just not true. This was a very open system. It was a system where people could cheat, and did. And without getting into an argument about how big the cheating was, it was large enough that every American should expect that they have the right to vote, that they have the right to have their vote counted, they have a right to have their vote held legally and accurately, and they shouldn’t have their vote canceled by someone who’s cheating. And that’s exactly what’s been going on… In every one of the states that was very close that Trump lost you had those kind of shenanigans and you had state law violated in every single one of those states. In my mind there was no question that those states were in fact stolen. That doesn’t make the national media happy but I think as a historian people will find it’s absolutely true."
At least we have someone who's not afraid to admit it. I guess it's probably because he's no longer officially involved in politics so he doesn't have to worry about the Democrats in Congress making his life a living hell while he's at work.
I think there are others who are certain that know that the election was stolen as well, men like Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, as well as others, know, but as Sen. Paul said, there needed to be something else done instead of protesting the electoral vote count. I still think challenging the results was still a good statement of faith, because we all knew that nothing would be done about it.