Newt Gingrich ‘Where is the FBI?’ Democrat operatives planning to disrupt Trump rallies with violence and to commit massive voter fraud.
“Where is the FBI, why is the FBI not investigating this?” the former House speaker asked during an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity” Tuesday. “You have a deliberate willful effort to foment violence, to break up a presidential campaign [and] to intimidate voters.”
Gingrich said the videos, coupled with the fact that there are checks written to one of the operatives from the Clinton campaign, is more than enough evidence to start an investigation.
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“I know [FBI Director James] Comey’s in the tank for Hillary but he has some obligation to enforce the law and the FBI should be opening up an investigation…right now,” he told Sean Hannity.
He said House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell should write a letter to Comey demanding an investigation start immediately.
“It’s amazing how fast the Obama administration could get FBI agents to variety of place that fit their agenda–this is not about politics,” Gingrich said. “This is about a fundamental threat to our democracy.”
While Gingrich noted that he admired Big Trump for disrupting the presidential campaign with his unorthodox behavior and far-reaching policy ideas, he said that the real estate mogul too often became embroiled in embarrassing public spats.
“There’s also a part of his personality that sometimes gets involved in petty things that make no sense, and I think that that’s what I was talking about when I talk about there’s a big Trump and a little Trump,” Gingrich said.
“The big Trump is a historic figure talking about historic ideas,” he went on. “The little Trump gets involved at a personality level.”
Gingrich claimed that his candidate remains a “remarkable and a very formidable player” despite his recent attacks on everyone from the Republican House speaker to a former Miss Universe.