Storied Congressional veteran and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich held nothing back in his opinion of current House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s tyrannical behavior. In a recent op-ed by Gingrich, he notes the danger behind Pelosi’s recent behavior saying she represents the “greatest threat to constitutional liberty in our lifetime.”
Gingrich notes Pelosi’s recent mandate to force House members and their staff wears masks to risk being arrested, removing Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from committee assignments, and her choice to veto McCarthy’s nominees to a bipartisan commission as an obvious power grab.
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If her power, arrogance, and destructiveness is allowed to continue growing, she will shatter the precedents of the U.S. House, undermine hundreds of years of common legislative precedent going back to the Magna Carta of 1215, and the destroy the established principle that those who write laws are still subordinate to them.
I am enraged at this raw use of power to destroy the precedents and patterns which have made the U.S. House of Representatives a remarkable bulwark of freedom and a symbol for people around the world.
Gingrich also pointed out Republicans who seem to be cozying up to Speaker Pelosi, likely alluding to Reps. Cheney and Kinzinger who are currently serving as the two lone Republicans on her Jan. 6 committee.
The Republicans who are collaborating with Pelosi should be ashamed of themselves. She is using them to sustain her dictatorship, and they are making it harder for House Republicans to effectively oppose her.
A lot of people talk about cognition and President Joe Biden. Every day, Speaker Pelosi gives us reason to believe she is far more dangerous, destructive, and egocentric than President Biden could ever be.
The 20-year Congressman goes on to call for a “concerted national campaign looking for ten courageous Democrats willing to stand up to the Pelosi dictatorship and defend freedom in America.”
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