Elections, Government, Politics

Will Democrats Rig 2024 Election? Gingrich Reveals Truth

During an appearance on the Cats Roundtable radio show with host John Catsimatidis, former Georgia congressman and House Speaker Newt Gingrich spoke about the upcoming 2024 presidential election. And while he described Joe Biden as “weak,” he warned that incumbents have enormous power, particularly in primaries.

“When you’re a very weak President, who doesn’t understand that we have real enemies, and doesn’t understand the requirements of real stakes, the world begins to realize that the United States is very unreliable,” he said.

Gingrich cited the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan in August 2021, which led to the Taliban’s rapid takeover of the country, as an instance of perceived U.S. vulnerability. Furthermore, he referenced past instances where incumbents, including Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, won primary challenges from within their parties but ultimately lost their reelection bids. Read more…

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