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'RED TSUNAMI': Gingrich Predicts HUGE GOP Gains, What Biden's Doing 'Ain't Working'

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.13.22

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich stopped by Fox News’ America’s Newsroom to share some predictions on the upcoming midterm elections; Gingrich is predicting a “red tsunami.”

“Gallup has reported the largest Republican advantage on the economy since 1946, which was a landslide for the congressional republicans…this ain’t working and Joe Biden and the Democrats bear the burden…everyone who is undecided will break for the Republicans,” Gingrich says.

Watch the clip above.

Gingrich also recently commented on former congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard leaving the Democratic Party; Gingrich says there’s a “drift” towards the Republican party. Excerpt below.

“I think Tulsi is somebody who has always spoken her own mind. She’s always been sort of an independent maverick. And I think when she ran for president, she realized how really isolated she was from the great majority of the Democratic Party, which is now, frankly, a pretty weird party. We saw the same thing happen in a slightly different way in Philadelphia last week, where the former deputy mayor, a Democrat, endorsed Dr. Oz for the U.S. Senate and said that John Fetterman is just so crazy on crime and so pro-criminal, he couldn’t be for him. So I think you’re seeing this drift, and we’ve certainly seen among Latinos a huge drift towards the Republican Party as they’re driven away by the weirder policies of the Democratic Party.”

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