After viewing an excerpt from Donald Trump’s speech on Radical Islam and how to deal with the threat from earlier in the day, Newt Gingrich is asked for his thoughts. He takes a minute to speak on the situation in Milwaukee and the naked racism of the black thugs in assaulting white people and their vehicles simply because of their color.
Gingrich says this is what eight years of failure under Hussein Obama has brought us. He points out the anti-American motivations in that because a police officer was involved, this dead criminal is being used as a focal point to create chaos where the other nine shot and five killed in the same area during the previous 48 hours are completely ignored. “Black Lives Matter didn’t think black lives mattered as long as no policeman was involved,” said Gingrich, pointing out that the Obama regime is “anti-police and pro-criminal.”
Gingrich says, “For the first time in the thirty-seven years since the Iranians illegally seized American hostages, in the fifteen years since al-Qaeda killed Americans on 9/11, for the very first time, you have a president of the United States (as of November) get up and tell the truth, that there is a system of radical Islamism, and he did just a remarkable job, in my judgment, of identifying the enemy, describing accurately how big the problem is. And this in some ways is the most important foreign policy speech since Ronald Reagan in that it really does set the stage for a debate for the American people about what’s threatening us, what should we do about it. And I think the contrast between what Donald Trump did and where Hillary Clinton is couldn’t be clearer. This is a Grand Canyon-wide chasm of two totally different world views.”
Gingrich finishes his point, saying, “All of his critics have said, give us a clear road map where you would go. Now he took what may be the most important national security threat of the next decade. He outlined what the threat is, he outlined why we have failed, he outlined how important it is, and he began to lay the base for a very serious, very dramatic change. This was truly an historic speech and it will be interesting to see if the mainstream media can actually focus on the speech and can actually talk about the difference between the confusion of the Obama Clinton model and the clarity of the Trump model.”