Cowardly GOP figures already accepting the “new normal” of fraud. Newt Gingrich says conservatives just need to get more votes than the left can steal and we’ll be fine.

Tyler S. Farley

Well, that didn’t take long.

Long-time Republicans have already settled into the new normal of stolen elections and rampant ballot fraud.

In an interview this weekend, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that Conservatives need to come out in numbers large enough to outpace the votes stolen by the left via fraud.

Gingrich was talking about the upcoming Senate run-off races in Georgia next month. As you are aware, Georgia experienced massive fraud during the November presidential election and is currently facing a lawsuit brought by Sydney Powell and others.

But what this sad statement by Gingrich shows is that Republican figures are already accepting defeat when it comes to fighting election fraud. Not only are they accepting defeat, they seem to accept it as normal moving forward and believe election security isn’t even an option anymore.

Perhaps Newt is a little out of touch considering he lives in Italy most of the time and only Skypes into cable news shows on occasion to collect an appearance fee. But for the rest of us who can’t afford to bail on America and live abroad, we have to deal with the election fraud here on a first hand basis and can’t just discuss it in abstract terms.

Sadly, this is just another example of how weak Republican officials have become and how they have betrayed both Trump and his voters.

We supported them, as did Trump while they were being viciously attacked by the media. But once they got into office, they turn their back on us all and are ready to make deals with the far-left to assure their political lives.

However, things are different these days. Voters see that their backs are against the wall and a line needs to be drawn right now or there will be no turning back.

If these fake RINO politicians like Governor Brian Kemp think they can weather this storm and it will all just blow over, they are mistaken.

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