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Newt Gingrich Rips the Iran Regime to Pieces

It is usually a joy to listen to former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich talk about anything because of his linguistic abilities alone, but the substance of his opinions does not seem to wane with age, either.

In this new video, Gingrich gives his take on the delegitimized authoritarian regime in Iran. The official regime in the country has again been caught providing weapons and other support to terrorist organizations.

The difference with Gingrich and other “talking heads” is that Gingrich always seems to think two steps ahead. His solutions leave one to wonder – if he were still in power, it seems as though these situations would be handled much more quickly.

Gingrich is also able to bring in the entire political landscape when talking about Iran, staying away from a viewpoint that might be viewed as too nationalistic or selfish. Anyone who listens to him will come away thinking that stopping Iran would be in their best interests, because it would.

The clip also segways into domestic economic policy, which lead into a short talk about the upcoming midterms. 2018 will be a very important year for conservatives in the legislature, and we would all do well to listen to Speaker Gingrich on the important issues of the day.

Hopefully President Trump and the administration are finding some way to include the opinions of the former Speaker in the policies that are currently making their way out of the White House.

~ Liberty Video News


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