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Newt Gingrich Reveals ‘Most Likely’ 2020 Dem Nominee, & It Is Absolutely TERRIFYING

Not good – AT ALL!

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You probably assumed that former Speaker Newt Gingrich was going to pick Democrat Socialist Bernie Sanders or former Vice President Joe Biden.

Nope. Neither.

For some reason, Newt says this woman is likely to earn the Democrat nomination for POTUS…

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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., will “most likely” be the person Democrats pick as their 2020 presidential nominee, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Monday, but he believes South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg may also be a “dangerous opponent” against President Donald Trump.

Gingrich noted, “She’s very articulate and I think a likable person, and I think that she represents a new generation in a way that [Joe] Biden and [Bernie] Sanders are going to work very hard to be able to match.

Yowza.

All of a sudden, Biden sounds like the more logical choice.

Harris is radical. She is very far-left.

From Daily Wire:

CNN’s Don Lemon asked Harris if she supported comments made earlier in the night by socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who said that convicted terrorists, including the Boston Marathon bomber, should be allowed to vote in U.S. elections while in prison.

Harris responded, “I agree that the right to vote is one of the very important components of citizenship and it is something that people should not be stripped of needlessly, which is why I have been long an advocate of making sure that the formally incarcerated are not denied a right to vote, which is the case in so many states in our country, in some states permanently deprived of the right to vote.

Lemon followed up, “But people who are in — convicted, in prison, like the Boston Marathon bomber, on death row, people who are convicted of sexual assault, they should be able to vote?

Kamala: “I think we should have that conversation.”

The very next day, Kamala changed her mind.

She said, “Do I think that people who commit murder, people who are terrorists should be deprived of their rights? Yeah, I do.

WATCH:

Kamala’s tweet about the NRA:

I’m not afraid to stand up to the NRA and the gun lobby to enact common-sense solutions to combat the gun violence epidemic in our country.

Enter NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch:

Probably because the NRA are law-abiding folks who’ve done nothing to earn your ire.

Dana for the win!?

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If we’re not earning her ire, we’re not trying hard enough.

Kamala Harris on gun violence-“common sense solutions”= confiscate ALL guns.

I love how the #Left always says common sense gun control, the lefts common sense will get a lot of good people killed

Harris has about as good a chance to win the Democrat nomination for president as Alyssa Milano.

It’s not happening.

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Former President Barack Obama Says Riots Are ‘Detracting From The Larger Cause’

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Former President Barack Obama came out and denounced the rioting and violence that has taken place over the last several days in the wake of the death of George Floyd, saying that the chaos is detracting from the larger cause and goals of legitimate, peaceful protesters who want to see real change occur in the country. Obama penned a piece that was published on the website, Medium, where he wrote, “The small minority of folks who’ve resorted to violence in various forms, whether out of genuine anger or mere opportunism, are putting innocent people at risk, compounding the destruction of neighborhoods that are often already short on services and investment and detracting from the larger cause.” Here’s more from the Washington Examiner: Obama recalled seeing a video of an elderly black woman crying about the only grocery store in her neighborhood being vandalized, noting the detrimental effects such destruction has on communities in need. “If history is any guide, that store may take years to come back. So let’s not excuse violence, or rationalize it, or participate in it. If we want our criminal justice system, and American society at large, to operate on a higher ethical code, then we have to model that code ourselves,” Obama wrote. Obama asked that individuals who are not pleased with the current state of the justice system in our country and the police actions that are an extension of that system, they need to focus more on change at the local level and participate more in local and state elections. Not bad advice, honestly. “If, going forward, we can channel our justifiable anger into peaceful, sustained, and effective action, then this moment can be a real turning point in our nation’s long journey to live up to our highest ideals,” the former president…

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Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Says Oval Office Address Not Enough To Stop Antifa

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White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany recently signaled that the chances of hearing President Trump address the country in the wake of the riots exploding around the country due to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer are slim, stating that an address from the Oval Office won’t do anything to dissuade Antifa from stirring up trouble. McEnany has been asked this question about the president addressing the situation numerous times already, and her answer has consistently been that he has spoken on the issue many times. Check out the details from The Washington Examiner: “He has addressed the absolutely horrific video of George Floyd. He’s routinely addressed … the issue of law and order in our streets. He’s issued several statements. … A national Oval Office address is not going to stop antifa. What’s going to stop antifa is action, and this president has committed to acting on this,” McEnany said Monday on Fox & Friends. McEnany tweeted Sunday that the media “FASLELY” reported that Trump has been “‘silent'” on Floyd’s death. She shared a quote in which the president called the killing a “tragedy.” President Trump has pointed the finger at radical left-wing group Antifa for a lot of the violence that has broken out across the country, stating that the US was soon to designate the group a terrorist organization. In all honesty, that is a move that is long, long overdue. Antifa has been responsible for a lot of politically motivated violence over the last few years and it is time for them to pay the piper. Five thousand National Guard troops have now been activated and deployed to some of the cities being hit hard by the civil unrest to help quiet things down a bit. McEnany did say the…

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