“Barack Obama is now saying that his administration was so incompetent, that they stood around sucking their thumb, while the Russians snuck in and hacked an American election because of the utter incompetence of the Obama defense system,”
Gingrich appeared on Fix News’ Sean Hannity and expressed amazement as to why the White House would want to draw attention to such a situation.
“We’re now supposed to believe the guys who failed….because they were too stupid to protect the system,” he added, noting that the whole farce would be comedy if it was a movie.
Hannity pointed out that the media was less interested in the innumerable examples of Democrats engaging in underhanded and illegal behavior to impact an election.
Leftists are also less concerned about the assessment that five foreign intelligence agencies almost certainly hacked Hillary Clinton’s home brew email server, said Hannity.
“The person that put us in most jeopardy was Hillary, and when there’s a 99 per cent chance that at least five foreign intelligence agencies hacked in to her top secret, special access programs on her server that was in a mom and pop shop in a bathroom closet – maybe they should have shown a little concern about that too but they didn’t,” he added.
Gingrich then asked whether it was the Russians who made Hillary set up an unsecured email server and forced her to delete 33,000 emails.
Hannity highlighted how there is zero new evidence attached to the ‘Russian hacking’ story, only a spin to politicize it as a way to de-legitimize Trump’s presidency.
The media was furious at Trump’s overwhelmingly positive reception at the Army-Navy game, according to Gingrich, leaving them desperate to launch yet another smear against the president-elect.
“The problem the left has is that they cannot come to grips with the reality that the American people are turning against them, that the American people defeated them, and frankly if the election were held today the margin would be even bigger because people have begun to realize that Donald Trump is not in any way the kind of things the New York Times and the Washington Post said he was,” concluded Gingrich.