Newt Gingrich has weighed in with this thoughts on the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, and despite where the polls might be right now, he’s saying that Trump will win in a landslide.
These are some fairly bold predictions with the poll information where it is right now. It seems likely the race is actually going to be pretty close. But then again, the polls in 2016 said that Hillary Clinton was going to win in a landslide and totally blew it. So there’s that.
via The Daily Wire:
“I’m predicting that it will be a dramatically bigger victory than people currently expect,” the former House speaker from Georgia said during an appearance on Fox News over the weekend.
Gingrich added that a Trump victory is “beginning to build.”
And the former House Speaker knows a thing or two about elections — he won 10 in a row before retiring in 1999.
Gingrich, incidentally, made the same prediction almost exactly four years ago.
Grinch said that all the GOP really needs to do in order to gain a victory is point out the vast differences between them and the Democratic Party in order to boost Trump for a big win.
“We don’t have to want to make stuff up. We don’t have to invent some post office phony scandal. We just have to tell the truth about how radical these people are,” said the former House Speaker.
“Rioting every day for 90 days, that begins to be a fact. And it was very interesting to me that neither [Joe] Biden nor [Kamala] Harris was willing to say a word about antifa, a word about a level of crime.”
“You know, [we] have the mayor of Chicago announcing that she’s going to have police on her own personal street because she wants her family to be safe. But good luck to the rest of the city,” Gingrich said. “Well, I think this stuff sinks in at a level of reality that even NBC News can’t cover up.”
What the big concern is right now is that the push for mail-in voting will take root. This leaves so much room for election tampering and fraud that the left could just end up stealing the election away.
It’s important for Americans to recognize and understand the importance of voting in-person and pushing for that to remain the primary means by which citizens cast their ballots in this very important election that will determine the direction of our nation.