Newt Gingrich’s Latest Election Theft Comparison Lit up The Internet — Here’s The 411

Written by Wes Walker on November 29, 2020

It’s not often Newt Gingrich tweets something that lights up social media and gets him trending. But he did this week when he compared 2020 to a specific historical example.

What did he compare it to?

This was the tweet:

In a follow-up tweet he encouraged followers to read Patrick Basham’s analysis saying that at least 5 states had been stolen.

There’s a reason Trump hasn’t conceded anything.

That’s because many details of this election are still very much in doubt.

And he’s a fighter.

There are two different possible gains to be made in this fight.

One is the short term goal of addressing a vote whose validity many have called into question on a variety of different points.

The other is the longer-term goal of exposing voting vulnerabilities in the process itself which dishonest political machines can exploit in all sorts of different ways.

Both of which are valid reasons to keep up the fight so long as any options still remain on the table.

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