Gingrich also noted on Monday that he thinks “the real question is can Mitch McConnell find 50 votes?”
“If he can, there is nothing the Democrats can do to stop a justice from being approved,” he continued.
On Monday, Gingrich explained the “two challenges” Democrats face.
He said the first challenge is that Democrats “are going to get more radical” and “more frantic.”
“You are going to see more crowds showing up at senators’ houses and trying to intimidate people, you’re going to talk about packing the court in the future,” Gingrich said. “There will be sort of a frenzy because the truth is that they’re powerless.”
He went on to say that “if the president nominates the people that we’re looking at, they are people of faith and the Democrats have to be very careful when they have somebody like Kamala Harris who is … as openly anti-Catholic as she is to not get involved in an anti-religious thing.”
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