Newt Gingrich, a former House speaker and prominent conservative, perceives a new political peril and has issued an official alert about it.
Speaking with Maria Bartiromo on the Fox News program “Sunday Morning Futures,” Gingrich cautioned that a significant departure from President Joe Biden’s White House could signal the rise of a distinct Democratic administration.
Gingrich told Bartiromo that the recent departure of Susan Rice, Biden’s adviser on domestic policy, could be the first minor step toward the Obamas’ return.
Gingrich and Bartiromo believed that the timing of Rice’s departure, precisely one day before Biden’s re-election campaign announcement, was more than a little dubious.
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At the very least, according to Gingrich, Rice’s resignation was an indication that she disapproved of Biden’s “kamikaze” re-election bid.
Who, if anyone, does the Democratic caucus have in mind to replace Biden if they wish to remove him from office?
Enter: Michelle Obama.
Obama has been unable to dispel rumors that the former first lady will run for president, despite her vehement objections. The former first lady has long been considered a potential “next big thing” for Democrats.
Based on what Gingrich and Bartiromo have observed, it appears to be more than mere conjecture.
“Do you believe that Susan Rice leaves the White House the day before Biden makes this [re-election] announcement, is a coincidence?” Bartiromo asked Gingrich. “I mean, I feel that this is very significant. I don’t know if she’s going to be managing someone else’s campaign, if she’s going to run to challenge Biden. What do you think is going on here? But clearly, Democrats are divided over Biden’s re-election bid.”
“Well, I think that at a minimum, it probably is a sign that she said, ‘Don’t do it,’” Gingrich said. “And [Biden] said, ‘I’m doing it anyway.’ And I think, she just didn’t want to be a part of a Biden re-election [bid].” CONTINUE READING…