Newt World Order: Infowars Nightly News


   on Nov 28, 2011
Establishment throws its weight behind the ultimate RINO globalist

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones

Monday, November 28, 2011

Desperate to derail Ron Paul's momentum in New Hampshire, the key early primary state in which polls show Paul has a very real chance of winning, the establishment has thrown its weight behind Newt Gingrich, the ultimate RINO globalist who in reality is about as conservative as Mao Tse-tung.

With the campaigns of Mitt Romney and Rick Perry collapsing, the editorial board of the New Hampshire Union Leader chose to endorse Gingrich on Sunday, a move that the mainstream press immediately hailed as all-important, attempting to bestow kingmaker status on a relatively irrelevant newspaper in the grand scheme of things.

The anointment of Gingrich as Republican frontrunner is just the latest desperate bid to fool voters into supporting anyone other than Ron Paul. From Perry, to Romney, to Cain -- the establishment has attempted to crown all of them as top dog -- failing every time as each campaign subsequently crashes and burns.

Gingrich will inevitably follow suit because he has more skeletons in the closet than a halloween costume shop. Newt Gingrich is Mr. New World Order -- a committed globalist who has publicly made clear his contempt for American sovereignty and freedom on a plethora of occasions, not least when he joined forces with Nancy Pelosi to push the Obama administration's cap and trade agenda that would have completely bankrupted the country.

"I think if you have mandatory carbon caps combined with a trading system, much like we did with sulfur, and if you have a tax-incentive program for investing in the solutions, that there's a package there that's very, very good," Gingrich told PBS Frontline in February 2007.

And if you think that doesn't sound bad enough, just wait until you read what Gingrich had to say about mandatory health insurance.

"Personal responsibility extends to the purchase of health insurance. Citizens should not be able to cheat their neighbors by not buying insurance, particularly when they can afford it, and expect others to pay for their care when they need it," he wrote in a 2007 OpEd for the Des Moines Register.

That's right -- self-proclaimed "conservative" Gingrich is an aggressive supporter of Obamacare, just like his rival Mitt Romney. [endtext]

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