Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R) tore into current Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Sunday, calling her a “dictator” who has “no respect for the rule of law.”
“As a former speaker of the House, I think that the U.S. House is very, very, very important,” Gingrich told radio host John Catsimatidis. “And watching [Pelosi] become a dictator, watching her break every single rule, watching her run things entirely on her own, I think, is the most destructive thing I’ve seen done by any American politician in a very, very long time.”
Gingrich said Pelosi’s dictatorial ways could be a problem for many years after she is gone.
He was especially concerned about inflation from Democrat overspending.
“Although we already have inflation — and we already see gasoline prices going up, food prices going up, housing prices going up, car prices going up — they are going to try to pass these two gigantic bills that we’re going to put even more pressure on the economy,” he advised.
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