Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said the recent FBI raid on former President Donald Trump's Florida home was desperate move by a "national machine."
Gingrich added that he expects more of this in the coming week.
"Well, I mean, first of all, if you want to talk about new fascists, it would be 30 FBI agents entering a home with no particular reason," Gingrich said.
"It would be the FBI, picking up a college professor at National Airport and deliberately walking him in chains through the airport to humiliating. It would be basically replacing the FBI with the Stasi, the German secret police as the appropriate title," he added.
"I’m happy to have a debate with people like Max Boot, who are the apologists for a failed anti-American establishment, which has year-after- year failed the American people, failed to defend our interests, failed to win wars, failed to reform the bureaucracies, failed to educate our children," Gingrich added.
"People like Max Boot are, in fact, the representatives of a dying system," Gingrich continued. "And as it starts to die, it grows more desperate. And what you saw last night at Mar-a-Lago was the desperation of a national machine that knows it’s on the edge of being defeated and then being eliminated. And I think that you’ll see more desperation in the weeks to come."
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