Newt Gingrich Takes On Obama’s Latest Anti-Conservative Statement

On Netflix, Obama appeared on David Letterman’s new show  “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman,” and made a pretty scathing remark toward Conservatives, in particular, Fox News viewers.

It was reminiscent of the “Deplorables” remark made by Clinton during the 2016 election; a remark that probably, in large part, cost her the election.

In the episode, Letter asked the former President what he considers being a larger threat to democracy and his answers, while subtle, were jabs at President Donald Trump.

“One of the biggest challenges we have to our democracy is the degree to which we don’t share a common baseline of facts,” he said, according to The Hill.  “If you watch Fox News, you are living on a different planet than you are if you are listening to NPR.”

That didn’t sit too well with Newt Gingrich.

He recently appeared with Hannity and freely gave his two cents on the matter.

“I listened to (Obama’s comments) and I thought to myself, ‘This guy is so whacked,’” Gingrich stated, adding that the former Democratic president still doesn’t “get it.”

“Many, many years from now in a nursing home, or a nice retirement community, Barack Obama will be still living in a fantasy life. He’ll think that Iran really wanted to have a deal, he’ll think that high taxes really work, he’ll think that welfare’s a good deal.”

Hannity and Gingrich also discussed the lengths that MSM has given to the bullcrap Russia Collusion.

“Over here is a left-wing, corrupt establishment which sincerely sees this fight as a function of identity politics in which if they lose, they will disappear,” he said, using his hands to differentiate between points.

“Over here are the rest of us who are thinking, ‘A lot of these ideas are really weird,’” adding that Americans can’t relate to Obama’s line of thinking for the Iran Deal and other progressive positions while in the White House.