Newt Gingrich is calling it here and now: A HUGE political win in 2018 for the GOP.

Considering that the mainstream media has spent months upon months speaking out against Trump, saying that WE THE PEOPLE are tired of Trump’ers, and that 2018 will be the DNC’s years — Gingrich believes otherwise.

Sure, Republicans lost in Alabama but look at the lengths they went to for their victory? The Roy Moore accusations were heavy… too heavy it seems for him to withstand among voters and yet the story fell apart pretty fast.

Fox News, in fact, has a pretty good outlook on the whole thing:

Adams, the author of Dilbert, has a list of 20 political opinions and predictions made about President Trump and his Administration, which were just plain wrong. He suggests if you were wrong about 15 or more of these assertions, you might quit talking about politics while Trump is in the White House. By Adams’s standard, most elite “analysts” would have to be quiet, because they have been so consistently wrong about Trump.

So again consider the amount of effort put in by Dems and the mainstream media over Roy Moore and Alabama. Their outlook at the Trump Tax Bill (which PUTS MONEY IN OUR POCKETS), the b.s. surveys they conducted, and just how unpopular they claim the Republican party is right now.

Sound familiar? Enter TRUMP’s victory in 2016. Look — they can’t claim every GOP runner in 2018 is a creep like they did with Roy Moore.

From Fox News:

 

The gap between the news media falsehoods and the dramatically better reality of the GOP tax cuts will have three huge effects on the 2018 campaign:

1. The American people will be positively surprised and pleased by the degree to which Republicans kept their word and actually put more money in taxpayer pockets. After 10 months of frustration from trying to repeal Obamacare, Republicans have proven they can get big things done.

2. The news media’s dishonesty will be vivid at a personal level. People will be able to compare their personal experience with the news media’s fake reporting and endless bias. As the truth sinks in, the ability of the liberal media to shape opinion will decline even further.

3. Democrats who voted against the bill will live to regret it as people look at their family budgets and realize Democrats in the House and Senate wanted Washington bureaucrats to have more money, rather than hard-working Americans. This will certainly be a losing proposition for the 10 Senate Democrats up for re-election in states President Trump won in 2016.

(H/T Fox News)

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