The “Obsolete” GOP Election Model with Newt Gingrich and Kash Patel


Republicans can’t flip the Senate anymore, but that doesn’t make the Georgia runoff irrelevant. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich explains why a 50/50 Senate split is so much better for Republicans, even if Democrats hold the tiebreaker vote. Then, he explores why the GOP elections model is “obsolete” and in dire need of an overhaul to compete with Democratic ballot harvesting operations. Plus, Kash Patel breaks down Merrick Garland’s motivation behind naming a special counsel to investigate Trump, and tells how Jim Jordan and a GOP House can use “fencing” in the appropriations process to compel good behavior from the DOJ.

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