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Gingrich Blasts 'Coalition of the Bigs' Between Biden Admin and Big Business

By Ashlianna Kreiner | August 9, 2021 | 3:19pm EDT
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich speaks at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). (Photo credit: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images)
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich speaks at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). (Photo credit: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images)

Former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich blasted what he described as "a coalition of the bigs," or the partnership between the Biden Administration and big businesses on "Life, Liberty & Levin" Sunday.

"What you basically have now is union allies, big-city machines, you have very big corporations, in many ways, it resembles Italian fascism in that you have an alliance between the Biden Administration and many of the biggest corporations, so that the Biden Administration has actually suggested that Facebook and Twitter and others might do a better job of policing the American people," Gingrich told Levin.

"Now, this is a kind of a coalition of the bigs, in the 1930s, was very dangerous, and I think you're seeing it come back."

A transcript of the segment is below.

Mark Levin: You know and you see in a lot of these regimes, Mr. Speaker, the party comes before the country because it's allegiance to the party and allegiance to the party is said to be allegiance to the country; you see this in all of these autocratic societies. And when you look at the war on our voting system to empower the Democrat Party, when you look at what they're trying to do to our constitutional system and destroy separation of powers, which is core to our system, when you look at what is going on on the border, when you look at these multi-trillion dollar spending bills that really have as their purpose empowering their base and their Democrat cities and states, is this not really a massive redistribution of wealth to the Democrat Party and the Democrat Party base?

Newt Gingrich: Oh absolutely, if you look at where the money is going to go, and you look at the payoff, for example, I think $200 billion to the teachers unions -- who are major supporters of the Democratic Party -- $200 billion to people who are telling it they don't want to show up and teach. You look at what's happening, what you basically have now is union allies, big-city machines, you have very big corporations, in many ways, it resembles Italian fascism in that you have an alliance between the Biden Administration and many of the biggest corporations, so that the Biden Administration has actually suggested that Facebook and Twitter and others might do a better job of policing the American people. Now, this is a kind of a coalition of the bigs, in the 1930s, was very dangerous, and I think you're seeing it come back. And it’s a combination, as you point out, it’s a transition point towards Marxism. So you have sort of the AOC Marxist level and Biden is considered a moderate because he's just implementing sort of the state fascism in which the government and the big businesses cooperate and I think it's very dangerous. I regard the oligarchs in Silicon Valley as a great threat to our freedom. And none of these people care. You know, if you’re Nancy Pelosi, you are totally protected all the time; you live in a very fancy place in San Francisco. You’re above the human feces, you’re above the crime, you’re above all of those little things that normal people have to do because you’re an aristocrat. And we need to understand we now have a political aristocracy. And by the way, ironically, it's beginning to blow up. I don’t think people realize yet but look, two latest polls, Gov. Newsom is losing in California and you're like to have Gov. Cuomo indicted and impeached in New York. So the two top Democratic governors in the country both may collapse under Bidenism. And I think it tells you that the level of turmoil is beginning to build in the country.

Ashlianna Kreiner is a CNSNews intern and rising senior at Christendom College, pursuing a bachelor's degree in theology with a literature minor. She has a desire to pursue truth and bring it to others, especially in the political world.

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