Gingrich Explains Why It’s Harris and Not Biden Running the White House
The Democrats keep denying that thereâs anything wrong with Joe Biden. However, heâs not exactly instilling a high level of confidence in Americans right now. Heâs quiet. Even after a primetime speech, there are still too many questions.
The address that Biden gave the nation was the best that the White House could do to pretend as though thereâs nothing wrong.
They showed as he walked the long hall to the podium as if to say, look, he can walk. Then, for the next 20 minutes or so, Biden did a great job of reading a teleprompter. Of course, he spoke slowly enough that it wouldnât have been a challenge for anyone.
Biden managed to point the finger and blame so much of the countryâs problems on Donald Trump. He talked about the loss of life and the loss of living.
Giving a speech is not whatâs suddenly going to lead to a higher level of confidence.
Newt Gingrich makes the guess that Biden is actually a âvery minor forceâ in the White House. Although it wasnât Kamala Harris on the podium to give the primetime speech, sheâs been seen running the show on more than one occasion.
What Gingrich has to say should carry some weight. He served in the House of Representatives for over 20 years, including holding the positions of Minority Whip and Speaker of the House. Today, he serves as a Republican strategist.
Throughout Bidenâs platform, heâd stumble and say that it was the Harris-Biden administration, which raised more than a few eyebrows. Maybe he was told all along that he was only going to be performing limited duties.
Now, Gingrich said in an interview with Fox and Friends that âI really do think this is becoming the âHarris-Biden administration.â
Since taking office in January, Biden has forgotten the name of the Pentagon and forgotten the name of his secretary of defense â a person that he personally named for the position. It seems as though Harris, Pelosi, and Schumer seem to be running things in DC.
While some argue that Biden is different privately when heâs not taking questions from the public, Gingrich pushes back to ask why. The politician points out that the president canât remember what heâs talking about or even remember his own nominees.
The easiest way to see why Biden isnât the dominant force is to look at some of the policies and executive orders. Biden pushed across his platform that heâs a moderate. Even when he was chosen as the Vice President to Barack Obama, it was because he was a moderate.
Now, there are executive orders being signed left and right. Itâs as if Harris, who has been very vocal about her thoughts on immigration, is just sliding them across Bidenâs desk. The new immigration policies are not only expensive but also dangerous.
Theyâre beyond liberal. Theyâre more of what weâd expect out of Harris, not Biden. This means that it leads people to question who the driving force of the administration is. Current decisions show that the U.S. is looking to open itself up and allow illegal immigration. Oh, and it just so happens that Kamala Harris, on her own presidential platform, had talked about open borders. Coincidence? Unlikely.
With such policies being put into motion, Gingrich estimates between six and 15 million new people â all as a result of illegal immigration. This is a significant influx in the population and one that the country canât possibly afford.
This is what happens when a weak president is elected. He doesnât stand up to the liberals. Heâs a figurehead, no more, no less. As a result, weâve got the VP running the White House â and pushing a more liberal approach than what the American people signed up for when they headed out to vote.
Gingrich is only one of many who have been saying the same thing. Anyone who thinks that itâs the Biden-Harris administration is fooling themselves.