Newt Gingrich Sees Historic Win For GOP: ‘This May Be the Biggest Republican Election Since 1920’

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich sees the Republican Party sweeping the Democrats this November in a historic manner. Newt said on Fox News:

“I think a tsunami is coming – I think it’s going to be huge. When people learn that every single Democrat in the House voted for the Transgender Supremacy Act and that all of the Democratic senators up for re-election, every one of them co-sponsored the Transgender Supremacy Act in the Senate, and they look at the details of that bill. 

“They realize it would guarantee any boy who decided to declare he was a girl could go into the girl’s locker room. It would guarantee that students could be tutored by their school without telling their parents. It would place transgender rights above religious liberty. 

“The Catholic bishops had a devastating critique of the bill.

“These are the kind of radical things – if you look, say, at the Latino community, it’s the combination of the economy.

“You can’t afford the gas.

“You can’t afford the food.

”You can’t afford the rent,.

“You can’t afford the electricity and radical values. 

“And the two together are repelling people from the Democratic Party on a scale. 

“This may be the biggest Republican election since 1920.”

From CNBC:

Republican candidates appear to be making gains in the final sprint to the November midterms, with new election forecasts in key swing states and partisan strongholds flashing warning signs for Democrats.

In Ohio, 40% of likely voters said that they would prefer both the House and Senate to be controlled by Republicans, versus 33% who would prefer to have Democrats in charge, according to a Spectrum News/Siena College poll released Monday.

That result came even as respondents in the same Ohio poll were split, 46% to 46%, on the two Senate candidates in fierce competition for the seat being vacated by retiring GOP Sen. Rob Portman.

The poll, conducted by phone to 644 likely Ohio voters between Oct. 14 and Oct. 19, has an overall margin of error of plus or minus 5.1 percentage points.