Evangelicals Flock to the Serial Hypocrisy of Newt Gingrich: “Selling Access”

December 12, 2011

Ron Paul’s Presidential Campaign has just released a brand new web ad exposing the serial hypocrisy of corrupt former Speaker, Newt Gingrich entitled: Selling Access. You can watch it below.

What Jerry Thinks
Gingrich is nothing more than a career politician. He profited from the housing collapse at the taxpayer’s expense. He has supported the Obamacare-style individual mandate for health insurance. He is a confirmed globalist as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Now, news that evangelical Christians are flocking to support Newt Gingrich.

It has been interesting watching the evangelicals in 2011. First, the evangelicals supported Tea Party favorite, Michele Bachman, as the 2012 Presidential nominee.

Then, when Texas Gov. Rick Perry threw his hat into the ring, the evangelicals got excited and began backing his campaign.

Then, Godfather CEO, Herman Cain, captured the imagination of the evangelicals. However, after numerous allegations of infidelity, he became increasingly difficult to support.

So now, the evangelicals are turning to Mr. New World Order himself, Newt Gingrich.

Of course, Newt has some personal baggage, namely that he is on his third marriage. (Personally, the man’s private life is none of my business and I feel for him. After all, everyone makes mistakes.) However, I do find the recent evangelical support of the man to be highly bizarre — even schizophrenic. After all, how can evangelical voters, who claim that their main priority is the restoration of the traditional family, support Gingrich?

Have any ideas? Feel free to leave your comments in the box below.

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