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Published On: Mon, Jan 23rd, 2017

‘Madonna should be arrest’ says Newt Gingrich, dismisses protesters as ‘young fascists’ supported by George Soros

The Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich offered a harsh suggestions for Madonna, saying the singer should be arrested for her comments and “threat” this weekend when she told protesters at the Women’s March: she has “thought about blowing up the White House.”

Speaking with Fox News’ “Fox & Friend” program Gingrich was critical of the violent demonstrators in Washington D.C. on Friday, “I had friends who couldn’t leave their hotel because he demonstrators broke through the police line and were bottling up people. I had other friends who were hassled trying to get to the inaugural address.”

To Madonna: “She is parallel to the young fascists who ran around town breaking windows, all who should be given the maximum sentence,” adding that “The truth is, she ought to be arrested for saying she has thought about blowing up the White House.”

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Tough words…perhaps, but the former GOP candidate for president added that these protesters are “young fascists, exactly like the fascists that were in Europe, that believe they have the right to use force to intimidate,” said Gingrich.

“They do it on campuses all the time. The number of young people I’ve talked to who were intimidated for saying they’re for Donald Trump by their teachers who are being paid by the taxpayers, we are faced with a new left-wing fascism.”

“It’s showing up all over the country, being supported by George Soros or others. They hate what they see going on, and they claim they have the right whether you’re a gold star family or president of the United States, they have the right to attack you.”

On Sunday, Madonna said her comments, which came during a profanity-laced speech that forced networks to stop their live feeds, were taken out of context and she was speaking metaphorically.

“I am not a violent person,” she said in an Instagram post. “I spoke in metaphor and I shared two ways of looking at things — one was to be hopeful, and one was to feel anger and outrage, which I have personally felt.”

Ashley Judd offered up a deranged, profanity filled attack on the President: read that HERE

“I love the left,” Gingrich said about her denials. “When they say I dreamed about blowing up the White house, they didn’t mean I dreamed about blowing up the White House. They actually mean yellow, purple, banana, but they didn’t want to say that because it was too shocking. Give me a break.”

“News people now understand she’s at risk, just like that professor at Missouri last year who asked for some muscle to get rid of the reporter that was a conservative.”

Meanwhile, Gingrich said he thinks this week will be a “very exciting” one, as “you’re going to get a much deeper sense of what a Trump presidency is like. By the end of this week, it’s going to have a lot of action, a lot of impact, he’s going to push the Senate very hard, where [Minority Leader] Chuck Schumer’s been totally obstructing.”

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