Newt Gingrich Makes Bold Predictions About Republican Wins In The Midterms (VIDEO)

Newt Gingrich made some bold predictions about the midterms during a recent appearance on the Sean Hannity show.

He thinks the GOP will take the House and the Senate.

He also talks in pretty specific numbers.

Real Clear Politics provides a transcript:

GINGRICH: I think at a general level we’re going be somewhere between plus 3 and plus 5 in the Senate. The one which I think is hanging in the balance is a terrific candidate, Tiffany Smiley in Washington state. Washington State is a very tough state for us. I think we’re going to win all the Republican seats, which will include Oz in Pennsylvania, J.D. Vance, and will include people like Marco Rubio handily, and we’re going to keep the seat in North Carolina and in Wisconsin with Ron Johnson.

Then I think we’re going to pick up Bolduc, who is almost certainly going to win in New Hampshire. As people go out and fill up their oil heating tanks for the winter, the price shock is enormous. And Hassan is a very, very weak Senator. I think we’re going to pick up the seat in Nevada where we have Adam Laxalt.

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In Georgia, look, I’m an optimist. I think Herschel Walker is going to win without a runoff. I think that Brian Kemp has done such a great job, put together such a powerful team that he’s going to beat Stacey [Abrams] by a big margin. And in that process, he’s going to carry Herschel above 50%.

And then I think frankly, Blake Masters is going to win in Arizona…

Watch the video below:

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If Newt’s predictions are even close to accurate, it’s going to be a very good night for Republicans.

 

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