Pretty ironic coming from Gingrinch. Not that his assessment is wrong, mind you, but in that he should have articulated that POV right through the general election. Rather than switch from Primary attack mode to supporter and then back to attack mode after Romney lost, why didn't Gingrinch put integrity ahead of party and simply refrain from endorsement or at least adopt a policy of radio silence? Because he's just as skanky as Romney in terms of politics — just better at it — that's why.
But his sudden defense of minorities — especially African Americans — is the very peak of hypocrisy, given his love of slobbering all over the racial dog whistles.
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