Gingrich: Republicans have no idea what’s in the infrastructure bill
Former House Speaker says the outcome of the bill will be a ‘disaster’
Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” on Tuesday night, where he blasted moderate Senate Republicans for going along with the Democrats’ plans for a massive infrastructure bill. Seventeen Senate Republicans recently sided with the Democrats on a procedural vote to allow the bill to be debated on the Senate floor.
INGRAHAM BATTLES GOP SENATOR WHO BACKS BIDEN INFRASTRUCTURE BILL: ‘YOU GUYS GOT PLAYED ON THIS’
NEWT GINGRICH: I think some of the Republicans tend to take a short-term win and forget the larger game. So they feel good, they’ve been bipartisan. They’re getting something done. …
They have no idea what’s in the bill and they have no veto over what’s in the bill. And so they’re going to get a bill that’s dramatically worse than anything they agreed to. They’re going to have no ability to change it and it’s going to be a disaster.
There’s a wing of the Republican Party which historically …. it’s a wing which says you’ve always got to find a way to be responsible — and being responsible means selling out to the left.
They got suckered on this. It’s the wrong thing to do. They ought to re-think it.
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