Newt Gingrich makes claim that Pennsylvania candidate John Fetterman has tattoos promoting drug use and crime gangs.
Gingrich's tweet prompted Twitter users to chime in about the lyric from the song first released by the band Nine Inch Nails.
"Evidence obtained by the Select Committee demonstrates Mr. Gingrich's role in spreading misinformation about the election," the committee said Thursday.
Backlash against IRS hiring practices follows criticism alleging that tens of thousands of new agents will be hired and go after poorer Americans.
The former Republican speaker of the House said the "hard left" was like "a secular religion" and warned that Biden is "in trouble."
A congressional delegation led by the speaker of the House is currently in Malaysia for the second leg of the group's trip across Asia.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said it was "insanity", calling Dems the "anti-religious party," but how will the funding be allocated?
Pelosi's office said it couldn't confirm or deny the reported travel plans for security reasons.
The Republican said that "liberal ideology" had now become a "complicated cult" seeking to impose its views on the country.
Members of the right have offered six significant suggestions that could be blamed for the shooting, including COVID-19 lockdowns and mental illness.
The Republican's comments come after the deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that left 21 people dead.
Ukrainian politicians urged the leaders of more Western democracies to visit the capital as the British prime minister did Saturday to show solidarity.
Gingrich argued that Harris should "never, ever be allowed to leave the country" following her recent trips abroad.
"Putin is pushing day by day and has no fear of NATO because he has no fear of the United States or its President," Gingrich tweeted.
"Democracy is hanging by a thread," former U.S. Army prosecutor Glenn Kirschner said Friday.
Former House Speaker Gingrich argued members of the January 6 Committee could fail jail time for their actions.
"This is what it looks like when the rule of law unravels," the Wyoming Republican wrote on Sunday.
Republican strategists told Newsweek the Republican Party need to focus on pocketbook issues in the upcoming elections.
The former House speaker attempted to cast doubt on a legitimate victory for Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe ahead of Tuesday's vote.
The former House Speaker was discussing recent confrontations by activists, adding that "if we ever decide to respond in kind, they'll be gone."
Waters said she hoped that Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found "guilty, guilty, guilty."
Newt Gingrich said the Biden administration's goal was "to have the maximum number of illegal people in the United States" during his appearance on 'Fox and Friends.'
As Kay Coles James prepares to leave her position as president of the Heritage Foundation, the storied conservative institution faces some serious challenges.
The former House speaker said he would "beg" Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell "to bring up the $2,000 payment as a freestanding, independent vote."
Newt Gingrich defended his refusal to acknowledge Joe Biden as the president-elect in an opinion piece Monday.
His claims followed the Georgia Republican Party's lawsuit aiming to reduce access to ballot drop boxes ahead of January's runoff elections.
"And people wonder why I'm protesting and why I have had enough," Angela Marsden, a restaurant owner in Los Angeles, said tearfully.