Newt Gingrich Praises Japan’s Military Prowess On Pearl Harbor Day

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“75 years ago the Japanese displayed professional brilliance and technological power launching surprises from Hawaii to the Philippines,” Gingrich tweeted.

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Not many people credit Newt Gingrich with much intelligence, but what he said on the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks still raised a lot of eyebrows.

The former Speaker of the United State House of Representatives has a doctoral degree in history from the University of Tulane and has written an alternate history novel about the 1941 attack called “Pearl Harbor: A Novel of December 8th.” Presumably, Gingrich thought he should share his knowledge of the attack to the world via Twitter as well, which turned out to be a big mistake.

On Wednesday, when much of America was mourning in remembrance of the 2,400 souls who died during the attack, Gingrich tweeted: 

 

But then instead of saying a word of empathy, he actually had the insensitivity to praise Japan for their “professional brilliance and technological power” in bombing the port.

 

Although the attack did come as a surprise, praising Japan’s military prowess during World War II, especially on the infamous day’s memorial, was beyond the pale.

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Needless to say, the Twitterati pounced on him like a pack of hungry wolves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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