From the June 13 edition of Fox News' Hannity:
NEWT GINGRICH: If you have grown up in a world where you are not allowed to make judgments -- I mean, who are we to decide that wanting to kill us is wrong? The whole effort of the last 50 years to create situation ethics makes it very difficult. So, let's start with a simple model. Somebody walks in the room and says I believe in sharia, which is the most radical Islamic law going back to the seventh and eighth century, I believe in ISIS, I would like to destroy the United States. In my judgment, that person is a traitor to the United States and should lose their citizenship. In the judgment of the left, that person is kind of interesting. And they have cool ideas. And there are -- why should we judge them?