On radio this morning, Glenn invited GBTV contributor S.E. Cupp on to discuss her NY Daily News article which ridiculed Gingrich for his nonstop attacks on Mitt Romney following what Gingrich believes is a major role in his fall from the top of the GOP race.
"I love when you get pissed off," Glenn told S.E. as she joined the show.
S.E. Cupp compared Gingrich to a scorned woman from an old country song, coming after Mitt Romney with all the fury he can muster.
In the hilarious interview, S.E. derided "Mrs. Gingrich" for his "display of lunacy" on the campaign trail.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. No one in the modern era, save maybe Lorena Bobbitt, has proved the axiom more true than our gal pal Newton Leroy Gingrich, who is now — let’s face it — a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
I don’t like to peddle in sexist stereotypes, but the poor girl is an emotional wreck, and needs an intervention. As part of the womanfolk clan myself, it’s therefore my duty to give Ms. Gingrich a serious reality check, and save her from herself. Because…I care.
It all started when that no-good prom king Mitt Romney did Newt terribly wrong. Everybody knows you don’t double-cross the most popular girl in school, and Newt was just that, for a little while at least. Mitt should have known who he was up against. Newt didn’t get to where she was by being nice. She knows how to fight dirty — she’s had years of practice.
So when Mitt unexpectedly stole Newt’s thunder, everyone in school could see the writing on the wall. Ms. Gingrich was going to lose it. And lose it she did.
She suggested that Gingrich should, "inhale a tub of ice cream in the privacy of your own home while watching a “Toddlers and Tiaras” marathon. And when that tub of ice cream is done, you follow it up with a bag of potato chips and a bowl of Cap’n Crunch."
"This public psycho trip has got to stop," she concluded.