In what may be the single greatest piece of comedy we’ve encountered this week, the Republican Party’s biggest crybaby just said in an interview that he would “love” to run against President Donald Trump in the 2024 primary election.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, perhaps the most ardent Trump-hater in Congress, is currently a member of Nancy Pelosi’s House Select Committee, which is said to be investigating the events leading up to the Jan. 6 Capitol protests.
He’s not minced words about his strong desire to destroy the Former President, even saying he’s willing to “move heaven and earth” to ensure Trump is never President again.
And Kinzinger certainly takes his “duties” seriously.
A known crybaby, the Illinois “Republican” is often seen shedding crocodile tears as a way to signal his passion for the “truth” about Jan. 6 to his Democrat friends.
This is Rep. Kinzinger crying and virtue signaling to the “never Trumpers” and moderate Dems in an effort to save his seat after the upcoming election.
How about crying for the American people who lost their jobs due to rampant cancel culture perpetuated by the left? pic.twitter.com/d4nQbELn5o
— JR Majewski for Congress (@JRMajewski) July 28, 2021
In fact, Kinzinger has been witnessed crying all over Washington D.C.! Tucker Carlson even dedicated an entire segment of his show to discuss why the MAGA hater seems to be so upset:
Tucker Carlson: sources spot Adam Kinzinger crying (again) in strange location. pic.twitter.com/52Plr0PZQt
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) August 20, 2021
During a recent interview with the whacked-out Huffington Post, Rep. Kinzinger stated he “would love” the opportunity to run against Trump in the 2024 primaries.
“I would love it. I really would,” Kinzinger said. “Even if he crushed me, like in a primary, to be able to stand up and call out the garbage is just a necessary thing, regardless of who it is. … I think it’d be fun.”
On the topic of when Kinzinger could announce a long-shot campaign, the Illinois Republican said, “I’ll make a decision when we get there if there’s a need and a desire. It’s truly not anything I’m planning right now, but I’m not going to rule it out.”
Trump has not officially confirmed his plans for 2024 per se but has given every indication that intends to be the next President.
Kinzinger is actually on his way out of Congress, announcing his retirement last year after Illinois Democrats redistricted the congressional map.
He was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump for “incitement of insurrection” following the January 6th Capitol riot and continues his crusade against the Former President every day.
That’s not civic duty, that’s a sociopathic obsession.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney