Rep. Adam Kinzinger Claims Some Trump Supporters Think He Is Like Jesus

Rep. Adam Kinzinger Claims Some Trump Supporters Think He is

Adam Kinzinger Just INSULTED Christians Everywhere!

( – The House of Representatives has impaneled a select committee to investigate the events surrounding the January 6, 2021, riots on Capitol Hill. There are only two Republicans (in name only, aka RINOs) on the panel. Shockingly, both of them also voted to impeach former President Donald Trump.

One is Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), whose hopes of being reelected just went down in flames when she lost by a landslide in her state’s Republican primary. The other is Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), who decided to retire from Congress rather than face the wrath of his constituents. Instead, he’s stirring up more trouble by bringing God into the fray.

Going on the Offensive

Isn’t it great when a word can mean different things and both can be applied to the same act? Kinzinger managed to do just that when he decided to make an appearance on MSNBC on the night Republican Wyomingites kicked Cheney to the curb.

First, the congressman continued to show how unbiased he is as a member of an investigative committee, which is to say not in the least, as he continued to blast President Trump and his supporters.

Second, it’s likely Kinzinger’s words offended many, if not most, Christians in America when he said that Trump supporters “equate [the ex-president] with the person of Jesus Christ.” He went on to accuse many pastors of failing their congregations by not discussing how “corrosive” admiring him can be.

Fortunately for the viewer(ship)’s sake, Kinzinger was able to provide “proof” of his accusation beyond a reasonable doubt. He said, “I think in their heart, they may not say it…” that this is how they feel, and if he believes that in his heart, it must equate to irrefutable evidence, right?

Family Matters

Even some of his own family members can see that he has fallen victim to Trump Derangement Syndrome. A handwritten letter published by the New York Times that was reportedly signed by 11 people from Kinzinger’s family (though all but two are redacted) can be described as harsh — if one is given to understatement. To be fair, the note does not align with how Christians should rebuke one they believe has gone astray, but they are writing to someone close to their hearts who they feel betrayed them.

From the beginning, their pain is almost palpable as they write, “what a disappointment you are to us and to God!” They point out that President Trump is a flawed human being and remind Kinzinger that it is not his job to judge.

Whether it’s a case of honest reflection or a line of hogwash to make himself feel better, Kinzinger has recently said that if he could, he would change the past. He now claims he felt “dirty” when he voted for President Trump in the 2020 election and wishes he had not voted in his favor in the first impeachment fiasco in 2019.

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