Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IN) won’t stop talking and won’t stop tweeting. What would be helpful is if Kinzinger had something to offer to the conversation. But he doesn’t. Instead of being positive and hopeful for the future, Kinzinger will repeat anything that Nancy Pelosi wants him to say, especially after he was selected to be on her January 6th Commission.
Kinzinger recently said, “If Donald Trump gets the Republican nomination there are many of us that will move heaven and earth to ensure he doesn’t win. I think that’s the most important thing. He cannot be president again.”
Luckily that’s not up to Kinzinger. It’s not Congress who determines who gets elected President of the United States, it’s the people of the United States. That might not seem like news to anyone, but someone should tell Kinzinger.
There have been many issues that Trump spoke out about that have come true. No matter how much the mainstream media wants to talk about Hunter Biden’s laptop being “Russian disinformation,” it’s not. The New York Times has admitted as much, and most other media outlets are expected to follow suit.
It’s possible that Kinzinger would run for president in 2024 as a spoiler, which may be what he was hinting at.
In October 2021, Kinzinger said, “There’s little to no desire to bridge our differences, and unity is no longer a word we use. It has also become increasingly obvious that in order to break the narrative, I cannot focus on both a reelection to Congress and a broader fight nationwide.”
The writing has been on the wall for a long time that RINOs like Kinzinger and Liz Cheney (R-WY) won’t win Republican elections anymore. Cheney is polling far behind opponent in her upcoming primary election, Harriet Hageman.
It’s unclear what Kinzinger’s endgame is. Whatever it may be, Kinzinger’s career in Congress will be ending very soon — which really isn’t soon enough.