Freedom-loving Americans: What can you say about Rep. Adam Kinzinger?
Kinzinger’s discrediting of the Illinois congressional seat where he was elected is only exceeded by his desperate need for every TV camera to publicly denigrate Donald Trump.
This raises the question: How can he further embarrass his Republican colleagues And humiliate the voters who voted for him?
Let’s begin by blaming his former copilot for flying in Iraq with him because Kinzinger was a TDS-ridden individual who believed he was more loyal to the U.S Constitution.
Kinzinger posted a tweet about his copilot and called him “this guy”.
Jeff Suran served as my copilot in Iraq and is now an airline pilot. He has pledged allegiance to Donald Trump.
Are there military codes of conduct or is this just me?
This guy, Jeff Suran, was my copilot in Iraq and now an airline pilot. He has allegiance to Trump over his oath to the constitution. pic.twitter.com/pnQgkPTZsk
— Adam Kinzinger🇺🇦🇺🇸✌️ (@AdamKinzinger) August 9, 2022
Kinzinger specifically referred to anonymous comments made by Jeff Surran. Kinzinger shared a screenshot from the private Facebook group.
Rep. Kinzinger is an anti-American POS.
National Review’s Isaac Schorr used a different descriptor to describe Kinzinger’s (correctly) reaction to Surran’s observation.
This is crazy for a congressman to tweet.
Petty is another.
This is an *insane* thing for a congressman to tweet https://t.co/hkhT4RBplI
— Isaac Schorr (@isaac_schorr) August 11, 2022
Beth Baumann, IMGE content management manager, aptly describes the silliness as “high-school level drama.”
A sitting member of Congress uses Twitter for slandering a former colleague.
Drama at the high school level. Discuss it privately.
A sitting member of Congress takes to Twitter to bitch about a former colleague bitching about him.
This is high school-level drama. Work it out in private.
— Beth Baumann (@eb454) August 11, 2022
Chuck Ross from Washington Free Beacon noted that Kinginger’s other characteristic was fully displayed in Kinginger’s silly tweet.
Why would someone post something that Joe Blow posted to a private group, and then put out in public?
Why? Adam Kinzinger is the obvious choice.
Why are you airing something a regular Joe Blow posted in a private group out in public https://t.co/IyqCjm9txm
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) August 11, 2022
Kinzinger was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump 2021, after the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot. Another was Liz Cheney from Wyoming.
Kinzinger has served in the House for more than a decade. Because of his hatred for Donald Trump, Kinzinger’s political career was a disaster.