Rep. Adam Kinzinger is afraid to face his own family. They feel totally betrayed and “thoroughly disgusted” with him and his RINO lifestyle. He’s out to destroy “Trumpism” one conservative at a time.
RINO censured by his clan
Rogue Illinois RINO Adam Kinzinger is so unpopular after speaking out against Former President Donald Trump that his own family has disowned him. He’s “out of the will,” figuratively speaking.
If the Republican party won’t censure him, his own clan will.
After causing trouble in Congress for six terms now, Kinzinger whined to the New York Times that “11 members of his family sent him a handwritten two-page note after he called for removing Trump from office.”
They’re so mad at the RINO even God is upset. “Oh my, what a disappointment you are to us and to God!” the letter opens.
He’s downright evil. The letter accused the RINO of running side by side with “the devil’s army,” which, to Kinzinger’s family, includes both Democrats and the “fake news media.”
They “thought you were ‘smart’ enough to see how the left is brainwashing many ‘so called good people’ including yourself and many other GOP members.” There is no way the Republican party can survive without a total housecleaning of all the Democrat sleeper cells.
Fallen for socialism
He’s just another RINO Kinzinger’s kin laments. “You have even fallen for their socialism ideals! So, so sad!” The letter went on to say how “thoroughly disgusted” family members were with him.
They don’t even want to admit that they know him. He can forget about a Christmas card this year. “It is now most embarrassing to us that we are related to you,” they penned. “You have embarrassed the Kinzinger family name.”
His cousin, Karen Otto, was so mad at the despicable RINO she shelled out the “$7 to send it by certified mail to the lawmaker’s father.
She also sent copies to members of Illinois’s congressional delegation.” She had a good reason. “I wanted Adam to be shunned,” Otto told Washington Times.
The RINO continues to be in denial, despite the family intervention. He says the ones who went to all that time and effort to write him the letter “suffer from “brainwashing” from conservative churches.”
He doesn’t hold it against them though. “I hold nothing against them, but I have zero desire or feel the need to reach out and repair that. That is 100 percent on them to reach out and repair, and quite honestly, I don’t care if they do or not.”