RINO Rep. Adam Kinzinger Gives Oscar Worthy Performance, Goes From Laughing To Crying During Jan. 6 Select Committee Hearing

During the Commission’s first hearing on Jan. 6, Republican Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger cried giving quite the political theater.

Kinzinger was appointed to the panel by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday after Republican Reps. Jim Jordan of Ohio and Jim Banks of Indiana were removed, and he got caught up as he explained why he accepted.

Kinzinger started, halting periodically as he appeared to cry, “I never expected today to be quite as emotional for me as it has been. I have talked to a number of you and gotten to know you.”

Kinzinger gets called out 

Catalin Lauf, a candidate for U.S. Congress wrote, “Adam Kinzinger crying about January 6th is nothing but political theater. Just like everything else in Washington, D.C.”

And the award for “shittiest cry scene” during the #Jan6thCommission goes to… (Dramatic pause) @AdamKinzinger,Jonathan T. Gilliam wrote. 

Over the past 7 months that I’ve been in Congress, we have not had a SINGLE in-person Education & Labor Committee hearing. The Democrats & Adam Kinzinger have packed the committee room with lights, cameras & press just to go after President Trump. This is all a partisan stunt,” Congresswoman Mary Miller posted in response. 

Adam Kinzinger ugly-crying is not an argument,” Jack Posobiec wrote to Twitter. 

Newsmax host Benny Johnson called out Kinzinger in response to when protestors set fires near the Washington Monument.

“I think it’s important to tell you right now, though, you guys may individually feel a little broken because I’ll talk about the effects you have to deal with and you talked about the impact of that day. You guys won. You guys held. Democracies are not defined by our bad days. We’re defined by how we come back from bad days, how we take accountability for that.”  Kinzinger continued.

Kinzinger went on to explain that the committee’s aim was not to be political, but to figure out what had occurred and prevent it from happening again.

“It is toxic and a disservice to the officers and their families, to the staff and employees of the Capitol complex and to the American people who deserve the truth and to those generations before us who went to war to defend self-governance,” Kinzinger said of those who believed that the committee was just another political fight.

Kinzinger ended by pointing out that some opponents objected to the Capitol riot being investigated despite the fact that there was no bipartisan panel looking into the nationwide rioting that lasted throughout the summer of 2020.

“I was called on to serve during the summer riots as an Air National Guardsman. I condemn those riots and the destruction of property that resulted, but not once did I ever feel that the future of self-governance was threatened like I did on January 6th. There is a difference between breaking the law and rejecting the rule of law. Between a crime — even grave crimes — and a coup,” Kinzinger continued.


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