The GOP establishment hates Donald Trump and his supporters.
It’s clear just how much.
And this Never-Trump RINO just claimed Donald Trump will start the next civil war.
Illinois Congressman Adam Kinzinger is one of the biggest RINOs in America.
Kinzinger voted to impeach Donald Trump and now votes with the Democrats on almost every issue.
Kinzinger is retiring from Congress and knows his career future depends on playing the grift-role of honorable loser on CNN or MSNBC.
In an appearance on CNN’s The Situation Room, Kinzinger once again auditioned for a cable TV contract by outrageously claiming Trump supporters were ready to start shooting other Americans over an election result.
“We’re in a real dire moment. I think if we don’t wake up and recognize that it is more than just performance art when we lie, when we tell people elections were stolen, this actually goes to the survival of this country and in the form, we know it. it is that serious,” Kinzinger told host Wolf Blitzer.
Blitzer then took a Republican National Committee censure resolution against Kinzinger out of context, falsely claiming that the resolution declared that people who rioted on January 6 engaged in “legitimate political discourse.”
Kinzinger gladly ran with the false talking point.
“Oh, it is extremely dangerous, and it is not even — if there was a word even more intense than dangerous, I would use that,” Kinzinger added.
Kinzinger then claimed Trump supporters were all anti-government militia members ready to start the next American civil war if the 2024 election did not go their way.
“It is not a far thought, Wolf, to think that someday, some militia shows up somewhere to do something and then some counter-militia, and at that point that is how you end up in a civil war. I never would say that we would ever have ended in that position, but I now believe it is a real possibility that we have to be wide-eyed as we walk into so we don’t have that happen again,” Kinzinger added.
Kinzinger then claimed it was not far-fetched to claim Trump supporters would start a civil war.
“I do. And a year ago, I would have said no, not a chance. But I’ve come to realize when we don’t see each other as fellow Americans, when we begin to separate into cultural identities, when we begin to basically give up everything that we believe so we could be part of a group, and then when you have leaders that come and abuse that faithfulness of that group to violent ends, as we saw on January 6, we would be naïve to think it is not possible here,” Kinzinger continued.
Kinzinger wrapped up by claiming that to avoid all-out violent conflict, Republicans should cave in to Democrats on key policy debates.
“We have to look at this wide-eyed and walk in and say, we may have differences as Left and Right, but we have to bridge those differences, because our basic survival is at stake, the basic survival of this democracy,” Kinzinger concluded.
Kinzinger is retiring from Congress because the Democrats redrew his district.
Rather than run and face defeat, Kinzinger quit and will slink out of Washington, D.C. with his tail between his legs because he was too afraid to lose an election.
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