(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former Republican Congressman and CNN political commentator Adam Kinzinger continued to cover himself in shame, pushing the lie that conservative activist Charlie Kirk has claimed that he wants to lynch transgenders.
Kinzinger took up the recent statement of the Sacramento Bee, a newspaper that printed and later retracted a libelous statement about Kirk’s fabricated desire to lynch transgenders, the Post Millennial reported.
Before actual facts could be sorted, the Bee managed to spark an Antifa riot on the campus of the University of California-Davis regarding an event at which Kirk was supposed to speak.
Militant #trans activist Erin Reed was behind the viral lie that @charliekirk11 called for “lynchings.” The lie helped incite #Antifa to carry out an attack at UC Davis. Unsurprisingly, Reed has a history of spreading hoaxes on Twitter. https://t.co/fvZM03uivO
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) March 17, 2023
Undeterred by the falsity of the claim, which that even the Left admits to, Kinzinger piled on Kirk and sided with the transgender activists.
“Here is weak boy [Charlie Kirk],” Kinzinger wrote in a now-deleted Tweet in which he commented on Kirk’s video wherein he discussed the slander and subsequent UC Berkeley riot. “I hope conservatives realize there is nothing whatsoever conservative about this.”
The tweet should come as no surprise, given that Kinzinger has made a career out of political theater.
Last year, while he was still an Illinois Representative in Congress, Kinzinger posted a photo from 2016, playing it up as a photo from Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine.
This photo is from an article in 2016, another propaganda tweet by Adam Kinzinger to prey on emotions.
DO A REVERSE IMAGE LOOKUP, anyone can. https://t.co/H9F8nxCdou
— RayneNGrace †🇺🇸† Democrats are destroying USA. (@RayneNGrace) February 26, 2022
He also may have penned a death threat letter to himself and his family, posting it on social media and passing it off as a letter from a far-Right constituent.
Here is the letter. Addressed to my wife, sent to my home, threatening the life of my family. The Darkness is spreading courtesy of cowardly leaders fearful of truth. Is the what you want @GOP? Pastors?
— Adam Kinzinger #fella (@AdamKinzinger) June 19, 2022
Some noted that, upon closer examination, the handwriting on the letter was extremely similar to Kinzinger’s own handwriting, suggesting that he may have had a hand in the writing of the letter.
It looks pretty similar … pic.twitter.com/pow6rLKC2h
— The🐰FOO (@PolitiBunny) June 20, 2022