Saturday, July 20, 2024

Kinzinger Mocked for Avoiding Tucker Carlson Appearance

'Anyone getting the truth out would jump at that opportunity...'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) RINO Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois is being roundly mocked for posting a video statement to make excuses after refusing an invite to appear on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show, Red State reported.

Kinzinger started the video by stating that Carlson invited him on the show, then went on to accuse Carlson of being evil.

“His insistence that the West was provoking war with Putin, his spreading lies about ‘bio labs’ and his continued spewing of conspiracy theories are nothing but complete evil,” Kinzinger insisted. “I will not validate his show by making an appearance.”

Kinzinger also referred to Carlson’s show as “Russian propaganda,” accused him of being a conniving liar and called him a “self-serving showboat.”

After a few not-so-subtle put-downs, Kinzinger painted himself as a freedom-fighting patriot.

“Rather than validate his propaganda programming, I am going to use my effort to support the Ukrainian people,” he said, before asking for donations.

Kinzinger closed out his video by offering prayers for Benjamin Hall, a Fox News reporter who was injured covering the situation in Ukraine. But he was unable to resist taking one more shot at Carlson:

“The job they do is difficult and appreciated,” he concluded. “This makes Tucker’s position all the more disgusting.”

It is unknown if Kinzinger simply did not see the value in going on Carlson’s show to make the points he feels are so important or if he just did not want to have his feelings hurt.

Twitter users were also unsure, but still found it hilarious:

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