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Kinzinger Praises GOP Colleague Cawthorn’s Loss As ‘Good for the Country’

'Those people are more interested in becoming famous than in actually doing the very serious work... '

(Headline USARep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., claimed this week that Rep. Madison Cawthorn’s, R-N.C., primary loss in North Carolina is “good for the country.”

Kinzinger, a RINO who epitomizes GOP weakness working for so-called consensus with radical leftists, was asked what he thought about Cawthorn and his primary loss on Tuesday.

“Well, it’s good. I mean it’s good for the country, it’s good for the party, it’s good for the 11th District of North Carolina,” he replied.

Washington, D.C., “has become kind of a growing ground for people that are just more interested in fame than governing” Kinzinger said.

“Those people are more interested in becoming famous than in actually doing the very serious work at a time when we’ve got a lot of challenges here at home and overseas,” added Kinzinger, who is “doing the very serious work” of abetting the J6 Inquisition’s witch hunt.

“So it’s a good thing he lost,” Kinzinger said.

Cawthorn, 26, served just one term in Congress and was the youngest member of the House. His campaign was plagued by negative press ahead of the primary election, for which he blamed the “D.C. establishment” and “swamp.”

Cawthorn lost to state Sen. Chuck Edwards, who described his win as a clear sign that “the people of the mountains were looking for someone to go to Washington D.C. that had a proven conservative track record of getting things done.”

For his part, Cawthorn seemed to agree: 

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