Adam Kinzinger is one of those Republicans, a “TeaParty Conservative” that is very difficult to understand because of his far-left radical approach to politics. Kinzinger is also one of the ten Republicans who hate the most successful Republican in his lifetime, President Donald J. Trump, and Kinzinger determined to stop him.
Recall what the father of Community Organizing said “True revolutionaries do not flaunt their radicalism. They cut their hair, put on suits, and infiltrate the system from within.” Mao would be so proud of what the Tea Party class of Conservatives did to damage Trump’s Conservative-Populist movement and his supporters.
During the Tea Party, there were numerous leftists, like US Rep. Paul Ryan and Kinzinger who dressed up as “Conservatives” said all the right things, got into power, and then drove the party over a cliff into near irrelevancy as fast as they could.
Almost as if there was a plan from the beginning to infiltrate and weaken the Conservative movement. Trump is almost everything the Tea Party said they wanted in the years before 2010 when the fame seekers like Kinzinger saw a way to make a living for themselves and take the country toward Socialism.
Now Kinzinger wants to make money off his “principles,” he says, by getting the Republican party to dump their association with the most historically popular candidate in the United States. Remember, no one is contesting that Trump got over 72 Million votes.
Kinzinger’s new money-making scheme? A new Political money-making machine called “Country First”. Well, isn’t that ..ahem.. innovative.
According to his money-making website:
“Our country’s future is truly unlimited. After all, we are the party that ended slavery, secured women’s suffrage, and won the war against communist tyranny. Now we must be the party that lifts the rural town and the inner city. We must be the party that empowers every student to soar and every family to thrive.”
Call me crazy, but that almost sounds like Trump’s “America First” agenda, except Trump was DOING it. Kinzinger wants to make money, saying he is going to it; it seems to be a Congressman’s behavior pattern.
Breitbart wrote about Kinzinger’s Sunday announcement pointing out that Kinzinger blames Trump, the most unifying President of his lifetime, as the problem for the GOP division.
“The reality is this: This is a time to choose … And my goal in launching Country1st.com is just to say, look, let’s take a look at the last four years, how far we have come in a bad way, how backward-looking we are, how much we peddle darkness and division,” Kinzinger said on the program.
“And that’s not the party I ever signed up for. And I think most Republicans didn’t sign up for that,” he added.
Kinzinger did a soft launch of his PAC with a group of reporters via Zoom on Saturday, telling them “it’s time for [Republicans] to unplug the outrage machine.”
“Republicans must say enough is enough. It’s time to unplug the outrage machine, reject the politics of personality, and cast aside the conspiracy theories and the rage,” Kinzinger says in the launch video.
He also called politicians such as Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) “political terrorists.”
Kinzinger says he is not vying for leadership in the GOP or some form of higher office. His goal is to drive the conspiracy theorists and racists out of the Republican Party.”
Kinzinger wants to “unplug the outrage machine?” Yet he creates a new one and asks you to pay for it.
THAT is revolutionary grifting, Congressman.