Republican lawmakers who supported the impeachment of President Trump are dealing with the repercussions in the aftermath of their votes to side with unhinged Democrats whose only goal was to prevent Trump from ever running for President again. Traitors like Rep. Liz Cheney and Senator Ben Sasse are facing censure from the Republican Party in her home state of Wyoming, while others are like Rep Adam Kinzinger, the young Republican Representative from Illinois are facing backlash from his own family.
Kinzinger, who was first elected during Barack Obama’s first term as president recently voted to impeach Trump. Kinzinger took his dislike for Trump to a whole new level when he announced last week that he’s formed a new PAC to challenge Republicans who still support Trump.
The Daily Mail reports – Illinois Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger has released a scathing handwritten letter he received from a number of his relatives, calling him a ‘disappointment to God’ and a stain on their family’s name for backing the impeachment of Donald Trump.
Kinzinger told the New York Times he received the disparaging note just two days after he called for Trump to be removed from office following the Capitol riots on January 6.
Penned by 11 members of his extended family, Kinzinger was accused in the letter of being in cahoots with ‘the devil’s army (Democrats and the fake news media)’ for publicly opposing the then-president, and requesting the 25th Amendment be invoked against him.
‘Oh my, what a disappointment you are to me and to God!’ the letter, dated January 8, begins. ‘We were once so proud of your accomplishments! Instead, you go against your Christian principles and join the “devil’s army”.’
‘How do you call yourself a Christian when you join the “devil’s army” believing in abortion!’ the note continues. ‘We thought you were “smart” enough to see how the left is brainwashing so many.’
Kinzinger’s family then go on to accuse him, and ‘many other GOP members’, of being ‘brainwashed’ by Democrats and ‘falling for their socialism ideals’.