Source: NwoReport

Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger stated that if Trump runs for office in 2024, the former President will rig it in his favor and end Democracy in America.

Joining the “TMZ Live” chat on Thursday, the Republican congressman from Illinois cautioned that his party’s effort to establish lawmakers in critical states could enable them to possibly certify an election for a candidate who did not win at the polls.

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According to TMZ, the congressman, who will lose his seat once Democrats get rid of his district in the upcoming reshaping of the Illinois electoral map, announced that the scariest thing leading up to the so-called January 6, 2020 “insurrection” was the GOP memos exploring the legal technicalities of authorizing elections despite how citizens vote.

Kinzinger told the panel that he’s attempting to pass election reform, though his attempts haven’t

been backed by his colleagues in Congress.

As previously reported, Kinzinger is retiring from Congress and won’t seek reelection once his district is nixed.

“I also remember during that campaign saying that if I ever thought it was time to move on from Congress, I would, and that time is now,” announced Kinzinger.

Following his statement, former President Trump stated, “Two down, eight to go!,” referring to the Republicans who sided with the Democrats on the vote to impeach Trump on February 13, 2021.

Kinzinger, who represents a Joliet-area district, told Fox News Thursday he is disappointed in his former “friend” McCarthy for “denying cover” to Republicans like himself that wished to go against former President Trump in the wake of the attack.

“It pains me because Kevin and I used to be friends,” he said on “Your World.” “On January 1, I was on a conference call with Kevin. I announced, ‘Kevin, I fear there’s going to be violence on the 6th because when you convince people an election is stolen, if you believe that, violence is a logical outcome from that.'”


“[McCarthy] just said, ‘Operator, next caller’… On January 6, he gave that speech saying Trump bears responsibility. Two weeks later he was at Mar-a-Lago. In that intervening time, there was a lot of silence in the Republican ranks about where we were going to go … The second he went there, he basically denied top cover to anybody that wanted to step out and say the truth and really brought the former president’s political fortunes back to life.”

“As leaders, we need our base to elect us… part of that two-way street is that we have to lead people as well,” he announced. “It is a responsibility, it’s a unique responsibility. I think too many people became fearful. We have a two-year election cycle, so you’re always in one. They became fearful of losing. They became fearful of losing that job.”