The Democrats failed to muster up the 67 votes needed to convict Donald Trump on articles of impeachment in the Senate.
But they did convince a handful of Republicans to go along with their phony impeachment sham.
And one Republican House member is facing this unexpected consequence of voting for impeachment.
10 Republicans in the House and 7 in the U.S. Senate joined with Democrats and voted for Donald Trump’s second impeachment sham.
Illinois Congressman Adam Kinzinger is one of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump, making him one of the new leaders of the Never-Trump movement.
In fact, even before voting to impeach Donald Trump, Kinzinger said one of his goals for the 2022 elections was to purge Donald Trump and his supporters from the GOP.
But after joining with Democrats and voting to impeach Donald Trump, it’s not just Kinzinger’s constituents who are mad at him.
11 members of his own family are outraged, too.
And they recently sent him a letter not only accusing him of joining “the Devil’s army,” but also disowning him from the family.
“Oh my, what a disappointment you are to us and to God,” the letter stated. “We were once so proud of your accomplishments! Instead, you go against your Christian principles and join the ‘devil’s army’ (Democrats and the fake news media). How do you call yourself a Christian when you join the ‘devil’s army’ believing in abortion? We thought you were ‘smart’ enough to see how the left is brainwashing as many ‘so called good people’ including yourself and many other GOP members. You have even fallen for their socialist ideals. So, so, sad!”
When asked by the New York Times for a response, Kinzinger seemingly didn’t care, saying “I hold nothing against them,” Kinzinger told the New York Times, “but I have zero desire or feel the need to reach out and repair that. That is 100 percent on them to reach out and repair, and quite honestly, I don’t care if they do or not.”
Kinzinger’s statement saying it’s “on them to reach out and repair” their relationship is laughable.
Kinzinger is the one who voted to impeach a President who was innocent of the outrageous charge that he was an “insurrectionist.”
But even though Kinzinger doesn’t care about members of his family disowning him, he is certain to care about voters being outraged at him when the 2022 Republican Primary rolls around.