By
Ryan Ledendecker
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March 11, 2023
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11:45 pm

Adam Kinzinger admits that Democrats obsession with indicting Trump will help him in 2024

Former Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) was embarrassed right out of office and predictably hired by CNN as a contributor. The struggling network salivates over his so-called Republican insight, except this week. 

According to Breitbart, during a recent interview with Wolf Blitzer of CNN's "The Situation Room," Kinzinger was quizzed on his thoughts on potential indictments against former President Donald Trump and what it could mean for the former president's chances in 2024.

He was first asked about Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's possible indictment against the former Republican president.

"I guess it’s a big story to an extent. It’s not the enchilada I think everybody is thinking. Obviously, the biggest thing I’m interested in is what happens on the Jan. 6 situation and stuff like that. But this obviously, there’s a lot of details I still don’t necessarily know about this case," Kinzinger said.

Kinzinger added: "But as all your guests have been saying, it is difficult to prove, difficult to prosecute. So I think people need to look at this kind of in that spectrum and realize we’re still waiting to hear from Georgia and some other stuff federally as well."

"What do you think, Adam, if, in fact, he is charged with a crime, do you think he can still run for president?" Blitzer asked.

That's when the interview became especially interesting, even more so for whatever viewers CNN has left, as Kinzinger essentially admitted that the Democrats' obsession with Donald Trump will likely cost them a chance at keeping the White House in 2024.

"I think he absolutely will still run because, it actually will probably make him more popular within the GOP. I think this is a reality whether it’s this crime, maybe potentially even the January 6, look at what happened when he defeated impeachment the first time, look what happened, you know, frankly when he wasn’t even removed the second time which he should have been," Kinzinger said.

The RINO former lawmaker added: "He actually gains popularity, he’s so good at being a victim. It’s amazing in this kind of culture that they have where it’s supposed to be about strength and manhood he’s the biggest victim ever. But I think he will play the victim card in this, probably will help him in the primary and short of being convicted of a felony it will not stop him from running."

It's incredible to think that even someone like Kinzinger is so delusional and crippled by Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) that he still believes that soon the nation will witness Trump being hauled out in an orange jumpsuit and handcuffs.

Kinzinger has taken intense heat this week after Fox News' Tucker Carlson exposed never-before-seen January 6 footage that make Kinzinger's J6 Select Committee look like a gang of lying hypocrites.

"Anyone notice that shills like Kinzinger always repeat the lie that Trump incited an insurrection but never, ever tell you how he did it? Ever notice that they never mention another insurrection in all of history committed by unarmed people?" another Twitter user wrote.

Kinzinger's just playing the "hey guys remember me!" game as his career slowly and painfully dies at the news network where careers definitely go to die.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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