Kinzinger tees up colleague on 1/6 innuendo bomb, but kindly offers benefit of doubt

Kinzinger tees up colleague on 1/6 innuendo bomb, but kindly offers benefit of doubt
Adam Kinzinger (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – Sister Toldjah is right on this, up one side and down the other.  Talk about sleazy tactics.]

Kinzinger was prodded by [NYT] reporter David Marchese into saying he had “suspicions” that some of his fellow GOP members of Congress knew the riots were going to happen in advance:

[…]

Kinzinger: I won’t name names, but yes, I do have that suspicion. … I saw the threats. When Lauren Boebert — I will call her out by name — tweeted “Today is 1776,” I don’t know what that meant other than this is the time for revolution. Maybe it was a dumb tweet that she didn’t mean. Fine. I’ll give her that credit for now. …

Isn’t that sweet of him? He drops the name of a Congressional colleague, basically accusing her of aiding and abetting a conspiracy to overturn a presidential election …

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