Rep. Kinzinger Vows To ‘Move Heaven And Earth’ To Stop Trump From Becoming President Again

RINO Rep Adam Kinzinger vowed to “move heaven and earth” to stop former President Donald Trump from becoming president again.

“If Donald Trump gets the Republican nomination, there are many of us that will move heaven and earth to ensure he doesn’t win. I think that’s the most important thing,” Kinzinger bemoaned on Thursday.  “He cannot be president again.”

Kinzinger also railed against Trump on Friday, saying he regrets failing to vote to impeach the 45th president in 2019 over his dealings with Ukraine.

PATHETIC: RINO Rep Adam Kinzinger Says He Regrets Voting Against First Impeachment Of Trump

“I want to be honest, in Congress, I have only a few votes that in [hindsight], I regret. My biggest regret was voting against the first impeachment of Donald Trump,” the congressman wrote in a Twitter thread

It’s important for leaders to “admit regret” when possible, he explained.

“The bottom line, Donald Trump withheld lethal aid to Ukraine so he could use it as leverage for his campaign,” Kinzinger said, adding Trump’s exchange with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky in 2019 “is a shameful and illegal act, directly hurting the Ukraine defense today.”

The Illinois lawmaker is one of two Republicans selected by Nancy Pelosi to sit on the unconstitutional House Select Committee to Investigate January 6 Committee Attack on the United States Capitol with seven Democrats.

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