How can even one Christian still support Traitor-Trump, least apply the name of Jesus to him? For wondering this for four years – at least – I will now zero in on this question even more intensely, even though I got warmed over Alley Valkyrie THREATS from my Christian neighbors. Many people who oppose Mr. TeeTee have gotten – and will get – DEATH THREATS! Are Christians making them? What happened to this Senator is called SHUNNUNG. My neighbors shunned me as part of a their evangelical cult ritual that they practiced on the access to my appartment – which is against the lease!
Above is a photo of evangelicals laying hands on Mr. TeeTee as Pence bows his head. TT called upon his Christian Mob – to get our Vice President – and punish him for betraying Jesus.
SHUN THE TRAITORS!
John ‘The Prophet’
The six-term congressman told The New York Times that 11 members of his family sent him a handwritten two-page note after he called for removing Trump from office over the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
“Oh my, what a disappointment you are to us and to God!” the letter began.https://www.dianomi.com/smartads.epl?id=3533
Its writer also accused him of working with “the devil’s army,” which includes Democrats and the “fake news media.”
“We thought you were ‘smart’ enough to see how the left is brainwashing many ‘so called good people’ including yourself and many other GOP members,” the letter continued. “You have even fallen for their socialism ideals! So, so sad!”
The note, obtained by the Times, states that the family members were “thoroughly disgusted” with Kinzinger.
“It is now most embarrassing to us that we are related to you,” they wrote. “You have embarrassed the Kinzinger family name.”
Kinzinger’s cousin, Karen Otto, said in an interview with the Times that she paid $7 to send it by certified mail to the lawmaker’s father. She also sent copies to members of Illinois’s congressional delegation.
“I wanted Adam to be shunned,” Otto told the newspaper.
Kinzinger said the family members who sent the letter suffer from “brainwashing” from conservative churches.
“I hold nothing against them,” he said, “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 has been making national headlines amid his battle against what he calls “Trumpism” in the Republican Party.
He launched a new PAC aimed at challenging the GOP’s acceptance of the former commander in chief. Kinzinger said he plans to target two of Trump’s most ardent defenders in the lower chamber – Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.).
Kinzinger was one of 10 House Republicans to vote to impeach Trump for his role in inciting the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol breach. He acknowledged last month that the vote could be “terminal” to his career but said he was willing to lose his House seat over it.
“But I also knew that I couldn’t live with myself having, you know, try to just protect it and just felt like the one time I was called to do a really tough duty, I didn’t do it,” the centrist Republican said.
The Illinois congressman, who won reelection in the fall after voting against Democrats’ previous efforts to impeach Trump in late 2019, now faces a GOP primary challenger and resistance from state party officials who have remained loyal to the former president.
The La Salle County Republican Central Committee, located in the district he represents, moved to censure him earlier this month.
“The party’s sick right now,” Kinzinger told the Times. “It’s one thing if the party was accepting of different views, but it’s become this massive litmus test on everything. So it’s a possibility down the road, but it’s certainly not my intention, and I’m going to fight like hell to save it first.”