Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) Criticized Republicans who attempted to rewrite the history of the storming of the United States Capitol on January 6, by equating the gassing of the event. to something “outside North Korea”.
“When I saw my coworkers talking, you know, I feel like it’s in a 1984 – something you see outside of North Korea, where it’s like ‘we’re just going to say what we want reality to be, ”Kinzinger said. – host Sunny Hostin, who asked for his reaction to bodycam footage showing rioters attacking Capitol Officer Michael Fanone.
“I was there on January 6th. It was a real insurrection. It was an insurgency of people who thought they were bidding Trump at Trump’s behest. Not just that day, but in the days leading up to that, with the story of a stolen election, ”he added.
Kinzinger called on his party members to be held to account on the insurgency.
“Jan. 6 was real and as a party we have to make it our own, recognize what led to it, so that we don’t start over again. It wasn’t 10 years ago, it was four years ago. months. So the idea of ’oh let’s move on’, I agree, let’s move on after taking a full account of how we got here and how to never come back to this position “, did he declare.
“It was a real insurrection.”
Rep Kinzinger on Rep Clyde comparing the crowd that stormed the Capitol to a ‘normal sightseeing tour’: ‘The idea of’ just moving on ‘, I agree – moving on after taking a full account of how we got here and how to get back to this position. pic.twitter.com/rdBqrn1mas
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Kinzinger’s comments came the morning after Parliamentary Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) Said he was ready to meet Fanone after Fanone slammed Republicans for downplaying the seriousness of the event .
“I would like like to meet himMcCarthy said at a Police Week event at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington.