An Exiting GOP Lawmaker is Sounding the Alarm About What Comes Next.

Violence is coming, and 2024 is going to be a nightmare.

Lauren Elizabeth
3 min readJun 20, 2022
Adam Kinzinger via Jacquelyn Martin — AP

The Republican Party is not a very friendly place to be for lawmakers who haven’t fallen in line behind former President Donald Trump. It’s been clear since he won the nomination in 2016 that the base would expect nothing but loyalty to the man they deemed their leader, and anyone who doesn’t care to bow their heads is — more often than not — shown the door and made a pariah.

Among them is Illinois’ Adam Kinzinger, who has decided not to seek reelection in the 16th district primarily because he knows his opposition to Donal Trump means he really has no chance. As his time in congress comes to an end, the soon-to-be former lawmaker has had a lot to say in regards to the future of the Republican Party, and has decided to sound the alarm.

Olafimihan Oshin with The Hill writes:

“…ABC’s “This Week” moderator George Stephanopoulos said all signs pointed to controversy similar to that seen in the aftermath of the 2020 election, especially with some of former President Trump’s allies in charge of certifying election results on the state level this time, before asking, “How worried are you about 2024?”

“Very worried,” Kinzinger replied to…

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Lauren Elizabeth

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