January 19, 2023

Former Congressman Adam Kinzinger Was Selling Signed Copies of J6 Committee Report

Former Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) was reportedly selling autographed copies of the House committee's Jan. 6 report for $100.

Kinzinger later ended his online listing for signed copies after media reports over the issue.

"The listing that appears on the website belonging to Country First, an Illinois-based PAC established by Kinzinger in July 2021, features the committee's final report – signed by Kinzinger – bound in book format and available for purchase for $100," Fox News reported.

"The listing was removed shortly after a Fox News Digital report highlighted that Kinzinger's PAC was selling copies of the report with his signature on it Tuesday evening, and later reposted to clarify that 'all proceeds will benefit charitable organizations working to uphold and defend democracy in America,'" it added.

Kinzinger was one of only two Republicans on Rep. Nancy Pelosi's (D-CA) House select committee to investigate Jan. 6. He was also one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump following the Capitol Building riot.

"On January 6, 2021, the United States came perilously close to losing its democracy. A mob instigated by the president of the United States violently attacked the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., seeking to disrupt the certification of the electors in the presidential election and prevent the peaceful transfer of power for the first time in American history," a description for the limited edition book reads.

Kinzinger chose not to run for reelection after redistricting in his state made it unlikely for him to win another term.

The former GOP congressman has since formed a new PAC that has included endorsing some Democratic candidates in the 2022 midterms.

Kinzinger also recently became a contributor for CNN. The move has been widely mocked by conservatives who were unsurprised by the former congressman's move to join a network known for its anti-Trump emphasis.

The latest move appears to have backfired for Kinzinger, with the autographed copy efforts shut down shortly after it began and the committee's nearly two years of work now overtaken by the new Republican majority in the House as the emphasis shift to President Joe Biden's classified documents.

One last question... the pricing of this seems suspect, as the binding and papers alone would probably cost that much at a copy center or bookmaker.

So, I am wondering if Kinzinger actually used taxpayer dollars to make up these copies using congressional assets, then sold them for 100 percent profit.

If I were Kevin McCarthy, I would definitely be checking copier records.

Source: Fox News

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