January 27, 2021 ☼ gop ☼ trump ☼ white-christian-nationalism
Source: The Washington Post - Link
The upside, practically speaking, has been elusive. Before the Capitol siege Kinzinger had spoken out against pro-Trump conspiracy theories, and in the wake of the attack, he has condemned Republican colleagues and leaders of Christian churches for backing Trump’s false claims that the election was stolen from him. But this tack has not been politically rewarding so far. “I’ve felt very isolated in my party,” Kinzinger told The Post. “Very isolated and very lonely.”
I can only imagine how he feels. He will be vindicated in the long run, but it will go hard on him and his family. Death threats will continue.