CHILLING THREAT: GOP rep gets off the wall note compromising him, his better half and 5-month-old child

CHILLING THREAT: GOP rep gets off the wall note compromising him, his better half and 5-month-old child

CHILLING THREAT: GOP rep gets off the wall note compromising him, his better half and 5-month-old child

Rep. Adam Kinzinger, one of two Republicans on the House select board of trustees researching the Jan. 6 Capitol revolt, shared a terrifying letter that took steps to “execute” his family, including his 5-month-old child.

“Here is the letter. Addressed to my better half, shipped off my home, compromising the existence of my family,”

the Illinois senator posted Sunday on his Twitter account.

The off the wall note, addressed to Kinzinger’s significant other, Sofia, starts:

“That pimp you wedded not just broke his vow, he sold his spirit.”

The letter then, at that point, happens to chillingly caution her significant other would be


“Thusly, despite the fact that it could require investment, he will be executed.

“Yet, you can definitely relax! You and Christian [the couple’s newborn child son] will join Adam in damnation as well!”

In an appearance prior on ABC News’ “This Week,” the senator said his better half gotten the letter a couple of days prior.

He was asked by have George Stephanopoulos assuming that he fears for his and his family’s security.

Rep. Adam Kinzinger
The unhinged note, addressed to Kinzinger’s wife, Sofia, begins: “That pimp you married not only broke his oath, he sold his soul.”

“I’m not worried personally. This threat that came in, it was mailed to my house. We got it a couple of days ago and it threatens to execute me, as well as my wife and 5-month-old child. We’ve never seen or had anything like that. It was sent from the local area,”

he said.

“I don’t worry — but now that I have a wife and kids, of course, it’s a little different.”

The lawmaker then pointedly added that

“we can’t expect any differently” until “we get a grip on telling people the truth.”

Police body camera footage from January 6, 2021 shows the attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The letter chillingly warns that Rep. Kinzinger would be “executed.”
REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Kinzinger is one of two GOP members on the controversial panel, alongside Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney.

The congressman also railed against his own party and called out House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and former President Donald Trump.

Rep. Adam Kinzinger
Rep. Adam Kinzinger said that his family have received threatening letters of execution.
Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

“If you’re going stand in front of those people and lie to them and tell them Donald Trump’s right, the election was stolen, because that has you giving me $20 when I send you the next e-mail, or it’s way easier for my primary election, we can have no doubt that 80 percent of the country is going to believe what their leaders are saying,”

he said.

The threatening letter to Kinzinger’s family was revealed the same weekend that ​Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) and his staff were confronted by a number of far-right activists, including members of the extremist Proud Boys group, at the Republican Party of Texas Convention in Houston.

Photo of the letter
Rep. Adam Kinzinger said that a threat recently mailed to his house targeted him, his wife and their 5-month-old child.

They called Crenshaw, a Navy SEAL who lost an eye fighting in Afghanistan,

“Eyepatch McCain” and a “globalist RINO”

as he and his staffers were walking through the lobby on Saturday.

Others soon joined in to shout “You’re a traitor” and “You sold us out.”

The “Eyepatch McCain” insult was started by Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who equated Crenshaw’s support of sending military aid to Ukraine to the policies of the late Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona.



Leave a Reply