RINO Adam Kinzinger BUSTED spreading hoax that Charlie Kirk called for trans ‘lynchings’

 Trans activists lied about remarks made by Charlie Kirk in an effort to smear him, and disgraced former Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger picked up the claim for his own.

Trans activists lied about remarks made by Charlie Kirk in an effort to smear him, and disgraced former Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger picked up the claim for his own. The assertion, however, was entirely false, and the newspaper that reprinted it, The Sacramento Bee, had to retract it.

Kinzinger didn't care that it was false, and he likely didn't even watch the clip himself. Instead, he simply repeated the allegations of a trans activist who has repeatedly called for violence against non-believers and obfuscates legislation that protects the rights of women and children as anti-trans.

"Here is weak boy [Charlie Kirk]," Kinzinger wrote, parrotting the intention of the trans activist. "I hope conservativee realize there is nothing whatsoever conservative about this."

Trans activist and trans-identified biological male Erin Reed lied about remarks made by Charlie Kirk, claiming that Kirk had called for the lynching of trans people. Reed has admitted that the comments about lynching were untrue, and simply an "interpretation."

Reed wrote about the backlash received over making the false statements as to what Kirk said, saying "And Ngo and Charlie Kirk REALLY hate that I called them out for Kirk's video which can really only reasonably be interpreted as a call for violence against trans people."

Reed knows fully that Kirk didn't say what Reed said he said, and is clear that the comments were an "interpretation." To this, Kirk replied "Can't wait for you to explain that in court."

As a result of Reed's comments, Kirk's talk at UC Davis last week was met with violence and vandalism courtesy of Antifa and trans activists who believed Reed's statement that Kirk had called for the actual lynching of trans people.

UC Davis Chancellor Gary May picked up the comments as well, and urged students not to attend Kirk's talk, claiming that Kirk had advocated for violence—something Kirk has not done at any point.

Kirk's statements that men should stand up for women in keeping entitled trans-identified males out of women's bathrooms were misrepresented by Reed, a trans-identified biological male who is one of those who feel entitled to women's spaces, women's language, and advocates for child sex changes.

In a tweet, Reed said "Charlie Kirk, CEO of Turning Point USA, is openly calling for the lynching of transgender individuals. Says that trans people should be 'dealt with' like men did 'in the 50s and 60s.' He's the latest major conservative calling for violence against us."

That lie was repeated by the Sacramento Bee, who were forced to retract their claims. "An earlier version of this column included a statement that Charlie Kirk had 'called for the lynching of trans people,'" it read, going on to discuss Kirk's interview with swimmer Riley Gaines about UPenn's trans swimmer Lia Thomas' nudity in the women's locker room, which resulted in female swimmers being exposed to Thomas' penis.

"Some trans advocates on social media," the Bee went on to explain, "extrapolated from Kirk's comments that he called for trans people to be lynched - an accusation The Bee repeated. But a review of the video shows that Kirk never advocated for trans people to be lynched. In fact, he strongly denies the accusation."

Kinzinger, who repeated the false claim, declined to run to retain his congressional seat representing Illinois' 16th district.

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