On the website of his County First PAC, former GOP congressman Adam Kinzinger is offering signed hardcover copies of the Jan. 6 Committee Report for $100.
The only two House Republicans on the Jan. 6 Committee were Kinzinger and former Rep. Liz Cheney. Following a nearly 18-month inquiry into the January 6 Capitol riots, the January 6 Committee released its final report last month.
Furthermore, Kinzinger was one of the10 House Republicans who voted in the wake of the riots to impeach former Pres. Donald Trump.
The US Federal Police Memorial Fund would “benefit from all earnings of the $100 report,” according to a statement on Kinzinger’s County First PAC website.
According to the book’s summary, on January 6, the United States “came perilously near to losing its democracy.”
The description goes on to say:
“In order to interrupt the certifying of the electors in the presidential race and thwart the peaceful transfer of the presidency for the first time in U.S. history, a crowd led by the United States president brutally invaded the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. The United States House Oversight Committee to Probe the Jan. 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol was established as a bipartisan investigative committee to look into the attack on the U.S. Capitol in order to ascertain the truth of the events. The official committee report of the attack investigation, maybe the most significant congressional probe in American history, is available here. It includes exhibits and witness evidence.”
During the midterm election campaign of last year, Kinzinger decided not to seek for reelection. Through his Country First PAC, he supported Democrats and established Republicans instead.
Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs (D), who ran against Kari Lake, and Senator Lisa Murkowski (R), who ran against Trump-endorsed Kelly Tshibaka, were two of the candidates whom Kinzinger’s PAC supported.
Kinzinger was one of the nine Republicans who supported the $1.7 trillion omnibus package that President Biden passed into law last month during one of his final votes as a member of the U.S. Congress.
Kinzinger has agreed to work as a CNN contributor after leaving office.