Adam Kinzinger Criticizes Gabbard Over Pearl Harbor Post

During the recent anniversary of the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) released a statement questioning whether “the remilitarization of Japan” was a good idea. In response, former Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) criticized Gabbard, calling the former Hawaii congresswoman “crazy.”

“As we remember Japan’s aggression in the Pacific, we need to ask ourselves this question: is the remilitarization of Japan, which is presently underway, truly a good idea?” Gabbard wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“We need to be careful that shortsighted, self-serving leaders do not end up bringing us again face-to-face with a remilitarized Japan. #PearlHarbor82,” The former Hawaii congresswoman added.

Never Trumper Kinzinger decided to criticize Gabbard over her comments on Japan’s remilitarization, writing on X, “This lady is crazy. Wut.”

On X, the former Illinois lawmaker describes himself as a “Proud RINO,” meaning Republican in name only. Kinzinger also has the Ukrainian phrase “Slava Ukraini” next to his profile name on the platform alongside an American, Ukrainian and Israeli flag.

During his time in Congress, Kinzinger established himself as one of the fiercest haters of former President Donald Trump, having voted to impeach the former president on bogus charges spread by leftists in Congress.

Many in the political world recently highlighted the devastating attacks that occurred on Dec. 7, 1941, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) commemorated the 82nd anniversary of Pearl Harbor by remembering the over 2,4000 American troops that lost their lives during the Japanese aerial attacks.

“Today, we honor the more than 2,400 American service members who lost their lives during the attack on Pearl Harbor. We will forever remember the sacrifices they made, and are grateful for all veterans who bravely served this country,” DeSantis said on X.

Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC) also recalled the drastic events that occurred at Pearl Harbor in 1941.

“Today, we commemorate the 82nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. A date which will live in infamy. Let us always remember the bravery and service demonstrated on that fateful day, and always honor the memories of the Americans who made the ultimate sacrifice,” Bishop tweeted.