Outgoing Congressman Adam Kinzinger Threatens Twitter User

(NewsGlobal.com)- A popular Twitter user named Catturd2 posted a cartoon about the war in Ukraine, saying, “It’s dumb that I’m laughing way too hard at this.”

The cartoon depicted a man lying down, facing the sky. The man is crying, with the flow of blue tears pooling up around him. The man is also urinating, creating a pool of yellow pee around his lower half.

The combination of the blue and yellow liquids forms a quasi-Ukraine flag.

The post caused retiring Congressman Adam Kinzinger to become enraged, and he subsequently made a physical threat against, basically, an online cartoon cat.

Yes, Catturd2 is a human, but he essentially tweets in the persona of a cat.

It’s amazing that a sitting member of Congress has threatened physical harm against a citizen of the United States because the citizen laughed at a meme that they considered humorous.

Kinzinger wrote: Literal evil. If I met you in person it would not end well… for you. Sicko. Trolls who have never done a thing in their life pretend to be patriots and laugh at real warriors.

@PamelaHensley22 wrote: Adam Kinzinger has threatened Catturd with violence over a meme. Catturd has done more for society than Kinzinger ever will.

@booterlehman wrote: Adam Kinzinger vs. @catturd2 ? I would put my Money on Catturd. Adam Looks like the type of guy to piss himself when confronted.

@DagnySpeaks wrote: Adam Kinzinger, one of the most reprehensible and flatulent-riddled EMPLOYEES we’ve been FORCED to pay a salary to, has some interesting, ignorant, and bordering on illegal things to say to Catturd, one of our beloved meme accounts on Twitter. Who’s surprised by this?

Ironically, Kinzinger wrote this Tweet on July 5th, 2022:

Threats of violence over politics has increased heavily in the last few years. But the darkness has reached new lows. My new interns made this compilation of recent calls they’ve received while serving in my DC office.

Over the past few years, Adam Kinzinger’s behavior has grown increasingly bizarre. His retirement is a very good idea,