Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) spoke with Fox News Radio's Guy Benson about Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's recent inflammatory rhetoric, calling Republicans "enemies" of the state and saying Biden should't debate Trump. Rep. Kinzinger said,

"listening to her, I mean, first off, it sounds like she needs to be the ones kind of put in the basement and put in controlled environments. I I'll tell you, the Nancy Pelosi I got to know not well, but got to know in 2010 when I was elected is very different than the Nancy Pelosi today. And this kind of rhetoric is as or more inflammatory than anything I've ever heard, calling Republicans enemies of the state and and making accusations, like you said, the post office think I'd vote for it. That's fine. I voted against it. But that is not a that's not a moral issue at this moment that is going to decide whether this country dies or lives like what's grow up. And it just goes to show, like we're talking about a minute ago, that this party, the Democratic Party, is so driven to win and they've always been this way. But especially now that they'll say and do anything. And quite honestly, Guy, I think it's going to backfire."

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