Several days ago, ‘Never Trumper’ Adam Kinzinger delivered a self-absorbed, Hero Complex-laden farewell address that is embarrassing by any man’s standards.

But Adam Kinzinger isn’t just any man. He’s slowly morphed from a veteran with an impressive military career to a weepy reply guy unable to shake the Trump cobwebs from his mind.

Or, as Tucker Carlson might say, a “weepy man” suffering from “a full-blown case of male menopause.”

Carlson’s takedown of Kinzinger is truly something to behold. And the soon-to-be former Illinois Republican deserves every ounce of thrashing he received.

Carlson begins by noting Adam served most of his congressional career “utterly without distinction” until 2018.

“That was the year that Adam Kinzinger turned 40 and things began to change inside of him,” he said.

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Tucker Carlson’s utter destruction of Adam Kinzinger continued unabated.

“The first signs were subtle but unmistakable,” Carlson said of the ‘changes’ Kinzinger was experiencing. “Choking up at a car insurance commercial, opening an Instagram account and posting pictures of himself, wearing spandex bike shorts to Starbucks without shame and sometimes, with a fanny pack.”

“By 2021, Kinzinger had a full-blown case of male menopause with all the familiar, painful symptoms: mood swings, hot flashes, food cravings, uncontrollable weeping.”

The Fox News host added:

A lesser man would have retreated from public life, chosen new pronouns and transitioned in private, but Adam Kinzinger chose another path. He chose to be a role model. He wanted other middle-aged men to know there is life after hormonal imbalance, and so on July 27, 2021, Adam Kinzinger bravely came out of the closet as a weepy man.

Kinzinger’s farewell address is an example of what makes him reviled by conservatives and most people who value truth.

He flat-out lied, falsely claiming he lost his job because he insisted on “standing up for truth” when it came to relentlessly attacking former President Trump.

“Had I known that standing up for truth would cost me my job, friendships, and even my personal security, I would, without hesitation, do it all over again,” proclaimed Kinzinger, a hero in his own mind.

In reality, the speech he likely practiced in his mirror while standing on a phone book to make himself look more intimidating was a continuation of lies he tells to make himself seem like a tough guy.

Kinzinger, in all actuality, chose not to run for reelection because his Democrat friends in Illinois unveiled a new congressional map that significantly impacted his chances of winning in 2022. So he took his little basketball and went home.

“In just weeks, Adam Kinzinger will be another CNN contributor,” Carlson said. “No one will ever see him again, but we will never forget him.”

“Adam Kinzinger will live forever in our hearts as an example of what a man can be when he stops trying to be a man and unleashes the emotionally fragile, divorced, single mom within.”

“Au revoir, Adam Kinzinger,” he concluded. “See you at SoulCycle.”

And just like that, it was over. A verbal murder aired live on television. RIP Madam Kinzinger.

In an exit interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Kinzinger suggests he may pursue a career finding a TV gig and noted he has a documentary coming out because he’s been at the epicenter of “such a defining kind of time in our lives.”

Always the hero in his world.

Kinzinger added that if he should ever be portrayed in a movie, the actor would have to be Tom Cruise. We’re guessing Cruis is way too tall to be cast in that role.

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