The former president publicly endorsed the Republican Wisconsin senator to run for re-election in 2022.
The Democratic Senator spoke out about his Republican colleague's controversial comments, saying: "I think part of what this underscores is that representation matters."
"We all saw what happened, we know what happened, and we can't let that happen again," the Missouri senator said Sunday.
Senator Ron Johnson said last week that he did not feel threatened during the Capitol riots but would have if they were led by Black Lives Matter protesters.
Kinzinger has said he condemns both the January 6 insurrection and the summer's racial justice uprisings. However, he said the two weren't comparable because the insurrection "was a threat to the institution of democracy."
Senator Ron Johnson recently sparked outrage for saying that he would have been concerned by the Capitol riot if it had been carried out by Black Lives Matter activists or members of Antifa.
Johnson has previously said that the riots "didn't seem like an armed insurrection" to him. He has also cited an article that made the unproven claim that Antifa protesters were involved.
Senator Ron Johnson said he would not get vaccinated as he believes a previous COVID infection provides him with "the best immunity possible."
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Johnson said he referred to the article in an attempt to "get to the bottom of ... unanswered questions" about the riots.
The Democrat accused the two-term senator of ignoring the economic crisis unfolding in the state he represents.
"Frankly, the most dangerous was Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who took to the floor and essentially gave the Biden Justice Department cover to prosecute the president," GOP Florida Representative Matt Gaetz said.
The senator has previously opposed stimulus checks being sent out and has suggested aid should be done in a more targeted manner.
"When you hear of armed, don't you think of firearms?" GOP Senator Ron Johnson said. "How many firearms were confiscated? I'm only aware of one. If that was a planned armed insurrection, you really have a bunch of idiots."
The Wisconsin senator has faced criticism following the violence of January 6, having perpetuated claims of voter fraud following Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election.
The evenly divided Senate has already confirmed President Joe Biden's director of national intelligence.
Johnson published his op-ed in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, whose editorial board previously called for his resignation in an op-ed published last week.
Blinken said "no party has a monopoly on good ideas," and he embraced Trump's tough stance in dealing with China.
The 30-second ad, which was posted on YouTube and Twitter begins by showing the chaotic scenes captured during the Capitol riots, when supporters of President Donald Trump breached the building in protest of Congress certifying electoral votes.
GOP Senator Ron Johnson previously blocked two efforts to pass a round of $1,200 stimulus checks.
Senator Ron Johnson "wasn't so worried about the deficit when he voted to give $1 trillion in tax breaks to the 1% and large corporations," the Vermont senator tweeted.
Ron Johnson said Friday "I want to help people" but COVID relief efforts need to be "more targeted."
Some House Republicans are planning to challenge the electors during the Senate and House joint session to count the votes on January 6. The House members will need one GOP senator to join them in their efforts to overturn the results, which would cause both chambers to meet separately to consider those objections.
"I'm not going to turn a blind eye on this," GOP Senator Ron Johnson said. "We'll keep digging."
"Trump would have won the election," Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said on Fox News Wednesday. "That's the enormous influence that social media and our liberal biased media played on this election."
"I think it's nuts to bring that into the Senate," Senator Mitt Romney said.
"Senator Johnson said that he knew and accepted the fact that Joe Biden had won," Mark Becker, a former Wisconsin Republican official, said.
Only four Republican senators have congratulated President-elect Joe Biden.