GOP Cucks Furiously Going After Steve King for “Racist” Tweet

This is the fourth post in the last 24 hours on Rep. Steve King’s now infamous Tweet. Truth is rare. Steve King wrote it. Now they are trying to bully him into denying it.

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A spokesman for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called on GOP leadership to condemn King’s statements.

“Republican congressman Steve King’s vile racism has no place in decent society, much less in the U.S. Congress,” said spokesman Drew Hammill. “But once again, disgusting hatred has been met with deafening silence from Speaker (Paul) Ryan.”

AshLee Strong, a spokeswoman for Ryan, subsequently responded that Ryan took issue with King’s comments.

“The speaker clearly disagrees and believes America’s long history of inclusiveness is one of its great strengths,” Strong said.

When asked whether he is promoting a kind of white nationalism, King said the debate isn’t about advancing a particular race but rather advancing American culture and Western civilization.

“This is an effort on the left, I think, to break down the American civilization, the American culture and turn it into something entirely different. I’m a champion for Western civilization,” he said.

In defending his remarks, King told CNN said there’s been too much focus on race and wants to see Americans “bonded together.”

“If you go down the road a few generations or maybe centuries with the intermarriage, I’d like to see an America that (is) so homogenous that we look a lot the same from that perspective. I think there’s far too much focus on race, especially in the last eight years. I want to see that put behind us,” King said.

Jeff Kaufmann, chairman of the Iowa Republican Party, was one of the first GOP leaders to take issue with King’s comments. He was joined Monday by Republican Rep. David Young of Iowa.

“First of all, I do not agree with congressman King’s statement,” Kaufmann said in a press release. “We are a nation of immigrants, and diversity is the strength of any nation and any community.”

Most members of the House were still back in their home districts Monday, muting reaction from King’s colleagues. But a couple of Florida Republicans took to Twitter to voice their displeasure.

“Get a clue, @SteveKingIA. Diversity is our strength. All looking alike is such a waste. A travesty. I wanna be me. All others are taken,” said Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

Rep. Carlos Curbelo, who was born to Cuban exiles who fled Fidel Castro’s regime in the 1960s, asked King via Twitter: “What exactly do you mean? Do I qualify as “somebody else’s baby?” #concernedGOPcolleague”

Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., a civil rights leader in the 1960s, said the United States is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, appearance and languages.

“Rep. King’s statement is bigoted and racist. It suggests there is one cultural tradition and one appearance that all of humanity should conform to,” Lewis said. “These ideas have given rise to some of the worst atrocities in human history, and they must be condemned.”

11 thoughts on “GOP Cucks Furiously Going After Steve King for “Racist” Tweet

  1. “((((Kaufmann))) said in a press release. “We are a nation of immigrants, and diversity is the strength of any nation and any community.”
    Why then does his beloved Israel have a strict Jews only policy for immigration? Why do not the Palestinians add strength and diversity to Israel? Why build a huge wall to keep them and their diversity out? So much so that 6 million (a Holy Number to Jews) Palestinians must live in refugee camps, many for almost 60 years now?
    Yet the very same Arabs are meant to improve the USA?

    King is especially talking about Bronze Age Black Africans and 9th century Muslims but he knows he can not say this out loud. The Emperor Has No Clothes.
    The Emperor is the idea that we are all the same and lets ignore the African time bomb locusts, pooping out billions of black babies, and then swarming of the West.

    Steve King…… “culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”.
    This also states explicitly that restoration is necessary – a lot of rot, decay and rust has already set in. So he also means Mexiturds, Cubans, Chinks, Indians, Pakis, Pacific Islanders and the other non white flotsam and jetsam that found its way in to Western nations, especially the USA.
    The Founding Fathers wanted a white nation and should have said so explicitly – big omission. They could have used those “white” words in those days. Maybe they did and some words or documents have been suppressed/hidden/destroyed. Maybe big bucks from slavery stopped them from demanding a white nation. As you sow, so shall you reap. The greed of a few slave-owners has led to this.

  2. I like that Rep. King’s fellow congressman, (((Kaufman))) condemned him. I do not know anything about Kaufman, but I would have to guess that his wife is a jewess. He lives in a gated, expensive community, and his kids go to joo school at some jew temple/synagogue. His friends and acquaintances are probably jews like himself, and he would shit if his daughter announced that she was knocked-up by a spook. Now hear this, everyone of our Senators and Congressmen are sociopaths. They have already and will continue to sell us evil YT 99%ers down the river. There is no way to get to that rarefied atmosphere unless you sold your soul somewhere along the way and to the RNC/DNC which are the gate-keepers to federal elected office. We did not get into the fix that we are in, because our reps and politicos are honest brokers. BTW, I wonder how John Boehner is getting along? His daughter (a mud-shark) married a dread-locked Jamaican several years ago. I wonder if he has any mulatto picanniny grandchildren yet?

    • I put up one or two posts on Boehner’s daughter here when she married rasta man. He is ridiculous.

      Jew Kaufmann is a good example of why the Republican party can’t be trusted. Some are worse than others. McCain is worse.

      Steve King is OK by me. He’s not cucking out. In fact I think he’s said similar things in the past about saving Western civilization.

  3. Wow! Could have given King a big hug! For those with Twitter accounts, please thank him. @SteveKingIA That took a lot of courage! Why isn’t he on Trump’s team?

  4. “In fact I think he’s said similar things in the past about saving Western civilization.”

    Yes, I remember, now, King said this.

    “During last year’s Republican National Convention, King told a panel of opposition media who were gloating about “the last time that old white people will command the Republican Party’s attention, its platform, its public face” to basically get bent. King said, “this ‘old white people’ business does get a little tired,” following up with the challenge “to go back through history and figure out, where are these contributions that have been made by these other categories of people that you’re talking about, where did any other subgroup of people contribute more to civilization?”

  5. Once again the GOP will kiss ass without questioning. How about letting Kings constituents decide if they are offended or not? They elected him to represent them in Congress, not the limp spined, truth dodging brown nosers of the Republican Party. Pelosi can bugger off.

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