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Steve King
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa)

USA –-( Kingdumb.

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has come under fire for racial comments to the New York Times questioning the offensiveness of the terms “white nationalism” and “white supremacy.”

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  • 6 thoughts on “Kingdumb

    1. King didn’t call anyone any names or accuse anyone of anything. He asked a question and got lambasted for doing it. Over reaction is what I call it. More evidence of infighting and jumping to conclusions and that is what we accuse the democrats of doing. How about the muzzie from Michigan that called the president an M-F. Nothing happened to her and she has revealed she is anti-semitic and other bad things.
      King has been a respectable member of the GOP for a number of terms and I don’t feel he deserves to be jumped on by the rinos. When will kindergarten be over with in the swamp, it is getting really tiresome to pay these little brats to parade around and do nothing.

    2. Ramirez got it right. King’s comments were racist and bigoted. Freedom of speech is guaranteed. He exercised it. Good for him. Rights only exist when people actually use them. Freedom of Speech includes freedom of response. The Republican party censured king and took him down from his positions, not the Democrats. The Democrats would have burned him at the stake and thrown the ashes out. He is still an elected official, can vote and represent his constituents. The Republicans actions are saying that he doesn’t represent them. Next election cycle he may or may not be elected. That decision is with his voters. That’s democracy.

      If you walk like a duck, talk like a duck and act like a duck, someone is going to call you a duck. In this case if the hat fits wear it.

    3. Ramirez missed the mark again (no surprise there). The Donkeycrats can do or say anything and it OK (‘C’rap music, rants about the president, you know those kind of things) but if a conservative says anything the world is going to in.

    4. I was under the impression that Freedom of Speech was one of our rights. I hear all the time about “Black Power” and this so called “Pride power” {which always made me wonder what they were proud of. What they did or how they did it?

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