Steve King: Blueprint for Racism

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No one can be honest and claim that the Republican Party is not the party of racists; but some are worse than others. For example; Donald Trump has the whitest and least diverse administration in modern times. He began by choosing a white supremacist as his chief adviser, and selected another white supremacist for his Attorney General. But there is one member of the GOP whose words are the ‘blueprint for racism.’

Steve King is a Representative from Iowa. King is serving his seventh term in the House, and one of the primary reasons I would never go to Iowa; electing him is spitting on the Constitution. He has been the most vocal of all of the corrupt and uncaring politicians in Washington regarding immigration and ‘racial purity.’ It is obvious that he would prefer ‘ethnic

cleansing’ if it was possible.

King recently referred to comments made by Dutch politician Geert Wilders.

Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny,” King wrote. “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”

King completely ignores the fact that America is a nation of immigrants, and within 50 years our entire nation will be occupied by men and women of mixed race.

During the 2016 campaign season, King defended Trump’s plans to deport Hispanics, and ban Muslims. He made a ridiculous claim that all of the greatest achievements in America were accomplished of white men and women who originated in Western Europe. He was angry at comments made by progressives that most attendees at Trump’s convention in July were loud, angry, and dissatisfied white people.

This ‘old white people’ business does get a little tired, Charlie. I’d ask you to go back through history and figure out,” King said, “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?”

In June of 2015, when Trump declared his candidacy, a major change began within our nation. It wasn’t positive; it was regressive. A move to our nation’s dark past became a fact. America quickly became a nation divided.

It began as a division between Republican voters who felt disenfranchised by Republican leadership, and mainstream members of the GOP. It grew to include whites who renounced integration and immigration, vs those who cherish their diverse ethnicity.

Trump was accurately labeled a ‘racist,’ but only when he embraced Steve Bannon, did the fact that he was a white supremacist receive confirmation.

It was easy to understand why disreputable men such as Steve King were quick to support him. When Trump was endorsed by the Ku Klux Klan, no one was surprised.

So, my fellow Americans, you have a choice; do you want a nation which respects and cherishes the Constitution and the principles of our founding fathers, or a country which embraces the vile, dark, and anti-American views of Donald Trump?

The fourth estate, and the politicians in Washington have failed the American people; only we can take our country back.

Please re-post and spread the truth; the revolution has begun.

Op-Ed

By James Turnage

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