There goes your one Congressman that defended the white race.
This was an organized primary campaign by the Jews to push this man out of office. No one votes in primaries, unless they’re nominating a presidential candidate. So Jews were able to organize a big push to get Steve King removed.
Because that’s “democracy,” goy.
Representative Steve King of Iowa, the nine-term Republican with a history of racist comments who only recently became a party pariah, lost his bid for renomination early Wednesday, one of the biggest defeats of the 2020 primary season in any state.
In a five-way primary, Mr. King was defeated by Randy Feenstra, a state senator, who had the backing of mainstream state and national Republicans who found Mr. King an embarrassment and, crucially, a threat to a safe Republican seat if he were on the ballot in November.
The defeat was most likely the final political blow to one of the nation’s most divisive elected officials, whose insults of undocumented immigrants foretold the messaging of President Trump, and whose flirtations with extremism led him far from rural Iowa, to meetings with anti-Muslim crusaders in Europe and an endorsement of a Toronto mayoral candidate with neo-Nazi ties.
In interviews over the years, voters in Iowa’s most conservative region downplayed Mr. King’s incendiary comments. His loss after 18 years in office was mainly because opponents painted him as ineffective after party leaders in Congress stripped him of his committee assignments last year.
That move came after comments that Mr. King made in an interview with The New York Times in 2019, in which he asked, “White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?”
The remarks caused an uproar. Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican majority leader, told Mr. King “to find another line of work.”
Instead, Mr. King clung to his seat, claiming to be the victim of Republican insiders and of the news media.
Now Mr. Feenstra, a political and social conservative in a deep-red district, is the odds-on favorite to hold the seat against J.D. Scholten, who nearly defeated Mr. King two years ago and ran unopposed in the Democratic primary.
The “when did this become offensive?” was a well-known hoax by the New York Times, claiming that he said “white supremacy” wasn’t offensive when actually he said “Western civilization” shouldn’t be in the same category as “white supremacy.” This was figured out, and basically admitted, but they just kept bringing it up anyway.
But this fits with the agenda of the GOP, which is an astonishingly “anti-racist” organization. And of course, by “anti-racist,” we mean that they hate white people and have no desire to defend the interests of white people, despite the fact that white people are their majority constitutes by a long shot.
The GOP knows that whites don’t have anyone else to vote for, so they just shit on them every chance they get.
What we have seen with these black riots and the Republicans supporting them has been utterly beyond the pale.
Mike Pence came out immediately and condemned white people.
Our prayers are with the family of George Floyd and our prayers are also with the family of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia. We have no tolerance for racism in America. We have no tolerance for violence inspired by racism. And, as President Trump said, justice will be served.
— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) May 29, 2020
Marco Rubio has been posting lunatic rants condemning the white race to extinction (always while looking again like he’s in the middle of taking a dump).
All across America authorities & protest organizers are saying extremists are taking advantage of demonstrations to instigate violence
We should be focused on justice for Mr. Floyd & addressing the broader issue of racial equality
And we must stop these extremists immediately pic.twitter.com/ScySZJzSpT
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) June 2, 2020
Worst of all is bloodsucker Nimrata Randhawa, who said that whites must be made to feel “pain” for their racial crimes.
We spent the last couple of days celebrating our son’s graduation. Tonight I turned on the news and am heartbroken. It’s important to understand that the death of George Floyd was personal and painful for many. In order to heal, it needs to be personal and painful for everyone.
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) May 30, 2020
Racism, as we know, is a total hoax. I have been called “America’s number one racist leader,” and I have no desire to purposefully hurt black people. The idea that anyone wants to do this is simply made up. It is a dumb spook, invented for the consumption of stupid goyim.
That is all anyone expects the GOP to do: to stand up and say this is a hoax, that white people are not evil, that white people have done a lot of good in this world and we don’t have anything to apologize for.
And yet, despite the fact that the GOP is obsessed with “individualism,” they cannot help but stand with the Democrats and collectively condemn the white race as evil, and deserving of having pain inflicted on them.
We now know as an absolute matter of fact that George Floyd was high on fentanyl and had a heart attack. Probably, the police officer didn’t even contribute to his death, and if he did contribute, he was a small factor.
Is the white-hating scumbag Mike Pence going to apologize for endorsing this hoax and attacking the white race as evil?
Will Nikki Haley rescind her curse upon whites to “feel personal pain”?
I’m not going to hold my breath – because if I did, I would suffocate to death. Unlike George Floyd.