https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/gop-steve-king-committee-assignments_us_5c3d2cd2e4b0e0baf54058bcwell at least he's getting some blowback here
Hasn’t that been the MO for years now? You’re not racist until you say something explicitly racist.So the line for Republicans is that you can *be* a white nationalist/white supremacist, but you can't *say* that you're a white nationalist/supremacist. Good to know that as long as you're quiet about it you can stay in their good graces.
King, who was stripped of his committee assignments earlier this year after questioning why "white supremacist" and other racist language is deemed offensive, told the crowd in Charter Oak, Iowa, that an unnamed FEMA official told him that Katrina victims only looked for government help, as opposed to Iowans who “take care of each other."
Let's just see how that works for them with this flooding. Maybe we'll learn a thing or two about doing it on our own.Iowa's nazi at it again...
Iowa Rep. Steve King rips Katrina victims: 'Everybody's looking around saying, who’s gonna help me?'Controversial Iowa Congressman Steve King, who has faced repeated backlash over his extreme views on race and immigration, cited Hurricane Katrina victims in New Orleans as an example of badwww.theadvocate.com
Of course he sees himself like Jesus, because hating brown people is just like Jesus.King sees his experience as similar to the persecution of Jesus: