Two Trump Loving Congressmen Took to the House Floor to Accuse the 'Deep State' of Murdering a Former DHS Official
Republican Representative Steve King of Iowa is no stranger to controversy or to being asked to resign. Earlier this year King was stripped of his committee assignments by his own party leadership citing his racist, xenophobic and White supremacist statements.
Now King is under fire for comments made about the merits of incest and rape. King told the Westside Conservative Club Wednesday that humanity might not exist if not for rape and incest.
GOP Congressman Just Got Hilariously Trolled Into Tweeting a July 4th Message to the Colonel From 'A Few Good Men'
Ken Klippenstein—of the news and commentary web series The Young Turks—decided to have a bit of fun on Twitter Thursday, July 4. First, Klippenstein replied to embattled Iowa Republican House member Steve King's Independence Day message, asking him to pay tribute to his "uncle."
Klippenstein actually targeted numerous people, both conservative and liberal, with his prank.
Rep. Steve King Just Compared the Backlash Against His Racist Comments to the Persecution of Jesus, and People Aren't Having It
This past January, Congressman Steve King spoke to the New York Times about his long history of anti-immigration stances. In the article, he infamously questioned why terms like white supremacy became offensive.
King was promptly stripped of his committee assignments and received immense backlash from both sides of the aisle.
White Nationalist Republican Congressman Is Getting Dragged for Posting a Questionable Meme Suggesting Red States Will Overtake Blue States in a Civil War
Congressman Steve King (R-IA) was stripped of his committee assignments and admonished by leading members of his party earlier this year for defending white supremacy.
While one might assume the embattled Representative would be more measured in his public comments going forward, but King doesn't seem concerned with meeting those expectations.
Congressman Steve King Really Hopes Your Prayers Will Get Him Reinstated to His Committee Posts After His Racist Comments Went Viral
Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) hopes that the prayers of his constituents will bring back the House committee assignments he lost after making racist comments.
Rep. Steve King Just Tweeted a Questionable Quote Likening Trump's Border Wall to a Famous Religious Barrier After It Caused a Stir at a Local Grocery Store
Representative Steve King (R-IA), who has been criticized for holding racist and white nationalist views, has courted controversy again after he tweeted a questionable quote linking the religious concepts of heaven and hell to examples of President Donald Trump's immigration policy at work.
"Heaven has a wall, a gate and a strict immigration policy," King tweeted. "Hell has open borders."