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It probably says that they understand that the definition of the word "Nazi" goes beyond something used as an insult.

 

It also probably says that they understand that they do not need the approval of hate filled lefties when they enter the balloting booth.


Yeah Probably?

 

2 Probably's does not equate to anything related to - Definitive

 

Here is King in his own words - not mine or yours..................

 

 GOP Rep. Steve King (Iowa) on Saturday defended his association with a Nazi-linked group in Austria, telling The Washington Post that the group is “far right"

 

He made the comments about Austria’s Freedom Party, a group founded by a former Nazi SS officer and whose current leader was active in neo-Nazi circles, according to the paper.

 

“If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans,” King, who is known for his inflammatory statements about immigration, told the Post.

 

King made comments lamenting the “decline” of Western civilization due to immigration in an August interview with Austria’s Freedom Party, according to the Post, asking: “What does this diversity bring that we don’t already have?”

 


Source - https://thehill.com/homenews/house/413601-steve-king-members-of-nazi-linked-party-in-austria-would-b...

 
 
 Here is what he said about immigration in support of the Austrian. “If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans". Is that racist? Are you familiar with the platform he was referring to?

 


 


Are you familiar with the platform he was talking about and you are labeling?


Good thing you never use a label..like neo marxist. Naziism an white supremacy is a REAL threat...as opposed to..well..neomarxism

 


do you have any thoughts on the platform he was commenting about?

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@rk9152 wrote:

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It probably says that they understand that the definition of the word "Nazi" goes beyond something used as an insult.

 

It also probably says that they understand that they do not need the approval of hate filled lefties when they enter the balloting booth.


Yeah Probably?

 

2 Probably's does not equate to anything related to - Definitive

 

Here is King in his own words - not mine or yours..................

 

 GOP Rep. Steve King (Iowa) on Saturday defended his association with a Nazi-linked group in Austria, telling The Washington Post that the group is “far right"

 

He made the comments about Austria’s Freedom Party, a group founded by a former Nazi SS officer and whose current leader was active in neo-Nazi circles, according to the paper.

 

“If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans,” King, who is known for his inflammatory statements about immigration, told the Post.

 

King made comments lamenting the “decline” of Western civilization due to immigration in an August interview with Austria’s Freedom Party, according to the Post, asking: “What does this diversity bring that we don’t already have?”

 


Source - https://thehill.com/homenews/house/413601-steve-king-members-of-nazi-linked-party-in-austria-would-b...

 
 
 Here is what he said about immigration in support of the Austrian. “If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans". Is that racist? Are you familiar with the platform he was referring to?

 


 


Are you familiar with the platform he was talking about and you are labeling?


Good thing you never use a label..like neo marxist. Naziism an white supremacy is a REAL threat...as opposed to..well..neomarxism

 

So it begins.
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@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

It probably says that they understand that the definition of the word "Nazi" goes beyond something used as an insult.

 

It also probably says that they understand that they do not need the approval of hate filled lefties when they enter the balloting booth.


Yeah Probably?

 

2 Probably's does not equate to anything related to - Definitive

 

Here is King in his own words - not mine or yours..................

 

 GOP Rep. Steve King (Iowa) on Saturday defended his association with a Nazi-linked group in Austria, telling The Washington Post that the group is “far right"

 

He made the comments about Austria’s Freedom Party, a group founded by a former Nazi SS officer and whose current leader was active in neo-Nazi circles, according to the paper.

 

“If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans,” King, who is known for his inflammatory statements about immigration, told the Post.

 

King made comments lamenting the “decline” of Western civilization due to immigration in an August interview with Austria’s Freedom Party, according to the Post, asking: “What does this diversity bring that we don’t already have?”

 


Source - https://thehill.com/homenews/house/413601-steve-king-members-of-nazi-linked-party-in-austria-would-b...

 
 
 Here is what he said about immigration in support of the Austrian. “If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans". Is that racist? Are you familiar with the platform he was referring to?

 


 


Are you familiar with the platform he was talking about and you are labeling?

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What does his re-election tell you abouit the Trump Base?

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@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

It probably says that they understand that the definition of the word "Nazi" goes beyond something used as an insult.

 

It also probably says that they understand that they do not need the approval of hate filled lefties when they enter the balloting booth.


Yeah Probably?

 

2 Probably's does not equate to anything related to - Definitive

 

Here is King in his own words - not mine or yours..................

 

 GOP Rep. Steve King (Iowa) on Saturday defended his association with a Nazi-linked group in Austria, telling The Washington Post that the group is “far right"

 

He made the comments about Austria’s Freedom Party, a group founded by a former Nazi SS officer and whose current leader was active in neo-Nazi circles, according to the paper.

 

“If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans,” King, who is known for his inflammatory statements about immigration, told the Post.

 

King made comments lamenting the “decline” of Western civilization due to immigration in an August interview with Austria’s Freedom Party, according to the Post, asking: “What does this diversity bring that we don’t already have?”

 


Source - https://thehill.com/homenews/house/413601-steve-king-members-of-nazi-linked-party-in-austria-would-b...

 
 
 Here is what he said about immigration in support of the Austrian. “If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans". Is that racist? Are you familiar with the platform he was referring to?

 


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

It probably says that they understand that the definition of the word "Nazi" goes beyond something used as an insult.

 

It also probably says that they understand that they do not need the approval of hate filled lefties when they enter the balloting booth.


Yeah Probably?

 

2 Probably's does not equate to anything related to - Definitive

 

Here is King in his own words - not mine or yours..................

 

 GOP Rep. Steve King (Iowa) on Saturday defended his association with a Nazi-linked group in Austria, telling The Washington Post that the group is “far right"

 

He made the comments about Austria’s Freedom Party, a group founded by a former Nazi SS officer and whose current leader was active in neo-Nazi circles, according to the paper.

 

“If they were in America pushing the platform that they push, they would be Republicans,” King, who is known for his inflammatory statements about immigration, told the Post.

 

King made comments lamenting the “decline” of Western civilization due to immigration in an August interview with Austria’s Freedom Party, according to the Post, asking: “What does this diversity bring that we don’t already have?”

 


Source - https://thehill.com/homenews/house/413601-steve-king-members-of-nazi-linked-party-in-austria-would-b...

 
 
 

 

 

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gruffstuff:  What does that say about Iowa ?

 

 

It says they're comfortable with a David Duke approved scumbag representing them. They deserve what they voted for.

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It probably says that they understand that the definition of the word "Nazi" goes beyond something used as an insult.

 

It also probably says that they understand that they do not need the approval of hate filled lefties when they enter the balloting booth.

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What does that say about Iowa ?

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GOP Rep. Steve King is projected to win reelection in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, holding onto his seat despite intense criticism from Democrats as well as some Republicans.

King, who has served in Congress since 2003, represents a northwestern Iowa district that went for President Trump by double digits in 2016. But the race became more competitive in the final days of the campaign.

Following the mass shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh in late October, King faced increased scrutiny for his association with white nationalist politicians and groups and past remarks that were viewed as racially insensitive. National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Rep. Steve Stivers (Ohio) tweeted that King’s comments and actions were “completely inappropriate,” and several businesses said they would stop making donations to his campaign.

 

Source - https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/415148-gop-rep-steve-king-wins-reelection-after-receiving-moun...

 

 

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