U.S. Congressman Steve King, a nine-term Republican of Iowa, has just lost his primary to a GOP challenger. It’s a huge fall from grace: In 2014...
The brief falsely suggests LGBTQ people do not exist, but rather are choosing "actions, behaviors, or inclinations."
"The lady who threw her lesbian sister under the bus for a handful of votes is very concerned about moral leadership."
No one on the Left is calling to support Sharia law, or calling to stone LGBTQ people.
The timing of the posting couldn't be much worse.
Brooks Claims Resolution 'Condemned Discrimination Against Lesbians, Homosexuals, Transsexuals, and the Like'
"The President – correct me if I'm wrong – has not condemned Steve King."
Falsely and Repeatedly Calls Democrats 'Anti-Israel' and 'Anti-Jewish'
White Nationalist Congressman King Votes 'Present'
“I have to say this...about the Republican Party: there’s no moral ground.”
"He has become too comfortable with proudly insulting, disrespecting, and denigrating people of color," Rep. Rush says.
King ironically calls for an all concrete barrier dedicated as a "monument to the rule of law."
"I am simply a Nationalist," King falsely claims.
Is Congressman King a white supremacist? It appears many think so.
"I immediately developed a girl crush, & I'm now searching for a t-shirt w/her face & those words on it."