Steve King loses Iowa Republican Primary

Steve King, the Republican congressman who openly embraced white supremacy, will not be the party's candidate in November's general election. Sen. Randy Feenstra defeated him in Tuesday's five-way primary race.

Republicans in northwest Iowa ousted Rep. Steve King in Tuesday's primary, deciding they've had enough of the conservative lightning rod known for making incendiary comments about immigrants and white supremacy throughout his nearly two decades in Congress.

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Republican Steve King, rebuked over racist remarks, compares himself to Jesus

Republican Congressman Steve King was removed from committees and publicly rebuked by his own party after his history of racist remarks flowered into open white supremacy. The experience gave him insight into Jesus's crucifixion.

"For all that I've been through — and it seems even strange for me to say it — but I am at a certain peace, and it is because of a lot of prayers for me.

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US congressman Steve King thinks white people are the most awesome "subgroup"

Iowa congressman Steve King Steve King of Iowa loves his "sub-group" of people. Here's what he said on a televised panel on MSNBC:

"This whole 'old white people' business does get a little tired, Charlie. I'd ask you to go back through history and figure out where are these contributions that have been made by these other categories of people that you are talking about?

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Republican ex-congressman says he suspected Louie Gohmert and Paul Gosar of having "serious cognitive issues"

In his new book, The Breach: The Untold Story of the Investigation into January 6th, former US representative from Virginia Denver Riggleman described his impressions of colleagues Louie Gohmert and Paul Gosar. He said they embraced such extreme, conspiratorial stances that he thought they might "have had serious cognitive disorders." — Read the rest

Here are the 17 Republicans who refused to condemn QAnon in a House vote

The House voted on a bill Friday "Condemning QAnon and rejecting the conspiracy theories it promotes." It passed overwhelmingly, 371 to 18. The 18 members voting not to condemn QAnon included the usual cast of unctuous characters, including Paul Gossar and Steve King:

  • Arrington-TX
  • Babin-TX
  • Bishop-UT
  • Brooks-AL
  • Burgess-TX
  • Carter-GA
  • Davidson-OH
  • Duncan-SC
  • Ferguson-GA
  • Flores-TX
  • Gosar-AZ
  • Kelly-PA
  • King-IA
  • Norman-SC
  • Perry-PA
  • Tiffany-WI
  • Webster-FL

Two GOP reps meet racist troll Chuck Johnson 'to discuss genetic testing and DNA'

Two GOP congressmen met with noted white supremacist Chuck Johnson about "genetic testing and DNA," then deny knowing he's a white supremacist.

Holocaust denier and white supremacy troll Chuck Johnson, famous for lawsuit-worthy rumors he shit on the floor in public, met with Republican congressmen Andy Harris and Phil Roe on Wednesday in Capitol hill to discuss "DNA" and "genetics." — Read the rest

Failed white supremacist "law-and-order" Toronto mayoral candidate is now breaking the law by selling Canadian coat-of-arms merch

Faith Goldy is the white supremacist who failed in her bid for mayor of Toronto (despite an endorsement from US white supremacist Congressman Steve King); during her campaign, she unsuccessfully sued Canadian media monopolist Bell Media for refusing to run her ads, saddling her with an order to pay $43,117.90 in Bell's legal fees.

Americans, not Russians, are mostly behind #ReleaseTheMemo, Twitter early analysis shows

"Despite claims the Kremlin is driving a campaign to disclose an anti-FBI memo, a source says an early in-house analysis concludes the hashtag has been mostly pushed by Americans," reports Daily Beast.

"If these reports are accurate, we are witnessing an ongoing attack by the Russian government through Kremlin-linked social media actors directly acting to intervene and influence our democratic process," Sen. — Read the rest