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Showing posts with label Steve King (R-IA). Show all posts
Showing posts with label Steve King (R-IA). Show all posts

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Your GOP And A Developing Social Nightmare (VIDEO)




...absolutely reprehensible cryptofascist drivel and dehumanizing xenophobia... The Washington Press


Watch and listen as the GOP's number of elected (Congressional) racists spews Nazi venom on Fox Business.




If you are a High Information Voter (HIV) you know King's core beliefs regarding what he calls 'western civilization' (culture).  If you happened to be more of a LIV (Low Information voter) you probably missed this remark during the GOP RNC Conference.


MSNBC's Chris Hayes shockingly and ineptly allowed King to spew his brand of white supremacy and without malice, stopped other show guests from taking the racist to task nor allowing any form of guest or personal retort. Hayes later admitted a high degree of shock regarding King's comment and further stated he was professionally remiss via forbidding any response to the over-the-top racism.





While MSNBC producers and managers must have known of King's affinity for white supremacy and his associated tendency to speak as such, he was booked on the segment without regard for his history ad dogma.  

And how did Fox News management react to Kings Anti-Semite fooder for its viewers?  Two very short clips; one for reference and the other a 17-second response within an hour of King's Fox Business audience feeding.







Conservatives who go public with their core paradigm biases seem to appeal to the lowest denominator of human culture while offering titillation to the nation's racist underbelly. 

We offer another well-known xenophobe who consistently feeds LIVs with insane and seemingly contrived (for pay) fodder to their viewers and listeners.  

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Says Ann Coulter said, "I am a settler. I am descended from settlers — not from immigrants."
Bloggers on Monday, December 3rd, 2018 in a Facebook post
True




See Politifacts, here.


Imagine that! Is it actually possible Ann Coulter believes such tadpole pool shallow rhetoric? I suggest not.


Coulter is practicing that time proven and critical aspect of business and outreach to customers. "Give the customer what she/he wants." Conservative America isn't a population base which truly believes in the GOP and conservative demagogues based on the long-standing lie about fiscal conservatism. No, I posit the vast majority of American conservatives are socially biased and by living in that mindset offers a storing foundation for growing white supremacy and overt racism which is oozing across the US.

Example, Fox News isn't a historic leader among evening news related broadcast because of Hannity, the former host O'Reilly, Carlson and their cadres of social degenerate guests pepper their viewers with the discussion of economic news or fiscal conservatism. They entertain their viewers with dogma regarding the Left mixed with an abundance of overt and covert bias (maybe even subliminally) lathered-up with an animus against nonwhites. 

If you actually believe your relatives, friends, and neighbors religiously vote for the GOP based on their love of country, concern with the federal budget or vote based in faith in their assumed religion, you should possibly think a bit more.  I offer they are socially biased in their everyday lives while serving as a safe and dedicated political base for much more sinister undercurrents in the US.

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Monday, November 19, 2018

A Whitening Of A Nation





If diseases are not stopped; they spread

The ugly difference between the GOP and growing diversity in the United States.

What follows isn't pretty but as time passes through the era of Trump we must realize we cannot avoid criticism of "the ugly."  Let's start with a cover of the New Yorker Magazine November 19, 2018

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The artwork cover via Barry Blitt's  captioned: "Welcome to Congress from a piece written by


Here is a much more clear example of the image above. The piece is from Patheos dot com and linked here.

Bottom line: Leavenworth County Commissioner Louis Kemp, a white Republican, told an African American woman that he was “part of the master race.”

(Image via Twitter)

If 
you didn't read the Patheos piece linked above, re-consider. The HIll also published a piece on the ill-advised yet revealing comments. To be fair the offensive Commissioner was relating two people (one white and one black) to "master race" association based on the reality they both have gaps in their teeth. The real issue is the deep-rooted mental slippage from people who are of the political Right. The Hill's piece regarding Kemp is linked here.  A joke is not a joke when it should never cross the boundaries of one's lips. If kept in the brain and never uttered the innate racist could very well exist in a non-discovered state.

This joke thing; let's take another look and listen. 

How about Mississippi State Senators "joke" about a public hanging.  It is important to remember the State of Mississippi is the undisputed co-leader among states of public lynchings of black people between 1877 and 1950. If per capita killings by hanging et fits your discernment Florida remains the per-capita leader
The Daily Kos has published Hyde-Smith may have taken campaign money from a white supremacist group.
Are we taking this criticism a bit too far? I think not. watch and hear another great GOP [tcoam as he openly declared white civilization is the base core of humankind. In Mid-July 2016 during the Republican National Committee Conference debate. MSNBC made the mistake of allowing Iowa's Steve King on its air with the woefully inexperienced show host Chris Hayes.

Two minutes in the history of the US and the GOP which stands as a moniker right-leaning social and political ideology. King's party has yet to condemn and disavow his remarks and his constituency continue to elect King with all white supremacy in full bloom.



When I look at the opening New Yorker image (above), the reality of the image is also grounded in media which supports and feeds the perception of what was once portrayed in the quip: "White is right" or "White is Right" In either case the Party on the Right is a playing field for growing US racism, bigotry, and intolerance. Without supportive media, the party on the Right would be far less successful in promulgating increasing US racism, and the overt cases of hate-based violence.

A recent piece from Media Matters illustrates how one specific Fox News host seems to have devolved into a cesspool of racism and white supremacy. Tucker Carlson via Patheos.

Our purpose in developing the pieces wasn't to leverage past US history as a means to an end via ugly data depictions. Our purpose, if you actually need clarification, is more in the realm of delineating growing acceptance of US racism and bigotry via a political party and millions who support that party.
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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Iowa's Congressman King Predicts A Race War










As Fox News's nascent racist host and talking head Tucker Carlson joins Sean Hannity in mainstream all conservative politician disgust, it should be noted Iowa's Steve King is clearly showing a core faction of American conservatism.


Talking Points Memeo (The Wire) is reporting on King literally digging himself in ever so deeper cauldron of racism. Hispanics and blacks fighting it out, while whites watch?  Really?


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King: Hispanic, Black People Will Turn On Each Other Before Outnumbering Whites


Lauren Victoria Burke

Rep. Steve King (R-IA), of newfound "somebody else's babies" infamy, said on Monday that black and Hispanic populations "will be fighting each other" before outnumbering the population of white people in the United States.
"They're dividing people, they're pitting people against each other," King said on WHO radio's "The Jan Mickelson Show" in Des Moines.

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King referred to Univision anchor Jorge Ramos' remark on Fox News that "the white population will become a minority." Ramos used the point to argue that the United States is a multiracial country.
"Jorge Ramos' stock in trade is identifying and trying to drive wedges between race," King said. "Race and ethnicity, I should say, to be more correct."
He said that "accentuating the differences" will result in "people that are at each other's throats."
"And he's adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America," King said. "I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens."
King tweeted on Sunday that "civilization" cannot be restored "with somebody else's babies." On Monday morning he doubled down on his comments, saying that he "meant exactly what I said" in the post.
Asked by WHO's Jan Mickelson if there was anything about his tweets that he would change, King said: "Not at all."
"If I were going to change anything, first of all, there’s only 140 characters. So I really don’t know why people hyperventilate over a tweet," King told the "Breitbart News Daily" radio show on Tuesday.
He suggested that people who reacted to his tweet with outrage were “willfully ignorant.”
“If I had room to add on I would say, you can’t rebuild your civilization with somebody else’s babies unless you adopt them and bring them into your homes and raise them as your own," King said.
He said he is a "strong supporter" of Geert Wilders, an anti-Muslim Dutch politician with whom King has previously associated himself and who he also cited in the original post.
"They are supplanting Western civilization with Middle Eastern civilization," King said. "And I say, and Geert Wilders says, Western civilization is a superior civilization. It is the first world."

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