Ted Lieu just landed a perfect troll tweet on racist Steve King for his defense of white supremacy

Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has been pushing Trump’s racist agenda for over a decade on the GOP’s back bench but decided to take off his white hood today and left no doubt that he’s an avowed racist.

A frontrunner for the most racist Republican in Congress, King bitterly complained to the New York Times that white supremacy gets a bad rap these days and immediately provoked a firestorm of controversy.

California Democrat Rep. Ted Lieu took to Twitter and gleefully explained to the white supremacist that comments like this are why all the headlines about him are so negative, referencing King’s epic self-own last month when he complained to the CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, the only “bad” search results came up whenever he googled himself.

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Rep. Lieu also trolled King by pointing out that at least one other Republican Congressman has (finally) condemned the Iowan’s racist filth.

Rep. King showed exposed his massive ignorance during the Google incident by complaining to its CEO about the iPhone, which the executive deftly pointed out is made by their competitors at Apple.

If that wasn’t enough, the racist Rep. King capped off his stupid remarks about Google by making a partisan demand for the names of Google employees to instigate a McCarthyesque Congressional investigation into those private citizens’ political views.

Even northwestern Iowa’s Republicans have finally figured out that Steve King is a blight on their party, with at least two serious primary challengers throwing their hats into the ring for 2020.

“I know who I am. I know I won’t embarrass the state.” – Rep. King’s primary opponent Bret Richard

He’s never even been the sole author of a bill that became law, even though his party controlled Congress for the last eight years and he’s been in office for fifteen.

Republicans like Steve King have spent too long embracing racism and white supremacy without suffering major consequences until this year’s blue wave flipped the House.

Hopefully, comments like King gave to the New York Times today convinces Iowa Republicans finally dump the un-hooded Klansmen King, whom they’ve sent to Congress for more than the last decade.

Here’s the video of Rep. Steve King making an ass of himself with Google’s CEO:

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Grant Stern

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Grant Stern is a columnist for the Washington Press. He's also mortgage broker, writer, community activist and radio personality in Miami, Florida.


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