Skip to comments.Congressional Black Caucus calls for Steve King to be removed from committees
Posted on 01/12/2019 3:28:26 PM PST by yesthatjallen
The Congressional Black Caucus called for Rep. Steve King (R-Ia.) to be removed from his committee assignments Saturday after remarks he made about white supremacy earlier this week.
CBC chair Rep. Karen Bass (D-Ca.) linked King's comments to President Trump and asked for him to be deposed.
Like Donald Trump, she said, Steve King has sought again and again to give comfort to white supremacists, something that should never be allowed in the halls of Congress or the Oval Office.
Bass characterized King's remarks as "racist" and the Iowa Republican needed more than just condemnation.
If Republicans really believe these racist statements have no place in our government, then their party must offer more than shallow temporary statements of condemnation. Instead they must actually condemn Mr. King by removing him from his committee assignments so that he can no longer affect policies that impact the very people he has made it clear he disdains.
"Anything less than substantive actions is another tacit acceptance of racism from the Republican party, Bass added.
Watch for the 'outrage' to grow.
We want congresswomen mother fu##er removed now!
“Like Donald Trump, she said, Steve King has sought again and again to give comfort to white supremacists,”
That sounds an awful lot like libel or slander to me.
I would hope President Trump hasn’t lost his touch in seeing libel cases make it to a judge.
I keep seeing these assertions, but little in the way of specifics.
Will the Congressional White Caucus come to his defense?
Well, hopefully the weak sisters among us will stand firm with support for Congressmab Steve King and not join our enemies.
The Congressional Black Caucus is made up of the dumbest members of Congress, for the most part. How about they do their jobs for the country instead of wasting our tax dollars worrying about “Racist of the Week”?
Not going to happen.
The CBC a race organization can shove it. They are all about race and dont like anyone on their turf.
So sick and tired of their racist garbage.
I knew something was up when I saw a furniture van delivering off a bunch of Fainting Couches over at National Review headquarters
The CBC complaining about racism. Fish don’t notice the water.
Normal human beings call for the removal of the Congressional Black Caucus as a racist organization
If only Republicans had the balls to use these occasions to inform people about the racist roots of the demonicRAT party from The KKK to Bill Clinton’s beloved mentor Orville Faubus, his friend William Fulbrith and fellow demonicRAT Robert KKK Byrd.
Scurrilous Commentary by Fred Reed
"It is curious that blacks, the least educated thirteen percent of the population, the least productive,
most criminal, and most dependent on governmental charity, should dominate national politics."
"Yet they do."
"Virtually everything revolves around what blacks want, demand, do, or can't do. Their power seems without limit."
"Courses of instruction in the schools, academic rigor, codes of dress, rules regarding unceasing obscenity, all must be set
to suit them, as must be examinations for promotion in fire departments, the military, and police forces.
Blacks must be admitted to universities for which they are not remotely qualified,
where departments of Black Studies must be established to please them.
Corporate work forces, federal departments, and elite high-schools must be judged not on whether they perform their functions
but on whether they have the right number of blacks."
"Do laws requiring identification to vote threaten to end multiple voting?
The laws must go.
Do blacks not like Confederate flags?
Does Huckleberry Finn go down the Mississippi with the Nigger Jim, or Conrad write The Nigger of the Narcissus?
These must be banned or expurgated to please blacks who havent read them or, usually, heard of them.
Do we want to prevent people coming from regions infested with Ebola from entering the United States?
It would offend blacks."
"We must never, ever say or do anything that might upset them, as virtually everything does.
It is positively astonishing.
One expects the rich and smart to have disproportionate power. But America is dominated from the slums."
One might think that a single set of laws should apply to all citizens, and that things should be done without regard to race, creed, color, sex, or national origin, and that all should have the same rights and responsibilities. It is not so.
The dominance of the media by blacks is impressive. If a white shoots a black to defend himself, it becomes national news for weeks, or months, and riots follow, but when blacks engage in their unending racial attacks on whites, the media demurely look the other way. The attackers are never black. They are teens. Reporters who say otherwise are likely to be fired. In effect, the thirteen percent censor the national press.
Much of their mastery has become so deeply engrained as no longer to be noticed. There is the DC Bob. In the bars and restaurants of Washington, a man weary of an incompetent affirmative-action hire in his office will, before commenting to a friend, lean forward, lower his voice, and look furtively over both shoulders to see whether anyone might overhear: The DC Bob. People dont even know that they are doing this.
Defensive behavior by whites has become nearly universal. A sort of Masonic recognition-ritual occurs among white people recently introduced in social gatherings. Is the other person, for want of better terms, a liberal or a realist? Dare one speak? One of them will say something mildly skeptical about, say, Jesse Jackson. The other rolls his eyes in shared disgust. The secret handshake. Or, if the listener is politically correct, the bait is not taken. In either case, blacks dominate political conversation.
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GOOD one! BOOM
More garbage from the Melanin-Rich Club.
When the congressional WHITE caucus defends or condemns him then we can talk.
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