R. A. Schultz



I rarely read the New York Times because I consider it to be among the most blatantly obvious propaganda rags of the lunatic fringe Left in the United States.  Supposed “news” articles are invariably fraught with smarminess, snide innuendo, and outright lies.  So it came as no big surprise that when I began researching just exactly what Representative Steve King (R-IA) said during a New York Times interview conducted by Trip Gabriel to get himself in politically correct doo doo, I found the precise article, reeking of left-wing bias.  (The article even refers to known NAZI collaborator George Soros as a Jewish billionaire!)  It literally took me three attempts before I could finish reading this piece of bull$h*t it as I was repeatedly overcome by an overwhelming urge to go out and shoot something.


Representative King was stripped by Republican House leadership of all of his committee assignments apparently because he said this:


“White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?” Mr. King said. “Why did I sit in classes teaching me about the merits of our history and our civilization?”


It seems to me that the Congressman is asking here a legitimate, if rhetorical, question.  In and of itself, I would hardly consider this a valid reason for stripping him of his committee assignments, even in the midst of the current politically correct tsunami.  Muslim Congressb*tches Omar and Tlaib seem to have transgressed far more egregiously, and they still have their committee assignments.  Oh, that’s right!  I forgot that they’re entitled.  They’re DEMOCRATS!


Representative King may indeed be a white supremacist, but so what?  He has as much right to be whatever he wants to be and say whatever he wants to say as Representatives Omar and Tlaib.  Aren’t we told incessantly by the Left that “diversity is our strength?”  If their constituents don’t like what they’re saying and doing on their vacations in the Swamp, they’re free to un-elect them in the next round.  If we don’t like what they’re saying or doing, we don’t have to listen to them.  If their stands on certain issues conflict with the best interests of the United States, it’s up to the party leadership in the House to exercise some judgment in their committee assignments, but not  to strip them completely of same.



In any event, you can see for yourself that the NYT piece is all that I’ve said it is and more at:  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/10/us/politics/ste...


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Allowing these kind of double standards is killing us as a nation - some how we just have to get people with a backbone and a brain elected.
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