Representative Steve King, a Republican who really hates immigrants, told CNN Tuesday he didn’t realize he retweeted a message from a self-described Nazi sympathizer who has expressed admiration for Adolf Hitler.
A spokesman for King clarified his remarks, telling reporters that it’s hard for King to tell the difference between Nazi quotes and his own views because because his views are so similar.
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court upheld Donald J. Трамп’s travel ban, because the wording of the ban indicated that it wasn’t a ‘Muslim Ban.’ This is despite Трамп saying publicly over multiple occasions and in multiple interviews that the ban was a Muslim ban.
White House Propaganda Minister Sarah Huckabee Sanders clarified for reporters that the travel ban is a Muslim Ban, unless it’s being discussed in a courtroom, in which case it’s definitely just a travel ban.
Still offended by the uncivil act of asking Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave their restaurant, the Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia was besieged by conservative protesters.
“I’m appalled at the way they treated the press secretary, and I think if people don’t make a stand, that kind of stuff will continue around the state and around the country,” said Ian McDonald, 34, of Accomack County. “So we’ve got to send a message that it’s not acceptable.”
When asked if it was okay to lock children up in prisons, McDonald said, “Of course it is a DOY DOY DOY DOY!” then flipped people off and called them snowflakes in the name of civility.
Steve King says retweet of Nazi sympathizer’s message was unintentional, won’t delete tweet
Supreme Court upholds Trump travel ban, president claims vindication from ‘hysterical’ critics
Lexington overwhelmed by protests after Sanders’ visit to the Red Hen
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