Rep Steve King (R-IA) is fearless, direct, and not one to overly modify the content or the nature of his remarks in the interest of political correctness. His is not so much a politician as he is a true representative of the people of his state and his nation.
In a recent interview on Iowaâ€™s WHO radio, Congressman King provided his honest perspective on those he says were attempting to â€œmonetizeâ€ the Ferguson situation by raising their profiles.
King said, “They’re race hustlers. Tawana Brawley, the one who falselyÂ accusedÂ rape that Al Sharpton made the beginnings of his career off of, he’s never apologized for that.”
“All the violence that was perpetrated in the name of a rape that never existed, so when people pit people against each other on the basis of race, Jan, that is a sin to do that. It costs lives in this country and it causes social unrest and it keeps this country from healing together.”
He addressed the Congressional Black Caucus as well as being self-segregated and opportunistic players of the race card. King said, “They’re always looking to divide people down that line. And I have friends in that caucus. I get along with them personally, but their agenda is to play the race card.”
King didnâ€™t mention the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, a similar organization based upon skin color and ethnicity, which is heavily involved in the promotion of and facilitation of the Hispanic invasion from and through Mexico.
These groups represent a race first, their party second, and the United States and their state somewhere further down the list.
King commented that Obama and Holder foment racism and that they seized upon the opportunity that Ferguson presented. They immediately dispatched their agent Al Sharpton, Malik Shabazz, the Black Panthers and other rabble-rousers to the scene to act on their behalf.
King said the pair â€œhad a perfect opportunity to eliminate a lot of this friction in this country,” but that they “created friction rather than eliminated it.”
Without unrest, none of these race-baiters have a forum or a constituency. They must have chaos to survive, so it is reflexive for them to move gravitate towards disorder and dissent, to elevate it, and to cash in on it.
Rick Wells is a conservative author who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. Please â€œLikeâ€ him on Facebook, â€œFollowâ€ him on Twitter or visitÂ www.rickwells.us