Rep. King Doesn’t Think He Drives Wedges Between People: He Blames Latinos and Blacks Instead

Mar 14, 2017
3:35 PM

Steve King has been a pendejo for a very long time, and we really have tried to not give him more attention, but after his recent comments about Western civilization and the Fear of a Shrinking White Country, it’s hard not to.

But looks like King is still going, as CNN is reporting on Tuesday about a recent Jorge Ramos appearance on Fox News:

King, a Republican, was on the radio responding to a question about Univision anchor Jorge Ramos’ comment to Tucker Carlson on Fox News that whites would become a majority-minority demographic in America by 2044, a point Ramos used to make the argument that it is a multiracial country.

“Jorge Ramos’ stock in trade is identifying and trying to drive wedges between race,” King told Iowa radio host Jan Mickelson on 1040 WHO. “Race and ethnicity, I should say to be more correct. When you start accentuating the differences, then you start ending up with people that are at each other’s throats. And he’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.”

Here is the audio clip:

Granted, we know that Jorge Ramos does not represent all Latinos, but that’s not the point. When you have racists (yeah, racists) like King getting more air time, you have to stand up. And King really needs to STFU about the divide and conquer White Supremacy Wet Dream Fantasy he so wishes happens. We are down with Black and Brown and so many others are, too. So King can keep believing that it is others who are dividing. We know that it’s actually him and he has a history of it. But don’t worry, Rep. King, once Whites are no longer the majority, we will still invite you to our parties, which will be so better than yours.

And here is our response to King: