The chairman of Iowa's Republican Party is slamming Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) for his Twitter comment over the weekend supporting the views of a far-right Dutch politician.
We're probably only a month or two away from a Republican tweeting "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children." It's the Current Year and you're going to get tired of winning.
"First of all, I do not agree with Congressman King's statement. We are a nation of immigrants, and diversity is the strength of any nation and any community," said Jeff Kaufmann.
The "methodist" cuck rushes to the rescue, spouting kosher idiocy and treason. We need a lot more third world immigration, a lot more sullen 65 I.Q. genetic aliens. It's making us strong! That malformed tar-colored imbecile magically becomes a good little citizen by breaking the plane of an invisible border. Our holy dirt will make moe-ham-head interested in muh constitution and muh free market economy. It's 2017, bigot. It's hard to believe anyone can still parrot this semitic drivel with a straight face, but I guess the Soros money keeps coming in. Wanted: bloated, soft, debased and pathetic Whites to promote national suicide. Must be able to recite kosher mind poison encouraging White genocide without breaking character. Must value shekels more than the future of your own homeland.
Nations are shared culture, traditions, religion and genetics. If you bring in the third world, you become the third world. You can't miracle a negro, la-teen-oh or moose-limb sand monster into a White. We will restore our lands. They have to go back.
Careerist butterball spouts jewish hate.
“Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies,” King wrote.
This is something every sane person understood before the disastrous jewish century.
Kaufman in his statement also slammed Duke, saying he is not welcome in Iowa. "Regarding David Duke, his words and sentiments are absolute garbage. He is not welcome in our wonderful state,” Kaufman said.
Sounds pretty intolerant to me.
The mighty strength of "diversity."