Rep. Steve King (R-IA) is one of the most patriotic U.S. Reps throughout the country. A hard-line conservative, he even brags about pushing President Donald Trump further to the right.
I do my best to pull President Trump to the right:-) https://t.co/sZ4DO9PKqc
— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) October 10, 2018
King is neverr afraid to shy away from race and cultural issues that other legislators are too sheepish to broach. He recently called out Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro in a Tweet. He claims they took “Spanish lessons to qualify as retroactive Hispanics.”
Also two Texas politicians, Joaquin & Julian, the Castro twins, took Spanish lessons to qualify as retroactive Hispanics. https://t.co/W3qjfpxwHh
— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) October 11, 2018
Similar to Sen. Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren (D-MA) and current Texas U.S. Senate candidate Robert Francis O’Rourke who changed his name to ‘Beto’ to feign hispanic ties, this shows a clear pattern of Democrats faking minority status in order to advance their political careers. Although leftists always whine and cry about white privilege, it would seem that being a minority carries the real privilege in globalist-occupied America.
The Castro’s are ignoring King’s comments, and continue to stump on the campaign trail for Democrats. Julian appeared in Iowa recently to talk to voters and rally them against conservative Republicans while testing the waters for his presidential ambitions.
“What can you say about the last 18 months except than it’s been absolutely crazy, and it does not reflect the values of our country,” Castro said on Saturday. “We have the opportunity to make history and set the country in the right direction. And all of that starts with y’all, and making sure people actually get out there and vote.”
Julian credits federal welfare in helping him achieve the “American dream.”
“We felt like we lived our American dream. All of us have our American dream,” Castro said. “We were able to do that and get the education we had because there were things like Pell grants and Perkins loans, and there was federal work studies. … This country has been at its greatest when it’s willing to invest in people, no matter what their background is or how much money their folks have or don’t have.”
If Julian Castro is the best the Democrats can do for 2020, it will likely mean that the Trump train continues to roll indefinitely.