Rep. Steve King (R-IA) Attacks GOP House Fund for Supporting a Gay Candidate

White supremacist Rep. Steve King attacked the National Republican Congressional Committee on Monday night for supporting a gay candidate. A clip of King’s remarks was posted to Twitter by a Democratic tracker.

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Said King: “They sent money over to support a candidate in a primary in California who had a same-sex partner that they put all over glossy mailers. I don’t know if they were holding hands or what was the deal. Man, that’s hard to write a check to those guys when they do that, so I’m hoping we get conservative leadership in the House.”

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Huffpost reports: “King didn’t identify which candidate he was referring to, but Republicans supported former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio, who is gay, for a House seat in 2014. Last week, Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio), the NRCC chair, condemned King over his increasingly racist rhetoric and behavior, saying in a tweet that “we must stand up to white supremacy and hate in all forms.”  The eight-term Iowa congressman’s overt embrace of white supremacists in the U.S. and abroad has sparked a backlash among donors and the business community, with companies including Intel and Land ’o Lakes dropping their financial support for his re-election.”

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