Rep. Steve King (R-IA) is still fighting after the fake news merchants at the New York Times maligned him with what he says were manufactured quotes indicating that he supported white supremacy in January.
He credits his steadfast faith in Jesus Christ for helping him get through the tough times as his own party threw him under the bus and sided with the Times, denouncing him in a resolution and freezing him out of committee seats.
“Ya know, in our staff, we have made sure we have solid faithful people at every level, in Washington and here in the district,” King said while appearing at a town hall in Cherokee, IA.
At a time when Democrats refuse to even utter Christ’s name, King proudly venerates the truth of Christ which is part of why he has become one of the most feared and attacked lawmakers in Washington D.C.
“For all that I’ve been through, it seems even strange for me to say it, but I’m at a certain peace, and it’s because of a lot of prayers for me,” King said.
When King was being thrown under the bus by a bipartisan group of cowards, he remembered the strength of Christ as an example to follow during those tough times.
“When I had to step down to the floor of the House of Representatives and look up at those 400-and-some accusers, ya know, we just passed through Easter and Christ’s passion, and I have a better insight into what he went through for us, partly because of that experience,” King said.
While King may be a pariah to the political establishment, he still takes solace that there is a mass of solid, God-fearing Christians in Iowa and throughout the nation who will fight for traditional American values.
“I’m grateful that we are the people we are… We have a strong Christian ethic here, and a high percentage of people who are true believers. We have all of that going for us, but it’s also in our culture, and we don’t think about it very often.” King said.
For abiding by Christ’s teachings and following His example steadfastly, King’s words have already been taken out of context, and the outrage mob is yet again promoting hate against the man and his faith on Twitter.
The only similarity between you and Jesus is that you both carried a cross.
He carried one up a hill called Calvary to die for the sins of the world.
— Bishop Talbert Swan (@TalbertSwan) April 24, 2019
Basically the only thing that Steve King has in common with Jesus Christ is that they both aren’t bicycles.
— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) April 24, 2019
What's the difference between Steve King and Jesus?
Jesus had the courtesy to die at 33.
— Adam D. Jaspering (@jaspers47) April 24, 2019
The constant deranged attacks and harassment against King from the left, and even some traitors on the right, hearkens back to the following quote from the gospel:
“Then you will be arrested, persecuted, and killed. You will be hated all over the world because you are my followers.” – Matthew 24:9
King is one of very few in the Republican fold willing to unabashedly defend the Christian faith, Western Civilization, and the legacy of the Founding Fathers. The constant defamation campaign from the fake news and their allies shows King being punished by a wicked world for standing strong.
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