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Congressman Steve King did not hide how he felt about Congressman Randy Feenstra’s vote to force girls to register for military service last week.

King, who lost a 2020 Republican primary to Feenstra, said he never would’ve voted the way Feenstra did.

“I would NEVER, EVER have voted for a bill to draft women into the military to fight our wars,” King tweeted. “NEVER! That’s an act of War against Women!”

Feenstra, who also voted to certify the 2020 Presidential Election despite representing one of the most conservative districts in the country, has been criticized for voting for the NDAA, which also includes Red Flag language for military members.