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Congressman Steve King releases the following excerpts from a column appearing online today in The American Spectator. The column, entitled “Suicide of the Woke Republicans” was written by Joseph P. Duggan. In Washington, Duggan served in the White House as presidential speechwriter for George H.W. Bush and in the State Department as advisor to Ambassador Edward Rowny, President Reagan’s nuclear arms control negotiator. In New York, he worked at the United States Mission to the United Nations under Reagan’s Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick.

In the column, Duggan makes a powerful case that King should be re-elected to Congress. Duggan writes:

The Iowa Republican congressional primary is on June 2. The choice is clear. Steve King is one of those rare members of Congress who is in accord with the voters who nominated Donald Trump in 2016. His RINO opponent represents everyone and everything Republican voters repudiated four years ago. If the RINOs defeat King in the primary, theirs could prove to be Pyrrhic victory. Voters who would be fired-up to reelect King in November would be tepid at best as to rallying for the RINO cause.

Steve King is an Iowan, not a PAC man.”

Congressman King encourages interested parties to read the entire column, and to share it with their friends and neighbors. Some selected excerpts appear below:

On Steve King’s Character:

“The House member is Steve King, a conservative who has represented his corner of Iowa since 2003. He and Flynn both attended the annual conference of Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagles in St. Louis in 2018, where each was presented an award for public service. I attended the conference and had conversations with each of them. I have met a boatload of congressmen over the years; Steve King gave a better impression of decency and thoughtfulness than most of them.”

On RINO Randy Feenstra’s Candidacy:

“Unsurprisingly, [King], who represents conservative, rural northwest Iowa, faces a primary challenge from a candidate bankrolled by the national corporate lobbyists and other outsiders who have probably never been within a four-hour drive of Sioux City.

“The RINOs are financing a primary challenger with a fount of corporate PAC money and funds from high-dollar donors. They have raised and spent more than King. The RINOs’ candidate has raised most of his money from outside the district; King has gotten most of his from within the district. The RINOs’ candidate has raised more money from Los Angeles than King has gathered from Sioux City. A RINO Super PAC — it should be called a suicide pact — is pouring even more money into its effort to defeat King and kill chances for a Republican majority. The dinosaurs of the useless U.S. Chamber of Commerce are wasting unsuspecting members’ money in the Chamber’s own campaign against King. Just think of an alternative universe wherein this “Republican” money would have gone to reelecting President Trump instead of trashing one of his most loyal allies.”

See Also: “Red Flag Randy Feenstra” $elling His Candidacy to Liberal PACs

 On Establishment Disdain for King’s Pro-Life Views:

“Hatred of Steve King also is based on his pro-life and other conservative social positions. King is well-liked in his district. During the Democratic wave election of 2018, King won reelection while Democrats defeated Iowa’s other two Republican incumbents, whom the Establishment had considered safer. This was despite massive expenditures — almost four dollars for every one of King’s — by the left-wing Democratic challenger.

What Team Pelosi could not accomplish against King in 2018, RINOs want to do in 2020.”

On the importance of King’s re-election to President Trump’s re-election:

“The Iowa Republican congressional primary is on June 2. The choice is clear. Steve King is one of those rare members of Congress who is in accord with the voters who nominated Donald Trump in 2016. His RINO opponent represents everyone and everything Republican voters repudiated four years ago. If the RINOs defeat King in the primary, theirs could prove to be Pyrrhic victory. Voters who would be fired-up to reelect King in November would be tepid at best as to rallying for the RINO cause.

Steve King is an Iowan, not a PAC man.”

Read the whole column at the following link.

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