Virtuous Romney Says Rep King Has No Place in “Polite Company”

Virtuous Romney Says Rep King Has No Place in “Polite Company”

Virtue-signaller and Utah freshman senator Mitt Romney is calling for Rep. Steven King to step down because he’s unfit for “polite company.” That must mean King can be in Mitt’s company since he is anything but polite.


“He doesn’t have a place in our party, he doesn’t have a place in polite company and certainly should not have a place in Congress,” Romney said in a brief interview in the Senate basement on Monday.

Romney later told a group of reporters that “Steve King’s comments are reprehensible.”

He said King “ought to resign and move on and let someone else who represents American values take his seat,” adding “he should find a different line of work.”

Romney will support a primary challenger to King. That is what this is about for the left — taking the Iowa seat. e’s a strong anti-illegal immigration advocate in the Congress.

“I’d back him getting out of Congress and getting out of our party, as well as a challenge politically,” Romney said[…]

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ICYMI, here are more news worth checking out from S. Noble over at Independent Sentinel.


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