Time To Expel Rep Steve King From the House?

Thom plus logo Congressman Steve King, in a new Internet meme, says that red state America has 8 trillion bullets and blue state America is still debating who can use which bathroom.

One trillion bullets is a lot of death, and pointing out that one side is well armed while the other side isn't sounds, to deranged people like the terrorist who shot up the Christchurch mosques, New Zealand or the hate filled bigots who have been murdering people in the United States for years, like a call to arms.

America has already suffered one brutal Civil War; we don't need another one. The Civil War produced numerous expulsions from the House of Representatives against men who continued to support the confederacy even after the war.

It's time to expel Steve King from the House of Representatives.

-Thom

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Dan-larsen 123 17 weeks 5 days ago
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Thom. Why cant Trump use the words Radical white nationalist terrorist? We need to push this mean like they did about radical Muslim terrorism.

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jimgunn 9 weeks 4 days ago
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It's time to expel Steve King from the House of Representatives.
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