Iowa congressman, secret border control agent, and man who can't forget what he buried in that cornfield, Steve King, heartily agreed with anti-Muslim Dutch nationalist Geert Wilders who said we can't restore western civilization with foreign blood. King said we can't preserve our "destiny" with "somebody else's babies."
King appeared on CNN this morning where he made his position even more clear by saying Americans needs to be more racially homogeneous.
[Chris Cuomo] then argued that America is not about "white or you're not right," at which point King said, "Well, actually, if you go down the road a few generations or maybe centuries with the inter-marriage, I'd like to see an America that's so homogeneous that we look a lot the same from that perspective. I think there's far too much focus on race, especially in the last eight years. I want to see that put behind us."
Babies don't have ideology or culture, because they're babies, but they do have skin color; color that Steve King does want to see more of.
King told CNN's Cuomo that there are far too many "illegal immigrants" in the country who refuse to assimilate, but King himself explicitly tied that (non-existent) problem to skin color, as if skin color alone determines value.
This is an explicitly white supremacist message and a eugenicist one at that because King said non-white babies are undesirable or inferior.
Ironically, men like Steve King actually pose the greatest danger to white people and "Real America." People of color are not the ones preparing to kick millions of white voters off their healthcare and drastically cut drug treatment programs.
If there really was a secret plot to usurp the racial majority of America, people of color would only need to sit back and watch as white people vote to kill themselves in large numbers.