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Steve King takes another swing at Facebook’s Zuckerberg


This news story was published on April 19, 2014.
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Steve King

Steve King

NIT – Desperately searching for anyone who might contribute $25 or so dollars to his campaign for re-election to Congress, Steve King again took a swipe at his new enemy, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, on Saturday.

“We are under attack by liberal billionaire Mark Zuckerberg — and he chose to begin his attacks on Good Friday of all days!” King said, sounding desperate, as he apparently forgot that the day between Good Friday and Easter is called “Holy Saturday”.

In his attempt to raise money, King proclaimed again that the “founder of Facebook is determined to eliminate anyone who disagrees with his plan for amnesty for illegal immigrants — and he’s starting with me.

“Zuckerberg is pushing his amnesty agenda, attacking me personally. He’s going after me because I’m the one who has been standing up in Congress, on FoxNews and throughout my district, telling the truth about his amnesty plan for illegal immigrants.

“Since I haven’t been silenced, caving to his demands, I have a target on my back. He and his liberal friends released a barrage of TV and digital ads yesterday — on Good Friday of all days — targeting me because I stand for America and her people.”

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One Response to Steve King takes another swing at Facebook’s Zuckerberg

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    April 20, 2014 at 3:34 pm

    Well, all politicians do this kind of thing. Difference with King is, he has authored just about zero bills (counting the rounding error) that have become law. On the other hand, he has added dozens of extreme amendments to all manner of bills that gum up the legislative process. He is also better than most at playing the victim, and this spat with Zuckerberg falls into that category. Sadly, this is a formula for success and re-election in his district.