VIA| With Barack Obama currently blathering on about gun violence, climate change, and every other liberal talking point in the book, there was one issue in particular that caused Iowa Congressman Steve King (R) to leave the House of Representatives chamber.
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) January 13, 2016
Republican Rep. Steve King of Iowa stepped out of the House chamber where the State of the Union address was about to take place Tuesday, electing to pray in the members’ chapel during the speech due to President Barack Obama’s stance on abortion.
“When the president announced that he would have an empty seat up by the First Lady for those who are victims of gun violence, who no longer have a voice, and I thought of the millions and millions of unborn babies — on his first day in office he issued an executive order that accelerated abortions worldwide,” King told TheBlaze moments after stepping out of the House of Representatives chamber.
Enough is enough.
If you can’t deal with crazed liberals hooting and hollering after every breath 44 takes, or you couldn’t stand to hear Obama put on a brief rap (“from Boston to Austin”), I’m sure you changed the channel.
Don’t worry, you’re not alone.