To recap: just because he was seen dealing drugs and was a drug dealer, doesn't mean he was a "drug dealer." Understand?
Rep Steve King On 'Babies' Tweet: 'I Meant Exactly What I Said'
KING: Chris, it's the culture. It's the culture, not the blood. And if you can go anywhere in the world and adopt these little babies and put them into households that were already assimilated into America, those babies will grow up as American as any other baby with as much patriotism and as much love of country as any other baby. It's not about race. It's never been about race, and in fact, the struggles across this planet, we describe them as race, they're not race. They're culture-based. It's a clash of cultures, not the race. Sometimes that race is used as an identifier.
After attracting controversy Sunday for tweeting "we can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies," Congressman Steve King told CNN's Chris Cuomo Monday "I meant exactly what I said, as is always the case."
"I've been to Europe and I've spoken on this issue and I've said the same thing as far as 10 years ago to the German people and to any population of people that is a declining population that isn't willing to have enough babies to reproduce themselves," King said. "I've said to them, 'You cannot rebuild your civilization with somebody else's babies. You've got to keep your birth rate up and that you need to teach your children your values and in doing so you can grow your population you can grow your culture and you can grow your way of life.'"
"We need to get our birthrates up, or Europe will be entirely transformed within a half a century or a little more, and Geert Wilders knows that," he said.