Only Republicans Voted Against the Anti-Semitism Resolution Including Steve King


Overwhelmingly, the House of Representatives passed the resolution that condemned hate, intolerance, anti-Semitism, and anti- Muslim discrimination.

The votes were 407 to 23. Who were the twenty-three that voted against the bill? All Republicans.

Steve King didn’t make the list, but he did at the same time. King decided to just say “present.” Same difference. Now King can continue to hide behind the veil of racist semantics and say I have never voted for any bill or resolution that would favor racism and discrimination.

This isn’t complicated. Since the resolution was going to pass easily, why not just vote in favor of it?

The twenty-three Republicans are:

ALABAMA

(1) Rep. Mike Rogers and

(2) Rep. Mo Brooks

ARIZONA

(3) Rep. Andy Biggs

(4) Rep. Paul Gosar

ARKANSAS

(5) Rep. Rick Crawford

CALIFORNIA

(6) Rep. Doug LaMalfa

COLORADO

(7) Rep. Ken Buck

FLORIDA

(8) Rep. Ted Yoho

(9) Rep. Greg Steube

GEORGIA

(10) Rep. Tom Graves

KENTUCKY

(11) Rep. Thomas Massie

MISSISSIPPI

(12) Rep. Steven Palazzo

NEW YORK

(13) Rep. Chris Collins

(14) Rep. Pete King

(15) Rep. Lee Zeldin

NORTH CAROLINA

(16) Rep. Ted Budd

(17) Rep. Mark Walker

SOUTH CAROLINA

(18) Rep. Jeff Duncan

TEXAS

(19) Rep. Michael C. Burgess

(20) Rep. Louie Gohmert

(21) Rep. Mike Conaway

(22) Rep. Chip Roy

WYOMING

(23) Rep. Liz Cheney

House Bill Resolution 183 can be seen below.


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Alexander Hernandez

Alexander Hernandez is a practicing attorney since 1999 who enjoys blogging about politics when he is not riding his motorcycles or playing golf. He is also an Amazon best selling author.

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