Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King told Whatever It Takes host Curt Schilling Friday that Democrats have been looking for different people to blame for their Nov. 8 loss and to disrupt the new administration of President Donald Trump.
“By the time we got to the inauguration weekend, we had all the ladies in pink hats–they were out there filling the streets,” he said. “In Washington, D.C., they had several thousand, and I was starving and I walked into a McDonalds that as full of ladies in pink–I knew no one, but they all knew me–we had some interesting conversations before I wore them all out–I couldn’t walk away you know.”
There was one question he kept asking the protesters for women’s rights, he said: “What rights do men have that women don’t have?”
King said no one could come up with an answer to his question.
The congressman told the All-Star righthander that he is very concerned about the Supreme Court, especially if he looks at the example of how it handled gay marriage.
“All through history, marriage has been between a man and a woman,” he said. “Now here in the blink of a historical eye, we have a Supreme Court that has imposed it upon a country of over 300 million people.”
It was not a constitutional decision, he said. “The Supreme Court has force-fed this upon America, and if they can make up and manufacture rights in the Constitution, then, what can’t they do?”
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Listen to the rest of Curt Schilling’s Whatever It Takes interview with Rep. Steve King (R.-Iowa):