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Tea Party radio host Andrea Shea King.

Popular Tea Party radio host Andres Shea King went on a rant against Democrats who boycotted Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s speech, declaring that “these guys could pay with their lives, hanging from a noose in front of the U.S. Capitol building.”

If King had been an Israeli broadcasting in Israel, she would have been in police custody by now for incitement.


King said those who boycotted the speech “are putting their own interests above that of America. and to me, that is criminal. Criminal.”

Her radio rant, broadcast before Netanyahu’s’ speech, did not draw the line between blacks and whites. She demonstrated the principle of equality by stating that all of the boycotters should be swinging from a noose, but she then she went after the Black Congressional Caucus and their supporters, saying:

Guess what? Most of those members who are opting out of attending the speech are members of the Congressional Black Caucus…

Their districts are all dumb clucks because dumb clucks wouldn’t be electing these people if they knew better.

How do people like this get elected to represent us in Congress? Because there are stupid people out there in those congressional districts who are so ignorant that it’s dangerous. How do people like this get elected to represent us in Congress?…

Stupid, stupid people.

You know, all of us are going to turn black if we end up in a cage on fire!”

King stepped back from her racial distinction on a follow-up show and erased any differences between white dumb clucks and black dumb clucks, telling her listeners, “I said something in the heat of passion that in retrospect, should have been more tempered. My comments were about those members of Congress who announced they would not attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to a joint session of Congress.”

The audio is in this link.

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Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.