If South Carolina state Rep. John King, D-York, has his way, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump would be banned from the state over his politically-incorrect views on illegal immigrants and radical Islamists.
“I’ve heard Donald Trump insult immigrants, African-Americans, women, war heroes,” King said in a phone interview with WSOC TV. “I just reached a point where enough was enough.”
King said the last straw dropped on Friday when a Muslim woman was escorted from a Trump rally after standing up in silent protest when Trump made a comment about Syrian refugees having ties to ISIS.
“I was sick to my stomach,” King said.
But the rally was packed with Trump supporters.
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The video report, courtesy of WSOC, can be seen below:
The reader may also find it interesting that the report never mentioned King’s party. The only indication that King is a Democrat is seen in a graphic where the “D” appears after his name.
King, WSOC added, plans to introduce the resolution on Tuesday. Trump is currently leading in South Carolina’s GOP primary.
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