Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa): When you look at this administration, I'm offended by Eric Holder and the President also, their posture. It looks like Eric Holder said that white people in America are cowards when it comes to race. And I don't know what the basis of that is but I'm not a coward when it comes to that and I'm happy to talk about these things and I think we should. But the President has demonstrated that he has a default mechanism in him that breaks down the side of race - on the side that favors the black person.
King's claim is a clear echo of what the modern conservative movement upholds as one of it's many pillars, though shrouded in a cloud of deflection and misdirection - racial divisiveness. And the fine, patriotic folks at Fox"Nation" are all too glad to pile on with even more inflammatory rhetoric.
There are days when the word "Fox" could easily be replaced with "Aryan", but that would mean that those conservatives that eagerly espouse their hatred of any person that isn't white would have to admit that their shouts of "we aren't the racists" were blatant lies.