Posted on September 23, 2020

Rep. Steve King Says His Book to Be Released Within Weeks

Radio Iowa, September 21, 2020

Congressman Steve King says he’s written a book about his political career in Washington.

“It is due to be published,” King says. “We don’t have the hard date, but within weeks.”


“Couldn’t find the uninterrupted time to do it until after the Primary,” King says {snip}

The title of King’s book is “Walk Through the Fire” and King says it was inspired by the late Andrew Breitbart.


King was a stalwart opponent of immigration reform efforts in Congress, which he called amnesty. King says his book will correct the record about his career and address the attacks he’s endured from critics who called him a racist and a xenophobe.


Once his 9th term in the U.S. House is over at year’s end, King says he’s planning to establish an international organization to restore western civilization.

“I can see that our civilization is under assault and it starts with our churches being turned into museums and the secularization of our society,” King says. “It started in Europe and it’s washed over into this country.”

King, who is 71 years old, was born in Storm Lake and graduated from Denison High School. {snip} King owned a construction company when he was first elected to the Iowa Senate in 1996. He was elected to the U.S. House in 2002.