Maxine Waters: Longtime Advocate for Riots, Violence and Bullying

Maxine Waters in the past has made clear she liked Fidel Castro and the way he did business.  She cheered on the bullies on college campuses that kept conservatives from speaking—and students fearful if they admitted they support the Constitution and the Rule of Law.  Now, she is moving her ANTIFA support to the streets—not against students, but against you—support Trump and a gang will show up at your door or job screaming at you.  Want to work for the government—you will be forced to order your meals from “Hello Fresh” since no restaurant wants the mobs at their place.

““And because of Rodney King’s beating and the current emotion that was stirring in that, it was like people were saying, ‘We’re here. You can’t do this to us. Look what you’re doing, look how you’ve been. Not only have you been with this consistent police abuse but the same people don’t have access to opportunities and jobs and health care and on and on.”

The riots also featured shocking violence on residents of the city. Random innocent people were beaten and killed; many more businesses were destroyed.

Yes, she promoted and supported riots in Los Angeles after the Rodney King trial.  Why hasn’t she been prosecuted?  Because she is a Democrat member of Congress—free to destroy at will—and blame you.

Los Angeles riots

Maxine Waters Praised Violent LA Race Riots As ‘Defining Moment’ For Resistance

 

Justin Caruso. Daily Caller, 6/25/18

Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters made news this weekend for endorsing the harassment and intimidation of President Trump’s cabinet members in an angry rant.

This isn’t the first time Waters has spoken positively of political violence. In March, she told HuffPost that the horribly violent Los Angeles riots in 1992 were a “defining moment in the way that black people resisted.”

She also said, “These were people who had been basically forgotten”:

“And because of Rodney King’s beating and the current emotion that was stirring in that, it was like people were saying, ‘We’re here. You can’t do this to us. Look what you’re doing, look how you’ve been. Not only have you been with this consistent police abuse but the same people don’t have access to opportunities and jobs and health care and on and on.”

The riots also featured shocking violence on residents of the city. Random innocent people were beaten and killed; many more businesses were destroyed.

At a rally Saturday, Waters said, “If you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. Tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere!”

 

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