Democrat Leader Maxine Waters (D-CA) seems hell-bent on ripping our country apart.

The aging and ever more insane Waters is constantly pushing the boundaries of propriety and good sense.

Whether spending time spreading malicious lies about our President, or slandering her fellow legislators, or implying that half the nation’s voters are racist hate-mongering monsters… Waters is always in search of new ways to outrage the nation.

Her latest effort may seem tame in comparison to some of her past comments, but it’s still quite disturbing.

During a town hall on civil rights, she called for American blacks to get more divisive and confrontational.

She argued that they should do more to push their neighbors away, all while implying that anyone who disagrees with her and other leftists are racists.

See for yourself:

“Let’s work with people who have the passion and you want to do it and to understand how important it is.

There are plenty of them in our community but guess what? We don’t associate with them because we think they are too controversial.

Black people, you better get controversial.

You better be controversial.

You had better call it like it is.

We have been shut down because others have defined us.

When they said to us about 10, 15 years ago, oh, she’s playing the race card.

You should say yeah, and I’ve got a lot more I’m going to play.

Don’t run away from it. That’s what happens.

We stop calling a racist a racist because they said that that’s all you do.

You don’t do anything else.

Don’t let these people intimidate or scare you.

You’ve got to get in the fight, and you’ve got to be in the fight to make some sacrifices, to understand when you’re winning, to continue to work, come to make things happen.

And I want to tell you, it is time to take off the handcuffs. It’s time to get in it. It’s time to call it like it is.”

Article posted with permission from Constitution.com

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