Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters has cemented herself as one of the most radical leftists on Capitol Hill, and she has done so in an alarming way.
Waters, like nearly all of her fellow progressives, has been an unabashed member of the “resistance” to Donald Trump, using every opportunity she has to disparage or delegitimize the President. This isn’t terribly unexpected, sadly, and is not all distinguishing a characteristic among the radical left.
What makes Mad Max so unique were her calls for violence against conservatives, asking her followers to form mobs and make supporters of Trump feel “unwelcome” wherever they are encountered. This was employed with maddening effect in the days following the call to arms, with then-Press Secretary Sarah Sanders finding herself on the receiving end of a shouting mob in a restaurant in Virginia.
Now, as Waters continues to hurl dog whistles to the liberal left, her latest claims also take aim at Nancy Pelosi’s unwillingness to entertain the idea of impeaching the President.
The following came during an appearance on MSNBC:
Waters said, “Well, you know, some people were shocked that the president could be so outwardly racist. … However, I, you, and others know that he’s gotten worse. From the time that we first started to realize that he was identifying himself as an unworthy person, not worthy of the presidency, he has consistently gotten worse. Because guess what? He basically came to the conclusion that we were not going to impeach him. So, he keeps going, and he’ll get worse.”
The insinuation here is that Madame Speaker’s reticence to impeach the President is emboldening Donald Trump, with Waters being one of the first democrats to publicly blame Pelosi for this mess.
The democratic civil war has been simmering for some time, and this latest skirmish proves that the fighting is far from over.
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