All the evidence coming to light about Maxine Waters has Democrats freaking out and putting the liberal propaganda machine on overdrive. Progressives conveniently forget all about the way she incited her followers to riot in 2018.
Evidence spotlights Democrat hypocrisy
Who would have ever believed that we would be looking back on 2018 and seeing a totally different world than the one we face today.
Back then, there was outrage, even though it didn’t last very long, when Maxine Waters called for the systematic illegal harassment of Trump administrators. Senators saw the evidence as a reminder on Friday.
At Donald Trump’s kangaroo court of an impeachment trial, the former president’s attorneys defended him from the insurrection charges with video evidence clearly showing Democrats doing the same thing, and worse.
They presented a “long montage of Democratic politicians saying the word ‘fight'” Included was Maxine Waters declaring “you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”
Of course, liberals claim the clip was “taken out of context.” That’s their opinion. They claim without evidence that “Waters never incited an insurrection.”
Maybe not but she came close and Donald Trump didn’t incite an insurrection either. A lot of folks think the Federal Bureau of Instigation was behind that, under the cover of a Guy Fawkes mask.
What Waters said
No matter what the progressive pundits at the fact check sites have to say, what Waters actually said was “We want the children back. We want them connected to their parents.
We want it done now. We are going to insist on it. If you think we’re rallying out here, you ain’t seen nothing yet.” There is rock-hard solid evidence that Waters went on to explain exactly what she had in mind.
As the evidence proves, Waters proclaimed to her rabidly fanatical followers “already, you have members of your Cabinet that have been booed out of restaurants, who have protesters taking up at their house.”
The demonstrators like to sing “No peace, no sleep. No peace, no sleep” all night long through a bullhorn. That’s illegal. Not to Waters. “And guess what, we’re going to win this battle. So let’s stay the course. Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up.”
The incriminating evidence makes it crystal clear that Waters ordered, “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 and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”
That sounds like incitement to a lot of people. It certainly sounded that way to the Senators. In overtime on Saturday, they voted to acquit.