Maxine Waters has been on a crazy rampage against President Donald Trump that seems to get worse by the week. Somehow, she’s been able to carry on this verbals assault even though she has recently called on people to target Trump supporters in public, on more than one speech occasion. She uses outlandish race-baiting as her platform for impeaching the president, even though she’s exceptionally privileged in her million-dollar Southern California mansion.
She’s inciting violence, which actually worked when one day after making this public declaration for harassment Senator Mitch McConnel and his wife were ambushed by a leftist mob who seemed to have followed Waters’ orders. This is where it began and there seems to be no end in sight as the California Congresswoman only seems to have strengthened her resolve to impeach Trump by any means possible.
However, those days of running your mouth and encouraging unprovoked attacks have come to an end. Karma has finally caught up with Waters and it couldn’t be better served.
The Washington Examiner reports of the serious political charge this politician has coming her way. Those bringing it to her couldn’t be better.
A group of conservative African American figures, including Star Parker, gathered on Capitol Hill on Thursday and called on House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., to censure Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., after she called on her supporters to confront members of President Trump’s administration in public.
“This is a dangerous and unhinged call that signals to liberal activists that violence is a preferred way to demonstrate this disagreement,” said Johnathan Alexandre, director of public policy at the Liberty Counsel. “This resistance is not progressing at all, but is rather in a standstill, hunched over in a dark corner of bitterness and self-loathing and now dangerous retaliation.”
Last month, after the owner of the Red Hen restaurant in Virginia after she asked White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave, Waters encouraged her supporters to follow suit and confront members of the Trump administration.
Video of those remarks at a Los Angeles rally earned Waters rebukes from Republicans and some Democrats. For instance, House Speaker Paul Ryan called on her to apologize, saying “There’s no place for this.” Some, among liberal circles, have defended her, including the Congressional Black Caucus.
Since then, more members of the Trump administration have been engaged by protesters in public, as well as allies of the president, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.
The group that descended on Capitol Hill on Thursday emphasized that free speech is a protected right, and no one should be harassed for supporting the president.
Johms Gool, senior pastor of Victory Christian Center, claimed that their lack of respect for civil dialogue is indicative in the Left’s attempts to undermine the Constitution, and by extension praised the president for nominating Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court because he believes in the original meaning of the Constitution.
“I contend that our Constitution is never outdated because rather than being hundreds of pages filled with policy like these modern constitutions, our founder put together a few simple pages dealing with human nature,” Gool said. “Now, human nature has no expiration date, and neither does our constitution, and although it was not perfect, it left a means for fixing imperfections, allowing me to stand before you today,” he added.
Parker, president of the Center for Urban Renewal Education, condemned Waters for encouraging the kind of behavior that keeps families separated and leads to civil war. She stated their press briefing was to show Waters is not the face of all of black America.
“Congresswoman Maxine Waters has violated the sacred trust we each have to each other as Americans that have each of our rights stop at the others nose. Her call to extremism based on where another American citizen works and who they associate with must be sternly addressed by Speaker Paul Ryan and apology is not enough, nor did she offer one, after being asked by House Speaker,” Parker said. “We move into two months of intense debate over the next SCOTUS nomination the censuring of Maxine Waters becomes of extreme urgency so we compel Speaker Paul Ryan to heed the call of many on the Freedom caucus today and his colleague and censor Maxine Waters today.”
Also in attendance was Diante Johnson, President and founder of the Black Conservative Federation, Rev. Derek McCoy, Executive Vice President of CURE, Bishop Aubrey Shines and Bishop David Richey.
As they held their event, a separate group of black women released a statement imploring Ryan to reverse his request for a public apology from Waters.
The group, calling themselves #IStandWithMaxine, has also rebuked House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., criticizing them for their own less explicit criticism of Waters, BuzzFeed News reports.
“Maxine Waters has served in the US House since 1991. She served in the CA Assembly from 1977-91. She is the most senior among 12 Black women currently serving in Congress. She is a lifetime public servant who fights for the most vulnerable among us. #IStandWithMaxine,” tweeted Kristen Clark, president and executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
It’s time for Waters to retire. She’s done her part long enough and now is only doing damage to America by pushing divisiveness and disconnect.