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Dangerous Rhetoric and It Wasn’t Republicans

Every now and again, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) says or does something so absolutely outlandish that she runs the full spectrum from obviously senile, to evil, and spouting dangerous rhetoric. In an interview with CNN marking ‘Juneteenth’, she did all three when asked to comment on a vote to award Congressional Gold Medals to the Capitol Police who responded to the Jan. 6th riot by Jim Acosta. The interview… and Waters’ grip on sanity degenerated rapidly as the octogenarian Congresswoman known as ‘Auntie Maxine’ by supporters showed she needs to be relocated to the front porch sipping some lemonade and napping, where she can’t hurt herself.

This Is Truly ‘Dangerous Rhetoric’ Territory

Of course, that’s a territory that Rep. Waters knows very well, after all didn’t she tell her own supporters and BLM rioters to get “more confrontational” as recent as April if Derek Chauvin wasn’t found guilty of murder?

And then there was that time in 2018 when she told leftists everywhere to surround and violently harass any member of the Trump administration they saw,

“Already , you have members of your cabinet that are being booed out of restaurants. Who have protestors taking up at their house whose saying ‘No Peace, no sleep. No Peace, No sleep!’ And 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!”

But back to the matter at hand:

While a stunned Jim Acosta could only sit back and watch, Waters wove an elaborate yarn of what she calls “real domestic terrorists, we’re talking about the Proud Boys, we’re talking about the Oathkeepers, we’re talking about the KKK, we’re talking about QAnon…”

Let’s break down the groups Waters calls “domestic terrorists” in her hyperbolic rhetoric:

  • The Proud Boys are more like Frat-boys than terrorists, as well documented by Andy Ngo and Tim Pool. They were definitely there, however, their usual mission is to protect conservative protestors from violent Antifa/BLM/Leftist reprisals by engaging them in mutual altercations. How many cereals can you name while getting wailed on by 3 or 4 of your friends?
  • The Oathkeepers are a nationwide, loosely affiliated militia group, has had 16 members indicted on various charges for entering the Capitol. According to USAToday they were on-hand providing “logistical support” and “protection” to the protestors, turned rioters, and as a result, are looking at potential conspiracy charges. This is the same role they’ve played at countless peaceful conservative rallies, however, this one went badly wrong and they now find themselves implicated.
  • The KKK. Zero… repeat: ZERO reputable sources (OccupyDemocrats doesn’t count) have reported any evidence of an open KKK presence at either the Save America Rally or the Capitol Riot. While any group can travel incognito, there is no evidence or even circumstantial proof that the KKK, a traditionally Southern Democrat organization, was involved in the events of Jan. 6th.
  • QAnon. Q Anon followers are NOT a terrorist organization. At best: QAnon is a ‘standalone complex’ (defined as a “Phenomenon wherein behavior by unconnected individuals creates a seemingly concentrated effort. This behavior is copied from a previous source without an original.”) While ‘Q’ followers do communicate and coordinate in small disparate groups from time to time, there is no structure, no organization and in fact the supposed Anonymity associated with the collection of conspiracy theories precludes the possibility of one. ‘Q’ followers are instructed to ‘trust the plan’, a plan of which they are not a part but are simply meant to observe and recognize.

‘Auntie Maxine’ Departs From Reality As We Know It

Great, now that’s done. Acosta appeared to try reeling Maxine in after that, redirecting her to conservative assertions that the FBI had agent provocateurs embedded in the January 6th rioters just as they had in the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping conspiracy. A theory that has since gained considerable traction and credibility.

But then ‘Auntie Maxine’ juked right past that notion to her most controversial words of the interview spouting deranged conspiracy theories which were soundly debunked during the Second failed impeachment of President Trump:

“Where did the money come from to send busloads of people in who supported them in all of this? Where was the organizing taking place?

I’m told there was organizing taking place right in the Trump campaign.

And so if they really are concerned about why our capital was invaded, and why there was an insurrection, they would support a commission to find out. But they don’t want to know, because too many of them side with them and support what they have done.”

Maxine Waters has repeatedly demonstrated that she possesses both a violent temperament and a willingness to urge her supporters into the streets with violent intent and indeed has incited them to violence on more than one occasion. Waters is now indulging in what could only be described as ‘unhinged’, or ‘delusional’ behavior in combination with her already well-established predilections. In short: the older and more detached from reality she is, the more dangerous she and her supporters will become. Maxine Waters must be expelled from the U.S. House of Representatives at once.

And dear God, her husband and children should be ashamed for allowing this to continue. Someone needs to take her home and set her up with some soap operas, knitting, and enjoying her grandchildren with whatever time she has left. This isn’t a steady downhill decline, ‘Auntie Maxine’ has gone round the bend’ and off a cliff.

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