Maxine Waters is once again spewing incoherent nonsense. This time the California Democrat is claiming the term “rioting” should be banned since it is a “negative word used against black people.” Well, poor Maxine didn’t know what hit her as she got a brutal smackdown over her racist rhetoric. You’ll love this.
Rep. Maxine Waters, in an interview published Wednesday, explained why she rejects the term “rioting” in describing violent protests, contending that the word is part of “negative language used far too often in a description of black people by folks who fundamentally don’t see black people the same way they see whites and others.”
Waters spoke to The Cut about her “longtime fight over the language of insurrection and unrest versus rioting” and told the outlet that the unrest in recent days brought her to reflect on “what was going on back in the day, when I was confronting Daryl Gates, starting when the police shot Eula Love, which brought me in contact with the police commission and brought me to taking a look at what was going on with police community relations” years ago.
She spoke in depth about her experience with Gates, Los Angeles’s former police chief, and explained how those events shaped her view of the “negative language” used today.
“A lot of negative language gets used against black people, describing what whites often believe is true about us: that language includes ‘lazy,’ ‘criminal,’ and ‘rioting,’” Waters told the outlet.
Waters formally endorsed Joe Biden this week after stating that Trump is “goading confrontation.” She also claimed the president is “not only talking about killing black people, he’s talking about killing young white children.”
Americans brutally blasted Mad Maxine for her ridiculous rhetoric on social media.
“Maxine Waters is a professional hatemonger & race-baiter who should be removed from Congress. She repeatedly stands in the way of any opportunity 2 bring the races together,” tweeted “Elli Martin.”
Maxine Waters is a professional hatemonger&race baiter who should b removed from Congress.She repeatedly stands in the way of any opportunity 2 bring the races together.
Waters Classifies Term ‘Rioting’ as ‘Negative Language … Used Against Black People’ https://t.co/vdE72D4aRX
— Elli.Martin⭐⭐⭐🇺🇸Former Left-Wing Nut (@ellimartin258) June 4, 2020
“What word would she like to use. Why would she disrespect law-abiding black citizens who stand against rioting? I’m sick to death of this crazy talk!” tweeted Veronica Birkenstock.
What word would she like to use. Why would she disrespect law abiding black citizens who stand against rioting? I’m sick to death of this crazy talk! Maxine Waters Classifies Term ‘Rioting’ as ‘Negative Language … Used Against Black People’ https://t.co/efvmCLjX81
— Veronica Birkenstock (@vtbirkenstock) June 5, 2020
“Truth hurts, but it’s descriptive of rioters. Not black ppl Or is she saying only black ppl riot? The PC Police are insane,” tweeted Elizabeth Howe.
Truth hurts, but it's descriptive of rioters. Not black ppl
Or is she saying only black ppl riot?
The PC Police are insane
Maxine Waters Classifies Term ‘Rioting’ as ‘Negative Language … Used Against Black People’ https://t.co/NS3PbXJi7F
— Elizabeth Howe (@howe887) June 4, 2020
“Just when you thought #MadMaxine couldn’t get any dumber! #Idiot #Dumbass,” tweeted Katie Davis.
— Katie Davis (@wytchh) June 4, 2020
“Boy, racketeers like her MUST BE OBLITERATED in November, no more #ElectionFraud for #InciterMaxineWaters,” tweeted “FireBrand Nationalist.”
Boy, racketeers like her MUST BE OBLITERATED in November, no more #ElectionFraud for #InciterMaxineWaters Maxine Waters Classifies Term ‘Rioting’ as ‘Negative Language … Used Against Black People’. https://t.co/KAuzAeO1mJ
— 🔥FireBrand🇺🇸❤️Nationalist (@firebrand_oz7) June 4, 2020
“Good Gawd does this beast ever do anything productive?” tweeted Cherie Buckingham.
Good gawd does this beast ever do anything productive 👇🏽
Maxine Waters Classifies Term ‘Rioting’ as ‘Negative Language … Used Against Black People’ https://t.co/zL9A2sRsju
— Cherie Buckingham (@upcyclealleykat) June 4, 2020
Maxine Waters has a history of backing the criminals who riot. She went as far as to “celebrate” with the thugs who nearly beat a man to death during the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
She embraced Damian Williams, the infamous thug who hurled a chunk of concrete at white truck driver Reginald Denny and performed a victory dance over the bloodied innocent bystander. Waters was caught doing the “electric slide” with Williams and his gangster buddies.
More than 50 people were killed during the riots, with thousands more injured and over $1 billion in property damage. But Waters told the Huffington Post that the L.A. riots were “a milestone in the history of black people demanding justice.”
“These were people who had been basically forgotten,” Waters said. “And because of Rodney King’s beating and the current emotion that was stirring in that, it was like people were saying, ‘We’re here. You can’t do this to us. Look what you’re doing, look how you’ve been.'”
“So it was a defining moment in this country and I think a defining moment in the way that black people resisted,” she continued.
Waters’ history of calling the riots an “insurrection” dates back to the riots themselves.
The New York Post reports:
She’s earned a lifetime of left-wing adoration for whitewashing the deadly riots as a “rebellion,” excusing the week-long shooting, looting, and arson orgy as “a spontaneous reaction to a lot of injustice and a lot of alienation and frustration,” and coddling Crips and Bloods gang members—with whom she performed the electric slide as part of her “fearless support and understanding of young people and their efforts at self-expression.”
Maxine Waters has been supporting rioters and looters for over 30 years. She launched her Congressional career thanks to aligning herself with the gangs and thugs who morphed into Black Lives Matter. If there is one member of Congress who genuinely loves to see civil unrest, it’s none other than Maxine Waters, who would be thrilled if our country burned down to the ground.