California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters may be 83 years old, but when it comes to inciting violence, she’s as spry as a hate-filled chicken in spring. It took the octogenarian just a few hours to tell anyone who would listen to “defy the Supreme Court” after SCOTUS released its highly anticipated decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
“They ain’t seen nothing yet,” Waters shouted as she wagged her finger in outrage. “Women are going to control their bodies, no matter how they try to stop us!”
“To hell with the Supreme Court,” the woman who swore an oath to “support and defend” the Constitution hollered. “We will defy them!”
“Women will be in control of their bodies,” she continued, before throwing out the race card, just for good measure.
“And if they think black women are intimidated or afraid, they’ve got another thought coming!” she vowed. “Black women will be out in droves! We will be out by the thousands. We will be out by the millions. We are going to make sure we fight for the right to control our own bodies!”
BREAKING: Rep. Maxine Waters says "to hell with the Supreme Court, we will defy them!"pic.twitter.com/XMYvgbpEHR
— Election Wizard 🇺🇸 (@ElectionWiz) June 24, 2022
Yes, as the nation teeters on the precipice of a “Night of Rage” courtesy of violent extremist group Jane’s Revenge, and as Democrats force-feed the notion that conservatives nearly ended democracy when they dared to question an election down American’s throats, Maxine Waters is doing what Maxine Waters does best: fomenting a racially-fueled uprising.
In 2018, Waters grabbed a microphone and called on people to harass Trump supporters.
“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,” she directed rally attendees.
We watch others incite violence too like Rep maxine waters pic.twitter.com/WNp6McWdf5
— bombaybadboy (@bombaybadboy) December 31, 2021
“Apparently @RepMaxineWaters doesn’t understand how the Federal Government was intended to function,” one user on Twitter surmised. “All this decision does is give power back to the states. You’d think a Representative would have more knowledge than currently being broadcast. Pretty pathetic & troubling.”
Apparently @RepMaxineWaters doesn’t understand how the Federal Government was intended to function. All this decision does is give power back to the the states. You’d think a Representative would have more knowledge than currently being broadcast. Pretty pathetic & troubling.
— Just J (@PooDooCandy) June 24, 2022
But of course, Waters does know what the decision does, just as she knows the state she is meant to be representing will never, ever outlaw abortion.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 25, 2021
But that isn’t stopping Waters from urging “millions” of black women to “fight.”
And Waters isn’t alone in stirring an already overflowing pot.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) raced to the Supreme Court and declared the decision “illegitimate” and encouraged people to get “into the streets” to express their outrage.
‘Illegitimate!’ AOC chants with protesters after SCOTUS ruling, tells people to get ‘in the streets!’ https://t.co/uOh6hU3VZ7
— American Wire News (@americanwire_) June 24, 2022
To make matters worse, she was smiling while she did it.
Noted one Twitter user, the almost elated expressions from AOC were “strange for someone that is supposedly outraged.”
And she’s all smiles too! So strange for someone that is supposedly outraged
— Coady Christmas (@CoadyN) June 24, 2022
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