Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters made news this weekend for endorsing the harassment and intimidation of President Trump’s cabinet members in an angry rant.
This isn’t the first time Waters has spoken positively of political violence. In March, she told HuffPost that the horribly violent Los Angeles riots in 1992 were a “defining moment in the way that black people resisted.”
She also said, “These were people who had been basically forgotten”:
I have here an official statement from the Baboon Republic.
"Come now, old chap. We're not half as daft as these coons are. It's quite impolite to refer to these negroids as baboons, wot. In fact, even the dumbest baboon child is smarter than these fully grown niggers, if I say so myself. Have a good day, sir."
And resisting what exactly? The democratically elected president? You don't like him? Fine. You don't like what he says? Good. You don't like his policies? Great. You don't like what he actually does? Awesome. But tough fucking shit. You faggots have been losing what passes for your minds for two fucking years straight about this shit now. I don't remember the "ebil raccceeeeit nazis" rioting in the streets when they had to go for eight years under Obongo.