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What a sick joke. Congresswoman Maxine Waters, one of the loudest mouths leading the impeachment circus against former President Donald Trump over the events at the Capitol on Jan. 6, is a brazen racial insurrectionist. The sixteen-term Democrat from South Central Los Angeles has been pouring verbal gasoline and tossing rhetorical Molotov cocktails into the public square since the 1992 L.A. riots.

Now she’s the arbiter of civility and keeper of social order? LOL.

Waters blasted Trump for telling his supporters on Jan. 6 to “be tough” and “take back their government” — standard, peaceful stump speech fare. She blames our 45th president for the actions of a few who ignored his explicit call to remain “peaceful,” while denying that her own fighting words and direct embrace of riots have contributed to decades of violent incitement. Trump’s impeachment trial lawyers rightly allude to her instigation of mobs formed against administration officials at restaurants and public spaces. In their trial brief, Trump’s team contrasted the president’s anodyne encouragement for conservative activists to “fight like hell” for their country with Waters’ endorsement of physical harassment against Trump’s cabinet members:

“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,” Waters shrieked in 2018 at a rally in Los Angeles. “And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”

That’s exactly what left-wing professional agitators, from Occupy ICE to antifa to Black Lives Matter to Smash Racism D.C. to the Sunrise Movement, have done over the past two years, targeting prominent Republicans and conservatives and their families on the streets and in their own homes.

But the fact is that Trump lawyers only scratched the surface of Waters’ divisive and destabilizing diatribes.

I first began covering “Turbulent Waters” in the early 1990s as an editorial writer and columnist at the Los Angeles Daily News. Let me remind you that newfound anti-insurrectionist Waters is the very same bloodthirsty opportunist who whitewashed the deadly L.A. riots as a “rebellion,” excused 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 coddled 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.”

Waters made common cause with her neighborhood gangsta rappers who stoked the violence, calling them “poets” and “children” expressing their “pain.” I remind you that shortly before the 1992 L.A. riots, rapper Ice Cube (a denizen of Waters’ district and a member of the cop-killing glorifiers at rap group N.W.A.) had penned the hate-filled song “Black Korea” for his best-selling platinum solo album, “Death Certificate.” He seethed against law-abiding immigrant entrepreneurs in his ‘hood and threatened to burn their stores “right down to a crisp”:

They hope I don’t pull out a Gat, try to rob

Their funky little store, but, b-tch, I got a job.

So don’t follow me up and down your market

Or your little chop suey ass will be a target

Of a nationwide boycott.

Juice with the people, that’s what the boy got…

…So pay respect to the black fist

Or we’ll burn your store right down to a crisp.

Promises made, promises kept.


Waters told the L.A. Times in May 1992 that “riot is the voice of the unheard.” She openly embraced the term “insurrection” as a substitute for “riot” in a 1992 interview with Katie Couric. A quarter-century later, in an anniversary interview with the Huffington Post, she again used the term “insurrection” to celebrate the implosion of L.A. and stoking of anti-white, anti-Asian violence as a “defining moment in the way that black people resisted.”

“Resistance”? Sixty people were killed, 2,000 injured, $1 billion in damages inflicted, and $700 million in federal aid injected to quell the arsonists, looters and shooters simply expressing their “pain.” “Roiling Waters” excused the violence repeatedly by defending the “righteous anger” of the rioters against police, innocent white bystanders like trucker Reginald Denny (nearly beaten to death by Waters’ gangsta buddy Damian Williams), and the Korean shop owners (forced to take up arms and take to their rooftops to defend their lives and livelihoods when the cops yielded to the mob).

Now, nearly 30 years later, the wealthy and powerful black congresswoman whose rise to power is defined by violence-inducing and violence-excusing racial demagoguery, demands “accountability” for words to remove a president no longer in office.

Clown Congress. Clown country.

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  1. Waters is, of course, a cancer on the body politic, but she is not the real problem.
    The real problem are the imbeciles who vote for her.

    • Replies: @goldgettin
    , @darold
  2. Icy Blast says:

    Ms. Malkin, as usual, is courageous, concise, and correct. There are many men in the political sphere who should be following her brave example. But they choose to cower in silence.

  3. @DudeAbiding

    “The imbeciles who vote for her”?

    What about the “shareholders who profit”

    from the reality this system creates?

    Don’t always blame the whores, it’s the pimps
    getting richer and more powerful.
    Each and every day. GLORY,GLORY HaLLELUJAH

  4. Baxter says:

    In her articles Mrs. Malkin is not one to “soften the blow” in her criticism or try to paint her words with a sympathetic overtone. I very much enjoy her usually direct and sober assessment of politics and what passes for debate in the public forum.
    I am of the opinion that to treat “leftism” (a vague and confused but recognizable mood) as an intellectual aberration is a mistake. To talk to the “left” of their errors is futile. We give them to much credit as people with hearts in the right place, but heads that are wrong. This is a mistake. “Leftism” is a moral disease and to treat it otherwise will rarely be of benefit to the sufferer. They are rotten through and through and should be dealt with as sick people.
    Maxine Waters is a diseased woman-a cure, if such a thing exists, would probably avail her nothing so late in her life.
    Among the very young, some can be helped, though even that is becoming difficult. Our country’s universities, public schools, mainstream media establishment, and even many churches, have become incubators for this moral disease.
    In short, to deal with the “left” one must not talk to the head, but to the heart. Prey upon their under-developed, child-like emotions, their fragile egos, and their insecurities- all of which begin in the heart. Never talk to them as adults capable of reason. In my experience pointing out facts-such as the consequences of their actions-accomplishes nothing.

    • Agree: Intensifier
  5. Realist says:

    Clown Congress. Clown country.


    Waters shows the intellectual and moral attributes that are indicative of her race.

  6. Favorite Maxine Waters’ quote: “In-peach for-dee-fibe! In-peach for-dee-fibe!”

    (Off topic sidenote: Waters should try Gorilla Glue on her wig. It certainly couldn’t hurt.)

    • Replies: @Swamp Fox
  7. Hans says:

    Great stuff, Michelle! Thank you. I guess I should have paid more attention to Ice Dirtbag. LOL.

  8. Truth says:

    Are we really still doing the “Trump” thing? Is he still going to somehow kick a 90-yard field goal to win the game?

    He’s an bought-and-paid-for actor, he did his job and you’re an all-day sucker for falling for it.

    OK, next topic.

    • Replies: @Cauchemar du Singe
  9. Moemoe says:

    She is a racial insurrectionist. I did not know to boot she wrote a letter to the Castro regime to keep Joanne Chessamard and not let her come back to the racist US. Please! Let everyone who thinks this country is racist go to where they want. Just don’t come to the US.

  10. Wyatt says:

    I would venture a guess that if the legislature of the 1860s saw the coonery and buffoonery of modern American negros, not only would they not have passed the 13th through 15th Amendments, they would have sent every dark fella back to Africa the moment they got a hold of them.

  11. Waters should receive more exposure. The more people hear of her the more anything she stands for is discredited. Pictures too. She looks like something that would make you vomit if you saw it over the breakfast table.

  12. Dracaveli says:

    Anyone who voices their race above others has the spirit of Hitler, they’ll never agree on words such as all lives matter.. it all leads to violence.

    Everyday is anew, Mrs. Waters and the rest are old enough to know (Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry) James 1:19

    If anyone doesn’t bridle their tongue then their religious beliefs are worthless.

    We’ll all see it manifested daily as many will be quick to talk, day in day out, network after network, tweet after tweet. Only to deny their own words when played back.

    • Replies: @Hans
    , @Cauchemar du Singe
  13. gonitro says:

    Michelle… Keep it going kid, great stuff !

  14. @Baxter

    This is a mistake. “Leftism” is a moral disease and to treat it otherwise will rarely be of benefit to the sufferer.”
    You are thinking of the pseudo-left. The “woke”, the “PC” etc.
    The real Left believes in a transfer of power from the 1% to the 99%. Socialism. It’s doesn’t reject private property, merely it’s monopolisation to gain outsize political power by a tiny fractional minority (ie Oligarchy, that which we “call” democracy)
    If you think real improvements can be made under the existing system i’d be interested to hear your views.

  15. Hans says:

    “Anyone who voices their race above others has the spirit of Hitler.” That’s the Hollywood-College-TV narrative. Certainly false.

    Then there’s these guys:

    “Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel…This is his servant… That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew…Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat… That is why gentiles were created.” — Rabbi Ovadiah Yoseft, Weekly Saturday night sermon in October 2010 –

    And a few of the gems from Israel Shahak’s Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel. NB that Schneerson is honored by Congress with “Education and Sharing Day.” LOL

    “If every simple cell in a Jewish body entails divinity, is a part of God, then every strand of DNA is part of God. Therefore, something is special about Jewish DNA…If a Jew needs a liver, can you take the liver of an innocent non-Jew passing by to save him? The Torah would probably permit that. Jewish life has an infinite value.” – Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburgh

    “An even greater difference exists in regard to the soul. Two contrary types of soul exist, a non-Jewish soul comes from three satanic spheres” – Rabbi Scheerson

  16. Another HIT THE NAIL RIGHT ON THE HEAD, article by Mrs. Malkin. Her job for the last twenty years or so, is apparently to fill in for the “frozen with fear of the left” conservative politicians and cowards in the media, who just can’t get the truth out of their mouths, on so many important issues that need to be talked about and faced squarely, regardless of the consequences. She could have made more money had she started her career as a shill leftist writer for the elite .

  17. Watch out, ‘cos Auntie Max has the gavel ….

  18. Swamp Fox says:
    @Kolya Krassotkin

    Answer: Gorilla Glue
    Question: What should you use to close Maxine Waters’ mouth?

    • Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter
  19. @Truth

    Why are Negros so mistakenly considered H. Sapiens sapiens; you know, Human ?

    • Replies: @Truth
  20. @Dracaveli

    “Hitler Hitler Knot-zee NAZI Hitler Fascist NAZI Hitler Fascist”…spews out dumbass after dumbass that drools ignorantly and dumbly as they spew their ignorant dumb spew.
    The drooling spewers don’t know a National Socialist from a Bolshevik Marxist Soicialist Proto-Communist, and don’t care that they so dumbly don’t know…
    the drooling assmonkies.

  21. Truth says:
    @Cauchemar du Singe

    That’s a good question, Old Sport, and one for which I have sought the answer myself:

    While I certainly don’t consider us Ubermenschen, there are many “Negros”, and quite a few Caucasians, who would debate me for hours on this.

  22. @Baxter

    “In short, to deal with the “left” one must not talk to the head, but to the heart. Prey upon their under-developed, child-like emotions, their fragile egos, and their insecurities- all of which begin in the heart. Never talk to them as adults capable of reason. In my experience pointing out facts-such as the consequences of their actions-accomplishes nothing.”

    Could you give us a hypothetical example of how one such dialogue might go?

  23. The Democrats are the worst offenders of all. The only thing they “proved” with this 2nd fake Impeachment theater was that THEY themselves were the MOST guilty of all things aimed at Trump.
    Regarding the Thug$, their violence and democrats supporting it all … I SAW the other day that Asian Rooftop Shooters are back on top their roofs in Oakland CA after a rash of black on Asian hate crimes *ignored by democrat “leaders” of course* THIS seems to be the only way to make certain that the REAL racists and crazy commies don’t burn and loot your hard earned life. Take up arms, defend the homestead of store in the FACE of the left.

  24. darold says:

    Absolutely Dude. That’s exactly what I say to everyone. They’ve dumbed down America to the point the people vote in and reelect Duds like AOC and her crew. That’s why we have lost the war. Gas just jumped another .15 cents today. Up over .75cents since The Harris administration took over. Not one bitch from the democrats around here is complaining. Soon we’ll be paying $4.00 a gal and I don’t live in Ca

    • Replies: @Voice of reason
  25. @darold

    Correct, you are-as I’ve told the few with whom I still communicate, the REAL pandemic is the ignorance of the American people. They are more concerned with someone being offended by what Donald tweeted about LeBron than actually educating themselves on the REAL issues…Waters is among many exhibits as to why we need term limits on these clowns. And yep, those same fools will be the first to b**** about the gas prices-“how’s that ‘green energy’ b.s. looking now, morons?” would be my only reply.

  26. Aijahlon says:

    The thing that shocks me the most is the phrase “sixteen-term” Democrat! I mean, the only thing more stupid and disgusting than Maxine Waters are all the people that continually vote for her over and over again.

  27. That is what is great about being a liberal, you can say anything you want and not be held responsible

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