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Pots, Kettles, Maxine Waters, and a Reminder About Democrats Egging on Code Pink; Updated: "Riot Is the Voice of the Unheard"
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I heard one of the funniest April Fools’ jokes yesterday: It was career Democrat demagogue Maxine Waters moaning about the “loud” and “vulgar” voices of the Tea Party movement.

You can watch the video here. Haw, it’s a snort-inducer.

In case you need a reminder about Waters’ history as one of the loudest, most vulgar voices in the House, read my retrospective here.

Waters repeats the tale of Emanuel Cleaver’s spitting incident — which, um, Emanuel Cleaver refuses to tell himself.

As for the laughable claim that Democrats never encouraged the Code Pink mob, reality check:

2005 – Democrats gave disruptive Code Pinkos tickets to Bush inauguration

2006 – Shame on Lynn Woolsey

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Update: More on Waters’ demagoguery.

And Waters incites the anti-war mob, via NakedEmperorNews — “Riot is the voice of the unheard.”

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Code Pink, Democrats, Race Hustlers, Tea Party 
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