Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), come on down! You’re the next contestant on, ‘How racist can the left get today?!’
On Sunday’s edition of “AM Joy” on MSNBC, race-baiting host Joy Reid asked Waters about those who criticize the “Marxist” Black Lives Matter organization, especially in the wake of President Donald Trump’s clemency for political strategist Roger Stone.
“This is the reason that the Black Lives Matter movement has taken hold, that there are two systems of justice for the rich, the poor, the white, the Black,” Reid said before asking Waters her questions. “What do you make of those who are still to this day criticizing Black Lives Matter, such as Senator Kelly Loeffler? What do you make of that, that they are still doing that?”
Waters didn’t let Reid down and swiftly proceeded to continue her push of racist propaganda against anything to do with Trump and his supporters.
“I think you said it earlier today when you talked about this need for Trump and those who support him to want to, you know, have absolute power and to believe that it is their right and their responsibility to ensure that blacks and people of color and others do not rise to any level of influence and power, significant that would cause them not to be in total charge of the country,” Waters somehow said in one sentence.
Huh? What the heck is she talking about? Did she forget her meds? So let me get this straight. Waters truly thinks that the Trump administration and its supporters have a sole mission of keeping everyone that isn’t white out of power? Is that it? That’s her big theory?
Usually, stuff like that is reserved for people who wear tin foil on their heads. But Waters wasn’t done positing her theories just yet.
“This justice system is broken,” Waters continued. “It has never really been in our favor, and it has basically been responsible for ensuring that we could never ever get beyond this suppression and this oppression that has been forced upon us for so many years.”
Yeah, says the woman has been an elected official for the past 44 years. So much oppression. Poor woman.
“So those who criticize Black Lives Matter, they can continue to do that,” Waters also said, “but I want to tell you the time has come now where we are joined by so many others who really were not there for us in the past.”
Sure. They’re called easily-led sheep.
For the full segment, watch below: