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WATCH: Maxine Waters Predicts Violence, Mass ‘Killings’ If Trump Wins In November


As extreme as the modern Democratic Party has become, few of its members are as open with their outrageous rhetoric as U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters of California.

Most recently, she sat down for an MSNBC interview and predicted widespread violence and death in the event that Donald Trump wins a second term in the White House.

According to the Daily Wire:

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) declared over the weekend that if former President Donald Trump wins re-election that “millions” of people will be threatened and “killings” will happen.

Waters made the remarks during a Sunday interview on MSNBC when asked about if she was concerned about her personal safety if Trump were to win.

“I’m very concerned, not only about my safety and not only about the safety of members of Congress,” she claimed. “I’m concerned about the safety of so many people in this country, particularly people of color. Donald Trump has said that if he does not win, it is going to be fraud, and because it is going to be fraud, there will be blood in the streets. He threatens about a civil war, and he threatens there’s going to be violence.”

Her remarks were roundly denounced on social media:

This wasn’t the first time Waters’ hatred for Trump has led her to seemingly stoke violence.

As Fox News reported in 2021:

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said Monday that when House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters, D-Calif., requested anti-police protesters get “more confrontational” if a jury chooses not to convict former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, then she “finds value in violence.”

McCarthy told host Ben Domenech on “Fox News Primetime” that this is not the first example of Waters, 82, urging unrest to reach political ends.

She previously told a crowd in California in 2018 to “get in the face” of Trump administration staffers if they recognize them in public. The Los Angeles lawmaker also spoke at an LGBT group gala in New York in 2017, where she made headlines for declaring that she was “inspired” by the event to “go and take Trump out.”

Here’s a clip of her most recent remarks:



 

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