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Powder Keg - Does Kamala Harris agree with Maxine Waters?


Maxine Waters showed up in Minneapolis to celebrate the one week anniversary of the 'intelligent conversation about race' that began when a black guy called Daunte Wright didn't do what police told him to do. Waters, a hair hat hood rat, called Republicans racist and added the following:


"I know this, we've got to stay in the streets," Waters said to a group of black supremacist militia members who have received support from vice president Kamala Harris. "We are looking for a guilty verdict."


"If nothing does not happen (double negative) then we have to not only stay in the streets but we have to fight for justice," she continued. "I am very hopeful and I hope that we are going to get a verdict that is guilty, guilty, guilty and if we don't, we cannot go away."


Waters, like other black lawmakers in Congress, apparently does not know how the law works. She seems to think her role in planning, organizing and executing a violent insurrection causing further damage to the law abiding citizens in her target area will influence a court proceeding. Jury intimidation? Threatening a judge? Justifying property damage and attacks on innocent civilians to intimidate whom into producing a desired outcome during a legal proceeding? Classy Maxine recently told Jim Jordan to "shut his mouth" when Jordan asked the fraud called Dr. Faucci to explain himself.


Maxine Waters: Jim Jordan is a bully and I shut him down


“'We gotta stay on the street,' Waters was recorded saying, adding that protesters needed 'to get more confrontational' and they should ignore the curfew in place.” Encouraging members to break the law to what affect?


It will be a quite a treat to watch circle-back-Psaki try to spin this one - a white woman tasked with cleaning up the messes that black women make. Must be more equitable. Must be reparations for all of the black housekeepers like the ancestors of Maxine Waters.


This is what happens when there are more than two genders.


I think it is time that we 'peacefully protest' outside the home of Maxine Waters. This is yet another example of lawmakers putting everyone but themselves in harm's way to advance a racial agenda wrapped inside a political agenda.


I am serious though that the press needs to demand an answer from Kamala Harris as to whether or not she agrees with Maxine. The political theater of 'black antics' cannot continue in any serious government administration.



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