All Posts by Empower Wisconsin

Tool of the Week: Violence preacher Maxine and friends

MADISON — We really do live in two Americas.

There’s the one where inciting violence is wrong no matter who you are, and the one where Maxine Waters is sane.

“Auntie Maxine,” the loose cannon California congresswoman, has a long history of reckless rhetoric, as Joseph Perkins notes in the Wall Street Journal. 

Waters was at it again the weekend before the Derek Chauvin trial verdict, telling a crowd of Minneapolis protesters that the jury’s pronouncement better be “guilty, guilty, guilty.”

“And if we don’t … we’ve got to stay on the street. We have to get more active, we’ve got to get more confrontational,” Waters roared, railing against what she insists is systemic racism in American law enforcement. (Of course, Waters the cop-hater didn’t have any trouble asking for a police escort on her way to the Twin Cities.)

This is the same congresswoman who in 2018 encouraged an unhinged left to harass members of the Trump administration.

“If you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gas station, you get out and create a crowd,” Waters urged. “And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore.”

It sounded like inciting violence then, as it did days before the Minneapolis jury returned a verdict of guilty in the Chauvin case. As Perkins notes in his op-ed, Alan Dershowitz suggested during an interview with Newsmax that Waters’ rant had more in common with the bile historically spewed by the KKK than the language for which the civil-rights movement is remembered. It was “an attempt to intimidate the jury.”

Time after time, Auntie Maxine, who Rush Limbaugh once called a full order of fries shy of a Happy Meal, has preached hatred, even cheered on rioting and violence. Time after time, cowards in the Democratic Party refuse to call her out. Generally, they justify their crazy aunt’s behavior.

Just as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did.

“Maxine talked about confrontation in the manner of the civil-rights movement,” said Pelosi, who possesses a sadist touch for twisting the truth until it screams in agony.

Waters’ rhetoric — again — was the marriage of match to dynamite fuse.

She is a tool of the real radical left, steeped in violence and disorder. Her defenders and placaters are the tools of a bigger, scarier force than they can possibly control.

They are all collectively Empower Wisconsin’s Tool of the Week.

Listen to more:

Explore More
Poll: COVID threat diminishing, liberty threat increasing

Poll: COVID threat diminishing, liberty threat increasing

By M.D. Kittle MADISON — A new poll finds a majority of Americans believe the pandemic threat is lessening while…

Read More »

October 20, 2021
Handrick: Evers’ Peoples Maps Commission strikes out

Handrick: Evers’ Peoples Maps Commission strikes out

By Joe Handrick Baseball season may be over for fans in Wisconsin, but when Gov. Tony Evers “non-partisan” Peoples Maps…

Read More »

October 20, 2021
Barnes’ fundraiser a who’s who of radicals

Barnes’ fundraiser a who’s who of radicals

By M.D. Kittle MADISON — Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, who seems to have disappeared from his “work” as Gov. Tony…

Read More »

October 20, 2021
Economic Plummet, Biden did that

Economic Plummet, Biden did that

By M.D. Kittle MADISON — Have you seen the Joe Biden stickers popping up on gas pumps? The adhesive cutouts…

Read More »

October 19, 2021
Evers choses social programming over public safety

Evers choses social programming over public safety

By M.D. Kittle MADISON — After villainizing law enforcement and placating the radical “defund the police” movement, Gov. Tony Evers…

Read More »

October 19, 2021
Spotlight: ‘Damning’ new emails on Zuckerbucks saga

Spotlight: ‘Damning’ new emails on Zuckerbucks saga

New emails show “damning” evidence of coordination to break Wisconsin election law by Mark Zuckerberg-funded liberal activist groups and the…

Read More »

October 19, 2021
Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *