WATCH: Maxine Waters Is Back With NEW 'Utterings Of Hysteria,'Just In Time...

By Jennifer Wentworth | Monday, 24 June 2024 09:20 PM
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In a recent interview, California's far-left Representative, Maxine Waters, expressed her fears for personal safety and the safety of others, particularly people of color, should Donald Trump secure a victory in the upcoming presidential election.

This revelation was made during her appearance on MSNBC's 'The Saturday Show,' where she suggested that a Trump re-election could potentially lead to targeted attacks on her and other minority groups.

According to Gateway Pundit, when asked by host Jonathan Capehart about her safety concerns in the event of Trump's re-election, Waters responded, "I’m very concerned, not only about my safety and not only about the safety of members of Congress. I’m concerned about the safety of so many people in this country, particularly people of color." She further elaborated on her fears, citing Trump's claims of election fraud and threats of civil unrest.

Waters quoted Trump's ominous words, "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." She expressed her belief that such rhetoric could incite violence among Trump's supporters, particularly those with racist tendencies.

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She continued, "I would say all of this talk is motivational with many of those who are racist, who are sitting at home listening to him, and they are taking him up on his threats even before the elections take place." Waters warned of the potential for widespread danger, stating, "It is about thousands, maybe millions of people being threatened and being at risk because of Donald Trump and his desire to seek revenge on anything and everybody."

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Waters also referenced the attack on the Capitol, attributing responsibility to Trump for his inflammatory comments. "I do believe having listened to Donald Trump so many times and having the attack, the insurrection that took place on the House of Representatives in Congress, on the Capitol, the Capitol grounds, we could be in for more killings like that," she said.

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Interestingly, Waters herself has previously been accused of inciting harassment against Trump's cabinet members. In 2018, she reportedly stirred a crowd of supporters, instructing them to confront Trump's cabinet members in public places. "If you see anybody from [Trump’s] Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere!" she declared at the time.

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This recent interview, however, underscores Waters' concerns about the potential for violence and unrest in the wake of the upcoming election, particularly if Trump emerges victorious. The implications of her comments are a stark reminder of the deep political divisions and heightened tensions that currently characterize the American political landscape.

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