Massive Protests Meet Leftist Maxine Waters in California

Liberal icon Maxine Waters (D-CA) has become the defacto figurehead leading the #resistance against President Trump. While Waters may often say ridiculous things and respond to situations in illogical ways, she has been a consistent voice against the President so the Trump-hating left has latched on to her.

Waters recently held a town hall where she attempted to deny entry to any of her constituents who supported President Trump.

“A Message from Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43),” it reads. “Thank you for your interest in our upcoming Town Hall meeting in Gardena, this Saturday, June 24th. Unfortunately, due to the high interest in the town hall and the large number of RSVPs we have received, far surpassing the facility’s capacity, priority seating within the venue will be given to resident of the 43rd Congressional District.”

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“We have reserved an overflow space for those who do not live in the 43rd District but who are interested in attending nonetheless,” it continued. “Based on the address you provided on EventBrite, your residence is not within the 43rd District. Accordingl y [sic] while you will not be admitted to the Nakaoka Community Center, you will have access to the overflow area outside of the building from where you will be able to hear the program.”

But Waters’ Trump supporting constituents were not going to be denied so easily, and they showed up en masse to protest the Congresswoman’s treatment of the President and of them.

Inside, Waters and her mostly anti-Trump crowd cloistered themselves in their closed-minded bubble and riled themselves up by chanting against the President.

The folks inside might not be fans of the President, but outside the folks were not fans of Waters and they were going to let everyone know.

A black Trump supporter loudly led the anti-Waters protesters:

“Unemployment is 60% for blacks in sanctuary cities.

Maxine Waters destroyed the black community! She has to go! She’s paid taxpayer money to discriminate against American citizens. And we’re not going to have it! She’s been in office too long doing nothing!

She lied to the black community, saying she was going to bring us jobs. She gave those jobs to illegal criminals! We want her out! She’s been in office for too long! She’s already showing signs of dementia! She’s a hater!

People are tired with your hate and your racism! All the jobs went to illegals! You have destroyed the black community!

You are a black racist! You hate blacks! All the jobs went to illegals! You gave our jobs to illegals! We want you out!”

Another video catches Waters fleeing the scene and a chorus of BOOS following closely behind her.

https://twitter.com/ZeroPointNow/status/879126588742180865

Maxine Waters may be the worst person to lead any movement ever. She’s corrupt (seriously, very corrupt). She’s probably senile or insane. And she’s full of hate and anger.

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