As you may know, Democrat Congresswoman Maxine “Bully” Waters has called for violent harassment of anyone not on her side of politics. Hers is the kind of statement that brings the crazies out of the woodwork. This is the kind of encouragement a would be assassin took to heart as he pulled the trigger on Republican House Majority Whip Steve Scalise. Blood everywhere. This is how it works. Inhibitions removed. Violence follows.
In context, Maxine Waters actually called for physical violence:
“If you see anybody from that 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,” Waters said.
I’m sure everyone will think of Sarah Sanders or our DHS secretary getting harassed and say that this is a “nothing burger.” But let’s investigate the other example Maxine used. An uncontrollable mob doing “push back” at gas pumps… That’s really, really, really dangerous. Did I emphasize dangerous?
I immediately recall the would-be shake-down of yours truly not long ago at the gas pump I use just down the street from the rectory. That was one person – maybe the most dangerous in WNC – but just one person. I can’t imagine a violent, shouting, pushing crowd pushing you as the gas pump is running. Crazy dangerous, that. I mean, half that crowd would be smoking joints, which would catch the gasoline pump on fire, turning it into a flame-thrower controlled by the mob.
In the video above (language warning: the God-less tender snowflake bully uses God’s name in vain), it is good ol’ Jason “Phil Broker”, former DEA agent, who wouldn’t have been allowed to just let the guy have the pump. No, no. That wasn’t the point. There was going to be violence. And with Maxine directing, I can only imagine the violence would be much worse.
Steve Scalise almost died.
I’m sorry, but I actually laughed out loud with the sweep of the feet thing in the video. I’ve never met a tender snowflake bully who knew how to fight.