After Encouraging Violence, Waters Accuses Trump of Encouraging Violence

How self-unaware is this broad?!  Rep Maxine Waters, who doesn't live in the district where she's a lawmaker, seems to think Trump is encouraging violence.  Let's talk about that, shall we?

Earlier  this year, in June 2018,  Rep Maxine Waters famously told her  supporters at a campaign rally to confront conservatives in public as  often as possible.

She specifically said, "And if you see  anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, at a department store, at a  gasoline station, you get out and create a crowd. You push back on  them.  You tell them that they're not welcome anymore anywhere and Mr  President we will see you every hour of the day everywhere that we are  to let you know that you can not get away with this."

The  crowd cheered!  Everyone loved it.  A short time later aggressive  progressives began to mob conservative lawmakers in droves in multiple  instances around the country.   Even Heidi Cruz was affected by this  rhetoric.

Well, now Maxine is telling her supporters that Trump is the problem.   Maxine is drawing a line between the multiple  pipe bomb sightings around the country and Trump's criticism of their  party.  Does she have any evidence to prove this?  Nope - zilch.  

Maxine Waters, who publicly called for violence in the streets, is now accusing Trump of calling for violence.

Irony level = peak.

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